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Off the back of the official video of ‘Superlove‘, the long overdue official release of ‘Last Dance’ on One More Tune Records sees Sweden’s hotly tipped melodic maestro take one last dance with the iconic whistle sound we have come to associate with Avicii’s earlier studio output. Not quite hitting in on the epic properties now synonymous with this Swedish superstar, ‘Last Dance’ is as solid of a follow-up to ‘Street Dancer’ as the world could have hoped for.

Leading with a whistle-based top line through an affirmative dose of upfront keys and solid drums, Bergling remains as tied to his melodic stylings as ever. While his previous exploits were always going to be a tough act to follow, ‘Last Dance’ is a promising indicator that the new material has finally started flowing for the stadium-filling Swede.

Beatport Link

P.S. The vocal mix was not approved by At Night/Avicii and will therefor not be released.

As the long-anticipated Kalifornia, previously known as Home, was quite recently released, Norman Doray is setting another incredible single of his in play. Premiered in Tiësto’s Club Life show, the France-bred DJ and producer screens a take on the up-and-coming soul singer from London, Tawiah. The downtempo instrumentals of the original is replaced with the club rhythms of the Doray revision, gracefully complemented onto the silky vocals of Tawiah. Coming off a remix on David Guetta’s Little Bad Girl and the highly underrated remix of One Look, the Frenchman is commended to shed light on Tawiah’s spiritual voice with his stupendous ability of producing crowd-pleasers and catching the attention from some of the industry’s grandest icons. Alike the original, the club cut by the A-listed Frenchman is founded upon a setting of soulful vibes to flip into crisp and heavenly chords that have been proven capable of scooping support from the likes of everything from the doubtfullest of House fans to the utter top-tier. It’s out now via One More Tune Records!

Norman Doray vs. Tawiah – Breakaway [One More Tune Records] – Beatport Link

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As premiered by Axwell at the grand finale of this year’s Where’s The Party? by Carlsberg tour, Hard Rock Sofa and Swanky Tunes come together yet again to release a new single collaboration in between’s Russia’s well-reputed trio’s. Releasing their first jointed single making in mid 2008, it was not until late 2010 the two DJ and production outfit’s combined made their essential break with the launch of Select Start on Nervous. Following up with the unblemished release of Rhea via Mutants, the Russian’s entered 2011 with a quest to excel most producers this year, both as the two groups jointed but also as the acclaimed trio’s seperated – a task which has come to gracefully turn into a fact for the ever rising Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa. Coming back to unleash Feedback and Steam Gun, it was with great anticipation and a widespread buzz they later installed the Smolengrad and United EP on the celebrated label of Steve Angello and the innovative I Wanna Be Your Dog on Spinnin.

Enacting their pretentious signature sounds, Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa head towards the London-based dance division of Warner Music, One More Tune Records, with a new record, entitled Phantom, along with them. Having seen early support from Axwell, mashing it up with the classic tones of Café del Mar, Phantom is grounded upon the mighty drum progression, that have made the two groups identifiable to the growing fan base of electronic dance music, and evokes a feeling of big room that is certain to fuel this floor filler right up the global charts.

Swanky Tunes & Hard Rock Sofa – Phantom [One More Tune Records] – Beatport Link

Official video

Axwell playing the single with ‘Energy 52 – Café del Mar’ at Frihamnshallen in Stockholm, Sweden for Where’s The Party? By Carlsberg

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As the long-anticipated Kalifornia, previously known as Home, was literally just released, Norman Doray is setting another incredible of his in play. Premiered in Tiësto’s Club Life show, the France-bred DJ and producer screens a take on the up-and-coming soul singer from London, Tawiah. The downtempo instrumentals of the original is replaced with the club rhythms of the Doray revision, gracefully added onto the silky vocals of Tawiah. Coming off a remix on David Guetta’s Little Bad Girl and the highly underrated remix of One Look, the Frenchman is commended to shed light on Tawiah’s spiritual voice with his stupendous ability of producing crowd-pleasers and catching the attention from some of the industry’s grandest icons. Like the original, the club cut by the A-listed Frenchman is founded upon a setting of soulful vibes to flip into crisp and heavenly chords that have been proven capable of scooping support from the likes of everything from the doubtfullest of House fans to the utter top-tier. It’s due out November 16th on One More Tune Records, have a listen!

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As recently premiered by Axwell at the grand finale of this year’s Where’s The Party? by Carlsberg tour, Hard Rock Sofa and Swanky Tunes come together yet again to unveil a new single collaboration in between’s Russia’s well-reputed trio’s. Releasing their first jointed single making in mid 2008, it was not until late 2010 the two DJ and production outfit’s combined made their essential break with the launch of Select Start on Nervous. Following up with the unblemished release of Rhea via Mutants, the Russian’s entered 2011 with a quest to excel most producers this year, both as the two groups jointed but also as the acclaimed trio’s seperated – a task which has come to gracefully turn into a fact for the ever rising Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa. Coming back to unleash Feedback and Steam Gun, it was with great anticipation and a widespread buzz they later installed the Smolengrad and United EP on the celebrated label of Steve Angello and the innovative I Wanna Be Your Dog on Spinnin.

Enacting their pretentious signature sounds, Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa head towards the London-based dance division of Warner Music, One More Tune Records, with a new record, entitled Phantom, along with them. Having seen early support from Axwell, mashing it up with the classic tones of Café del Mar, Phantom is grounded upon the mighty drum progression, that have made the two groups identifiable to the growing fan base of electronic dance music, and evokes a feeling of big room that is certain to fuel this floor filler right up the global charts. It’s due out October 12th, have a listen!

