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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 Donau, You’re In My Heart and One Last Ride. Hailing from the Mutants towers are now the Lunde Bros with another single rendering to be released 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. To be released on October 10th, the release of Saga also includes a makeover remix from Albin Myers and John Dahlback combined, making up the infamous MyBack outfit.

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

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As premiered live at Summerburst Festival in Sweden earlier this Summer and given an exclusive first play in Tiësto’s Club Life, One Last Ride is out and set to climb the global charts! From 2006’s throbbing Blink anthem to the his remix on Big, John Dahlback has most certainly worked his way into the self-evident headliner position he’s currently got. Although his reputation streches itself all across the globe and throughout electronic dance music, he’s still not getting the stupendous acclamation this brilliant Swede has proven himself worthy of by producing hit singles like Flirt and Overdose as well as remixes of Skylar Grey’s Invisible and Right There by Nicole Scherzinger. Having a ton of aces up his sleeve, Dahlback combines his skillful sound production with the unique voice of Erik Hassle for the sweet and sensitive One Last Ride that is now out on Mutants Records and Big Beat Records!

Also included in the package is a highly-supported remix from ascending electro-house icon Tommy Trash. Following his armada of released and highly-supported club smashes, the Australia-bred producer treats the original with a dash of his hardhitting sounds. esponsible for striking clubland with top of the line-releases like The End, Future Folk and remixes on Edge Of The Earth, Jona Vark and Carry Me Home, a take on One Last Ride is now in play with its astounding dynamics of cacophonous tones and killer beats.

John Dahlback feat. Erik Hassle – One Last Ride (Incl. Tommy Trash Remix) [Mutants Records / Big Beat Records] – Beatport Link

John Dahlback feat. Erik Hassle – One Last Ride

John Dahlback feat. Erik Hassle – One Last Ride (Tommy Trash Remix)

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Following his armada of released and highly-supported club smashes is another hardhitting electro offering from London-stationed Tommy Trash. The Australia-bred electro icon is now brought aboard the rising convoy of John Dahlback for a remix on his next release – One Last Ride. The single that features silky vocals from Swedish pop-singer Erik Hassle has already seen support from the likes of Tiësto among others and is now given a dope remix treatment from the electro producer of the moment – Mr. Trash. Responsible for striking clubland with top of the line-releases like The End, Future Folk and remixes on Edge Of The Earth, Jona Vark and Carry Me Home, a take on One Last Ride is now on the rise with its astounding dynamics of cacophonous tones and killer beats. It’s set for release on September 12th via Big Beat Records in conjunction with Dahlback’s very own Mutants Records.

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He’s branded himself as one of the most distinguished characters in the industry and rightly so. With the acclaimed Blink classic under his belt, John Dahlback has, at the age of 26, managed to successfully launch his very own record label, release countless hit singles and establish himself as a highly-respected icon among producers. New thinking knows no boundaries when it comes to the currently most underrated producer within House to date, which has been indicated in his state of the art collection of such forthcoming hits as One Last Ride, Overdose and the remix of Invisible. Also having a comprehensive shelf of top-class tracks released in 2011, including Violins Of Donau, Flirt and the remix of Right There, Dahlback continues to line up anthems and enactings of his twisted but ever so stirring signature sound as he’s finally firing away the long-awaited You’re In My Heart, featuring vocals from another underrated icon – Andy P. The package that represents one of the finest releases of Dahlback’s Mutants Records label in 2011 also comes along with a stunning remix from Promise Land – the Italian duo that since the release of their Amazing remix in early November of 2010 has literally exploded onto the scene as the two rising stars they are. Coming off graceful instalments on Dirty Dutch with Killer, Fedde Le Grand’s Flamingo imprint with the release of Endless and the recent You Found Me remix for Paradise, the Italians are delegated to give the John Dahlback anthem of 2011 a dash of their celebrated big room sound. Following on from the dainty breakdown with that extraordinary vocal is a Midas-like drum build-up that strongly approaches the slamming drop.

John Dahlback feat. Andy P – You’re In My Heart (Incl. Promise Land Remix) [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

John Dahlback feat Andy P – You’re In My Heart
John Dahlback feat Andy P – You’re In My Heart (Promise Land Remix)

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As premiered live at Summerburst Festival in Sweden earlier this Summer, One Last Ride has now been given an exclusive first play in Tiësto’s Club Life. From 2006’s throbbing Blink anthem to the forthcoming You’re In My Heart, John Dahlback has most certainly worked his way into the self-evident headliner position he’s currently got. Although his reputation streches itself all across the globe and throughout electronic dance music, he’s still not getting the stupendous acclamation this brilliant Swede has proven himself worthy of by producing hit singles like Flirt and Overdose as well as remixes of Skylar Grey’s Invisible and Right There by Nicole Scherzinger. Having a ton of aces up his sleeve, Dahlback combines his skillful sound production with the unique voice of Erik Hassle for the sweet and sensitive One Last Ride that is set for release September 12th on Mutants Records and Big Beat Records, have a listen!

