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Having already teased fans with earlier renditions, Norwegian progressive asset Fehrplay releases his fourth single for Eric Prydz’s Pryda Friends imprint following the release of “I Cant Stop It”.

Premiered in its latest form during his guest mix for Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy radio show, “Phantom” employs strong melodic builds alongside a juxtaposition of decadent keys and uplifting synth work. Balancing the outspoken euphoria and compositional aptitude that has hallmarked his creative output so far, “Phantom” sets the precedent for what looks to be one of Fehrplay’s most triumphant years to date.

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Having already teased fans with earlier renditions, Norwegian progressive asset Fehrplay reveals the release date of his fourth single for Eric Prydz’s Pryda Friends imprint following the release of “I Cant Stop It”.

Premiered in its latest form during his guest mix for Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy radio show, “Phantom” employs strong melodic builds alongside a juxtaposition of decadent keys and uplifting synth work. Balancing the outspoken euphoria and compositional aptitude that has hallmarked his creative output so far, “Phantom” sets the precedent for what looks to be one of Fehrplay’s most triumphant years to date.

Out on April 8th via Pryda Friends.

Words by Dan Carter

In the same vein as his Toolroom Records debut ‘Norrsken‘, Jeremy Olander returns to Eric Prydz’s Pryda Friends imprint to present an insight into his smoother side once again ”Let Me Feel”.

Effortlessly balancing a mesmerizing vocal sample from Johnny Rivers’ ‘Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)’ classic and vintage progressive energy, the EPIC Radio-premiered ‘Let Me Feel’s warm and collected approach makes for a mature and overtly satisfying leap in the calm and emotional realms of dance music.

Out today on Beatport. More info on the release of the Eric Prydz remix as we get it.

Already celebrated for his melodic reign upon global Dance music, Norwegian producer Ferhplay rejoins the stronghold of Eric Prydz’s Pryda Friends imprint to flaunt his latest journey into the realms of emotionally tuned club fuel.

First premiered on Eric Prydz’s EPIC Radio, the vintage hallmarks usually heralded by Prydz have evidently aligned well with his London based protégé. Armed with soaring melodic synth lines and an undercurrent of stern lead work, the sample work of ‘I Can’t Stop It’ ornaments a track as aurally stimulating as its is infectious.

Out today on Beatport.

Back on remix duty after his stellar take of M83’s ‘Midnight City,’ Eric Prydz lends his Midas-like touch to Jeremy Olander’s upcoming fourth release on Pryda Friends for a darker, accompanying dub remix.

Premiered in episode seven of his EPIC Radio series, Prydz’s remix of ‘Let Me Feel’ dives erratically through layered leads and atmospheric surges for a strong first release of 2013. With the promise that 2013 will see a more consistent slew of releases from Prydz and his Pryda imprint alike, Prydz’s latest work dictates that the road from here is one of quality and consistency for this long serving champion of melodic Dance music.

Out early February on Pryda Friends.

In the same vein as his Toolroom Records debut ‘Norrsken‘, Jeremy Olander returns to Eric Prydz’s Pryda Friends label to present an insight into his smoother side once again with a new original track called ”Let Me Feel”.

Effortlessly balancing a mesmerizing vocal sample from Johnny Rivers’ ‘Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)’ classic and vintage progressive energy, the EPIC Radio-premiered ‘Let Me Feel’s warm and collected approach makes for a mature and overtly satisfying leap in the calmer realms of dance music.

To be released on March 4th via Pryda Friends.

Liverpool’s Eric Prydz-approved studio force Richard Knott returns to make his Pryda Friends debut with the follow-up to ‘Portals‘, entitled ‘Locus Solus’. In a Cirez D-esque manner, Knott steps away from the delightful synths and melodies that we have come to love and associate with the 23-year-old Liverpudlian to produce something different altogether. Whether based upon Raymond Roussel’s French novel from 1914 with the same name or not, we don’t know, but with the same mysterious approach, Knott blends enigmatic lead play and chunky beat work for one of his perhaps freshest gems to date.

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With a steadily rising output of strong floor-orientated contenders, the next Pryda Friends release from Fehrplay sees him emerge armed with the melodic resonance of Pryda to present a take on some of the more heartfelt influences available to modern Dance music.

Effortlessly balancing deep rerunning vocals and the vintage charm that Pryda Friends has become synonymous with, the EPIC Radio-premiered ‘I Can’t Stop It’ encapsulates the once spiritual energy of the White Isle without compromising on 21st century production values. With the final version of the track yet to come and set to join Eric Prydz for his going-away party at Berns in Stockholm next weekend, the remainder of 2012 is unlikely to be a quiet one if this Norwegian producer has his way.

Update (21/12): Out January 14th.

Off the back of a back-to-back performance alongside the dignified melodic maestro at Ibiza’s Café Mambo, Pryda Friends’ second homegrown artist Fehrplay returns to Eric Prydz’s guest artist label to release the EPIC Radio-premiered follow-up to ‘Incognito‘.

Diving deep into the realms of Deep House, the aptly titled ‘Nightride’ rips through lush low-end riffage and rerunning vocal samples that showcase a progression away from the heavy-hitting sounds of ‘Incognito’. In a further emphasis on the strong Scandinavian culture currently dominating the industry, ‘Nightride’ sees the Norwegian newcomer escape the unremitting melodics now synonymous with his Fehrplay moniker for an intense take on the deeper realms of House music.

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Off the back of a back-to-back performance alongside the dignified melodic maestro at Ibiza’s Café Mambo last week, Pryda Friends’ second homegrown artist Fehrplay returns to Eric Prydz’s guest artist label to officially unveil the EPIC Radio-premiered follow-up to ‘Incognito‘.

Diving deep into the realms of Deep House, the aptly titled ‘Nightride’ rips through lush low-end riffage and infectious rerunning vocal samples that showcase a progression away from the heavy-hitting sounds of ‘Incognito’ in a further emphasis on the strong Scandinavian culture currently dominating the industry. Set to headline his forthcoming second two-track EP for the label, ‘Nightride’ sees the Norwegian newcomer escape the unremitting melodics now synonymous with his Fehrplay moniker for an intense take on the deeper realms of House music.

‘Nightride’ will be released September 24 on Pryda Friends.

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