Official preview

Axwell playing the single with ‘Energy 52 – Café del Mar’ at Frihamnshallen in Stockholm, Sweden for Where’s The Party? By Carlsberg

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As recently premiered by Axwell at the grand finale of this year’s Where’s The Party? by Carlsberg tour, Hard Rock Sofa and Swanky Tunes come together yet again to unveil a new single collaboration in between’s Russia’s well-reputed trio’s. Releasing their first jointed single making in mid 2008, it was not until late 2010 the two DJ and production outfit’s combined made their essential break with the launch of Select Start on Nervous. Following up with the unblemished release of Rhea via Mutants, the Russian’s entered 2011 with a quest to excel most producers this year, both as the two groups jointed but also as the acclaimed trio’s seperated – a task which has come to gracefully turn into a fact for the ever rising Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa. Coming back to unleash Feedback and Steam Gun, it was with great anticipation and a widespread buzz they later installed the Smolengrad and United EP on the celebrated label of Steve Angello and the innovative I Wanna Be Your Dog on Spinnin.

Enacting their pretentious signature sounds, Swanky Tunes and Hard Rock Sofa head towards the London-based dance division of Warner Music, One More Tune Records, with a new record, entitled Phantom, along with them. Having seen early support from Axwell, mashing it up with the classic tones of Café del Mar, Phantom is grounded upon the mighty drum progression, that have made the two groups identifiable to the growing fan base of electronic dance music, and evokes a feeling of big room that is certain to fuel this floor filler right up the global charts. It’s due out October 12th, have a listen!

Axwell playing the single with ‘Energy 52 – Café del Mar’ at Frihamnshallen in Stockholm, Sweden for Where’s The Party? By Carlsberg

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He is the pronounced prodigy from Sweden and is the one producer responsible for the most outstanding records out with a distinct production style despite only entering the House scene as late as three years ago. To follow up the vigorous Dynamite and Nillionaire EP on Refune in March may to some producers stand out as near to impossible, but after releasing vigorous remixes of Party Rock AnthemPressure and Save The World as well as being officially picked up as a significant acquisition to camp Swedish House Mafia, Alesso continues to promptly march the scene as unconquered. The hugely talented Swede has managed to accomplish things some may not come even close to accomplishing during a complete longevity, fuelled by his sharp-edged offerings. Currently teaming up with hotly tipped DJ Sebastian Ingrosso for Refune’s 2011 hit single named Calling, Alesso is facing a future of hectic touring and prosperity as a new making is surfacing the scene ever since being premiered at LG Festival in The Czech Republic a few weeks back. The Swede has now taken on DEVolution’s Good Love, starring a bodacious vocal from Birmingham singer / songwriter Amy Pearson, to render another representative of his consistently eminent outlet. It’s out now via One More Tune Records!

DEVolution feat. Amy Pearson – Good Love (Alesso Remix) [One More Tune Records] – iTunes Link
Beatport Link (Worldwide purchase)

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Originally released as part of the ‘Californication’ album in 1999, Red Hot Chili PeppersOtherside single gets the remix treatment from Steve Angello protégés Third Party. In addition to the previously unveiled Tim Mason remix, an interpretation from the Size Records duo is now on the rise after being tracklisted by the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Steve Angello, AN21 and Max Vangeli over the past couple of months. Hitting the radar in late 2010 with what many assumed to be a one hit wonder – ‘Release’ – 2011 has seen them proven themselves worthy of belonging at the top, to where they’re so steadily headed. Not only are the London producers behind the Duel banger but a string of hit remixes on I Believe In, Save The World, Carry Me Home and Militia have fueled the march forward for Third Party as they’re preparing to fire away the long-anticipated third single on Size Records – Feel.

Their absolute brilliant take on the funk rock foursome has now surfaced as a result of AN21 and Max Vangeli’s recent tracklisting of the remix at Electric Zoo Festival. The classic is about to be taken to the dancefloors as an official remix package is on the rise, led by this crowd pleasing version. The unremitting vocals of ‘Otherside’ is yet again emerging the global charts, expounded into modern club music’s dance-friendly chords from one of House music’s probably most talented production outfit to date. It’s set for release late 2011 via One More Tune Records, have a listen!

It was first rumoured to be a remix from Alesso, but has now been confirmed to be one from Third Party.

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As it just has been unveiled the long-anticipated Kalifornia, previously known as Home, is finally getting released, Norman Doray is putting a brand-new remix of his in play as well. Premiered in Tiësto’s Club Life show, the France-bred DJ and producer screens a take on up-and-coming soul singer from London, Tawiah. The downtempo instrumentals of the original is replaced with the club rhythms of the Doray remix, gracefully added onto the silky vocals of Tawiah. Coming off a remix on David Guetta’s Little Bad Girl and the highly underrated remix of One Look, the Frenchman is commended to shed light on Tawiah’s spiritual voice with his stupendous ability of producing crowd-pleasers and catching the attention from some of the industry’s grandest icons. It’s due out soon on One More Tune Records, have a listen!

RIP from Tiësto’s Club Life

Norman Doray playing the remix live at Papaya in Croatia

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Barely 24 years old, Nick van de Wall, mostly known for his artist alias Afrojack, has managed to become a top-tier headliner for Dutch house across the globe, launch his own record label as well as collaborating alongside such established producers as David Guetta, Tocadisco and Steve Aoki among others. Kickstarted the year off with the brilliant Bridge together with Bobby Burns, his year so far has been absolute stunning as his imprint has scampered into the sky among world renowned label’s thanks to numerous hit singles from label owner Afrojack himself, including Doing It Right and Selecta. The Dutch star is hereby unleashing a brand new, top-class production – a remix of The Wombats‘ tremendous Techno Fan single, representing the Warner department, One More Tune Records.

The Wombats – Techno Fan (Afrojack Remix) [One More Tune Records] – Beatport Link

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