RIP from Tiësto’s Club Life

John Dahlback playing the track live at Summerburst Festival with Erik Hassle on live vocals

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Thanks to releases like Are You Nervous, remixes of Nause’s Made Of and I Can’t Make You Love Me as well as his long awaited icebreaker of 2011, Flirt, John Dahlback has managed to establish himself as one of the higher league. The Swede is now kickstarting off the Summer with the release of another couple of sublime offerings that have been cooped up in his studio since early 2011. Headlined by the outstanding Violins of Donau, this new EP on his very own Mutants Records imprint is surely suited for the time being, also bringing along his drum-driven beach contender of the year – Pesca. As the You’re In My Heart single is still an anticipated piece of his, Dahlback unleashes a couple of enactings for his ever so distinguished signature sound.

John Dahlback – Violins of Donau / Pesca EP [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

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Having made name for themselves with remixes of Feel It In My Bones, Bullets and more recently, Lazee’s Tag, the hugely talented Swedish duo is now unleashing a massive instalment on the prestigious Mutants Records imprint called Made Of. Featuring remixes from no others than highly-regarded dirty Dutch representative Chuckie and the distinguished label owner John Dahlback himself, this is barely the beginning of the destined path Nause has got ahead of them.

Nause – Made Of (Incl. Chuckie & John Dahlback Remixes) [Mutants Records] – Beatport link

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Having made name for themselves with remixes of Feel It In My Bones, Bullets and more recently, Lazee’s Tag, the hugely talented Swedish duo is now preparing for firing away a massive instalment on the prestigious Mutants Records imprint called Made Of. Featuring remixes from no others than highly-regarded dirty Dutch representative Chuckie and the distinguished label owner John Dahlback himself, this is barely the beginning of the path Nause has got in front of them. It’s due out on May 4th, have a listen!

0:00 – Original Mix
1:15 – John Dahlback Remix
2:05 – Chuckie Remix

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Representing Dahlback’s highly-respected Mutants Records, Albin Myers and John Dahlback come together yet again to make a fourth appearance as the collaboration project, MyBack. Going on the heels of the recent EP on Asterix Music, the long-awaited compilation has finally been set on the horizon. These two have branded themselves as two of the most distinguished artists in the industry and are hereby presenting a brand new package, consisting of a total of 20 favourited tracks of theirs, whereof four are getting their very first shed of light – the new singles called Clap Yo Handz, They Shootin, the absolute brilliant Was I A Fool and last but not least Myers’ smashing remix of Thomas Gold’s AGORa. It’s available now along with a mixtape, mixed by themselves as well!

Albin Myers & John Dahlback pres. MyBack Compilation [Mutants Records] – Beatport Link

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Representing Dahlback’s highly-respected Mutants Records, Albin Myers and John Dahlback come together yet again to make a fourth appearance as the collaboration project, MyBack. Going on the heels of the recent EP on Asterix Music, the long-awaited compilation has finally been set on the horizon. These two have branded themselves as two of the most distinguished artists in the industry and are hereby presenting a brand new package, consisting of a total of 20 favourited tracks of theirs, whereof four are getting their very first shed of light – the new singles called Clap Yo Handz, They Shootin, the absolute brilliant Was I A Fool and last but not least Myers’ smashing remix of AGORa. It’s due to be released on April 4th along with a mixtape, mixed by MyBack as well, have a listen to the minimix here below. Tracklist and time marks can be found below as well and for your information, the first part in the mix is just a intro and will not be included in the release.

Tracklist:

00:00 – Intro
00:19 – John Dahlback – Kairo
00:41 – Shinichi Osawa feat. Paul Chambers – Singapore Swing
01:11 – Tony Gomez – Tell Me (John Dahlback Quiet Remix)
01:27 – In Flagranti feat. Natalie Smash – Ex Ex Ex (Riton Mix)
01:57 – MyBack – Clap Yo Handz
02:41 – Sammy Peralta – Shake It (2010 Hatiras Remix)
03:19 – Albin Myers – Wobble
03:56 – Demon – I Think (D.I.M. Remix)
04:45 – Quintino – I Feel (Bassjackers Remix)
05:12 – MyBack – They Shootin’
05:42 – Zombie Nation – Seas Of Grease (Harvard Bass Remix)
06:08 – SonicC & Autoerotique – K*M*A*
06:27 – Funkin Matt – Jim Dandy
06:49 – Si Biddle – What The Time (Will Bailey Remix)
07:11 – Swanky Tunes – Oh Yeah
07:27 – Danger – 11h30
07:57 – Massimo Massivi – Hands Up
08:11 – Together feat. Sushy & Trigga Lee – Hardcore Uproar (Take Me Back) (Lee Mortimer 2011 Vocal Remix)
08:42 – MyBack – Was I A Fool
09:28 – Thomas Gold – AGORa (Albin Myers ‘Muffin’ Remix)

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