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Having hammered the digital market with his eclectic studio spoils throughout the past few years, longserving Swedish producer John Dahlback drops yet another resilient original release in the form of ‘Don’t Stop’ for his own Mutants Records. From a rising array of melodic play to gritty leads and rasping low-end bass surges without the addition of overused Electro hallmarks, the two-sided release of ‘Don’t Stop’ furthers the widespread belief that Dahlback is an eclectic and consistent force amid European dance music with an ante-upping release for 2013.

Out today on Beatport.

Already ornamented as two of Sweden’s hotter club contenders, Lunde Bros fulfill their trilogy for John Dahlback’s Mutants imprint with the ‘Put Em Up’ EP.

‘Put Em Up’ provides a scattered ascent of vicious leads and assorted rhythmic progressions that climaxes in the duo’s signature blend of pitch pervading Electro. Despite lacking the immediate instability of the EP’s A-side, ‘Get Down’ is yet further evidence of the floor-filling progress the brotherly outfit has made. Opting for mechanical turbulence over euphoric bliss, Lunde Bros’ third installment for Mutants utilizes the disjointed take on Electro House that the duo has come to master over the past couple of years.

Out now on Beatport.

00:00 – Put Em Up
00:45 – Get Down

Words by Dan Carter

Given the time and progress that has ensued since John Dahlback dropped his ‘Pyramid’ single, a 2012 remix was always going to muster some considerable attention. But in a long overdue return to the forefront, the Dahlback classic receives a sturdy remix treatment courtesy of elusive wobble master Albin Myers.

In a similar vein as that of his Musical Freedom debut, ‘The Beast‘, Myers takes the timeless melodic riff of ‘Pyramid’ through the motions of fast-laced wobbles for something of a signature addition to his belt.

Out soon on Mutants Records.

Leaping from strength-to-strength with tactically tuned studio cuts with a wobble, promising Swedish contenderAlbin Myers returns with his second release for 2012, Bumbaclot. Soaring on from the affirmative noise of Tiësto and Avicii-supported ‘Hells Bells’ , the second quarter of the year sees Myers embrace the grittier realms of Electro House. Where his usual melodic refinement is complimented by an array of dexterous low-end leads, there is a raw energy to ‘Bumbaclot’ that reigns inherently positive from the outset. Premiered by Hardwell amid his latest radio show, Myers’ injection of sharp leads and his familiar wobbling drops make for a strong return from one of Sweden’s heavier-set House assets.

Albin Myers – Bumbaclot [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

Albin Myers – Bumbaclot

Words by Dan Carter

Leaping from strength-to-strength with tactically tuned studio cuts with a wobble, promising Swedish contender Albin Myers returns with his second release for 2012, Bumbaclot. Soaring on from the affirmative noise of Tiësto and Avicii-supported ‘Hells Bells’ , the second quarter of the year sees Myers embrace the grittier realms of Electro House. Where his usual melodic refinement is complimented by an array of dexterous low-end leads, there is a raw energy to ‘Bumbaclot’ that reigns inherently positive from the outset. Premiered by Hardwell amid his latest radio show, Myers’ injection of sharp leads and his familiar wobbling drops make for a strong return from one of Sweden’s heavier-set House assets.

‘Bumbaclot’ will be released on April 10th via John Dahlback’s Mutants Records.

Words by Dan Carter

Besides hosting a somewhat successful podcast on a weekly basis, Sweden’s Christopher and Niklas Lunde, better known as Lunde Bros, have shown signs of holding a great deal of talent in the production department as well as an awareness as to how one should distinguish oneself as a unique contributor on the electronic dance music circuit. That being said, the Stockholm duo ante up to slate another uniquely knitted single for their second appearance on Mutants Records label. Epitomising a slightly distorted, piano-filled lead, intermittent vocal chants, rhythmic claps and squeaky upper layers, the David Guetta-supported ‘Knifeproblems’ see’s itself becoming not only the headliner of this odd yet cool EP but the inaugural release for both Lunde Bros and the record label of John Dahlback.

Lunde Bros – Knifeproblems [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

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Besides hosting a somewhat successful podcast on a weekly basis, Sweden’s Christopher and Niklas Lunde, better known as Lunde Bros, have shown signs of holding a great deal of talent in the production department as well as an awareness as to how one should distinguish oneself as a unique contributor on the electronic dance music circuit. That being said, the Stockholm duo ante up to slate another uniquely knitted single for their second appearance on Mutants Records label. Epitomising a slightly distorted, piano-filled lead, intermittent vocal chants, rhythmic claps and squeaky upper layers, ‘Knifeproblems’ see’s itself becoming not only the headliner of this odd yet cool EP but the inaugural release for both Lunde Bros and the record label of John Dahlback.

‘Knifeproblems’ is released January 25th.

/Anton

Although his year so far has been utmostly fruitful, the dexterous John Dahlback seems to have his aim set for complete domination as he comes out a new single release through Mutants Records. Guilty of years of superiority, initiated with the plant of his 2007 break-through along with the release of Blink, the Swede returns to the roots to produce a tune somewhat similar to his earlier stuff. Tipped with a strident sound and mincing baselines, Grunge is highly disparate from his widespread string of hit productions offered throughout 2011; One Last Ride, Are You Nervous, Overdose, You’re In My Heart and remixes on Big and Invisible to only name a few. Out now, the crusade of the man whom made his debut as a 17 year old proceeds along with his comprehensive and well-reputed knowledge on everything producing.

John Dahlback – Grunge [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

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Although his year so far has been utmostly fruitful, the dexterous John Dahlback seem to have his aim set for complete domination as he comes out with a teaser for his next single release on Mutants Records. Guilty of years of superiority, initiated with the plant of his 2007 break-through along with the release of Blink, the Swede returns to the roots to produce a somewhat similar tune to his earlier stuff. Tipped with a strident sound and mincing baselines, The Grunge is highly disparate from his widespread string of hit productions offered throughout 2011; One Last Ride, Are You Nervous, Overdose, You’re In My Heart and remixes on Big and Invisible to only name a few. To be released in mid November, the crusade of the man whom made his debut as a 17 year old proceeds along with his comprehensive and well-reputed knowledge on everything producing. It due to be released on November 15th!

/Anton

Led by the established John Dahlback and with a quality level that have no equals, Mutants Records might just be one of 2011’s most underestimated record labels. Opening up the year with Albin Myers’ stodgy Wobble, Mutants have pulled out a string of heavyweights this year – a string that includes Nause’s Made Of, which recently sold gold, Violins Of DonauYou’re In My Heart and One Last Ride. Hailing from the Mutants towers are now the Lunde Bros with a single rendering through Dahlback’s prestigious record imprint, coming off their remix on Loud Noises. Entitled Saga, the pair enacts its title slickly as it constitutes fairytale-like sounds to mysteriously prepare for a drop that is made up by the lurching beats the aforementioned label are responsible for bringing forth. The release of Saga also includes a makeover remix from Albin Myers and John Dahlback combined, making up the infamous MyBack outfit.

Lunde Bros. – Saga (Incl. Myback Makeover) [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

0:00 – Original Mix
01:35 – MyBack Makeover Remix

/Anton

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