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In the aftermath of his highly-acclaimed Pryda Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1, renowned Swedish master of the melodic anthem Eric Prydz is yet to rest on the laurels of his Pryda moniker just yet. Following a lot of teasing and countless appearances in his sets, ‘Power Drive’ is out now through his own Pryda Recordings.

Bringing his A-game in regular Pryda fashion, the stern emphasis on melodic progressions and vintage charisma marks an exciting extension of the uplifting club hallmarks that have seen the Swedish heavyweight reign supreme over the past few years.

Out today on Beatport

Having reigned in a spree of live and recorded landmarks throughout 2012, Eric Prydz makes his hotly tipped return under his Pryda alias after the release of ‘Eric Prydz Presents Pryda‘. Made up of headline single ‘Bergen’, formerly known to fans as the Café Mambo ID, and equally impressive B-side ‘Recomondos’, his ‘PRY023′ EP maintains the momentum of his diverse melodic journey as Pryda, elaborating a smooth fusion of Progressive House that to this day has not been wholeheartedly topped.

But in addition to the momentum behind his EPIC radio show and latest single ‘Every Day’ still keeping him fixed upon the industry radar, PRY023 suggests that as we approach the new year, Eric Prydz is sure to remain a force of reckoning for Electronic music at its most elevated creative heights throughout 2013.

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Bergen

Recomondos

Having reigned in a consistent spree of live and recorded landmarks throughout 2012, Pete Tong was the first to get his hands on the hotly tipped return of Eric Prydz under his adorned Pryda alias. Made up of headline single ‘Bergen’, formerly known to fans as the Café Mambo ID, and equally impressive B-side ‘Recomondos’, his ‘PRY023′ EP maintains the momentum of his diverse melodic journey as Pryda, elaborating a smooth yet transfixing fusion of Progressive House that to this day has not been wholeheartedly topped.

But in addition to the momentum behind his EPIC radio show and latest single ‘Every Day’ still keeping him fixed upon the industry radar, PRY023 suggests that as we approach the new year, Eric Prydz is sure to remain a force of reckoning for Electronic music at its most elevated creative heights throughout 2013.

Out November 26th.

Bergen

Recomondos

In one of his most energizing years of industrious wanderings to date, Swedish master of the melodic anthem Eric Prydz is yet to rest on his well-oiled laurels. Like the mad professor of inventive Dance music, his first single release since his debut Pryda album sees Prydz sample a John Ciafone track from 2002 with the same name for ‘Every Day’, previously known to fans as the sought-after ‘Bootshaus ID’. In a surge of his atmospheric energy, the stern emphasis on melodic progressions and vintage charisma marks an exciting extension of the uplifting club hallmarks that have seen Eric Prydz reign supreme over the past several years.

But first to bat for the remix package, Pryda Friends-endorsed Norwegian Fehrplay swaps the original’s blissful melodic play for a refreshing, bass-heavy sound, eerily similar to that of ‘Nightride‘. Hitting the middle-ground between heavier-set Deep House and dark Progressive, Fehrplay’s remix proves a worthy and fitting addition to the package, choosing to chop Ciafone’s vocals into a dark and hypnotic formula.

The ‘Every Day’ EP is released November 5th, also including a remix from Andy C and ‘We Are Mirage’.

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If you thought the long overdue release of his debut album was to simmer down Eric Prydz’s output for the rest of the year, think again. A staple in Prydz’s live sets over the past few months, the world premiere spin on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection radio show last night revealed that the next release from Eric Prydz, previously known as the “Bootshaus ID,” will end up being called ‘Everyday’.

Under his acclaimed Pryda moniker, however, Prydz can be found basking in a realm of unrestrained melodics and ‘Everyday’ furthers this extended bloodline of emotive club floor absolution with utmost ease. Like the mad professor amid modern Dance music, this gem of delicately layered melodies and John Ciafone vocals proves a tactful extension of this second dimension to the already idolised producer. Straying reassuringly far from the status quo of some of his peers, ‘Everyday’ is a promising return from an artist who is as integral to the rich history of European Dance music as he promises to be to its bright future.

Update (3/10): Official preview now available.

Update (4/10): Release is set for October 15th along with a remix from Fehrplay. The ‘Every Day’ EP is released November 5th, also including a remix from Andy C and ‘We Are Mirage’.

Named after his all-new show concept at Amnesia in IbizaEric Prydz releases the next release – 2Night. Few have managed to forge such a career for themselves by maintaining an astonishingly high level of production integrity and top of the line-outputs – a process our Swedish icon has most certainly more or less developed with his discerning and diverse aliases. Following on from what some may say is the best Pryda record to date – Niton – Prydz pulls out another champion, set to go globally viral with its unprecedented and inimitable piano lead and array. Releasing the Illusions and Glimma EP in mid December of 2010 and the utmostly special PRY020 EP two months back, 2Night is revealed and is the 21st release out of Pryda Recordings. Also coming off the recent Mokba release as Cirez D, Eric Prydz is boasting his continued ability to master different scenes on and off stage. Innovativeness may to some in today’s hectic and flooded outlets have a a limit, but to the still ascending Swede, imaginary melodies and arrangements seems to be everlasting staple articles. Premiered in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the freshest Eric Prydz record is now out!

Eric Prydz – 2Night (PRY021) [Pryda Recordings] – Beatport Link

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Named after his all-new show concept at Amnesia in Ibiza, Eric Prydz uncovers the next Pryda release – 2Night. Few have managed to forge such a career for themselves by maintaining an astonishingly high level of production integrity and top of the line-outputs – a process our Swedish icon has most certainly more or less developed with his discerning and diverse aliases. Following on from what some may say is the best Pryda record to date – Niton – Prydz pulls out another champion, set to go globally viral with its unprecedented and inimitable piano lead and array. Releasing the Illusions and Glimma EP in mid December of 2010 and the utmostly special PRY020 EP two months back, 2Night is revealed and about to headline the 21st release to be released out of Pryda Recordings. Also coming off the recent Mokba release as Cirez D, Eric Prydz is boasting his continued ability to master different scenes on and off stage. Innovativeness may to some in today’s hectic and flooded outlets have a blocker, but to the still ascending Swede imaginary melodies and arrangements seems to be everlasting staple articles. Premiered in last night’s Essential Selection by Pete Tong, 2Night is set to release September 19th, have a listen!

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The highly rated Eric Prydz is most certainly one of a kind, being responsible for numerous hit singles in the commercial scene as well as the underground. As last year’s soaring Niton single under his acclaimed, experimental Pryda alias forefronted the scene again in early 2011, graced a brilliant vocal, his prestigious and distinguished reputation is still steadily ascending. Following December’s groundbreaking 19.5 EP, consisting of Glimma and Illusions, PRY020 has officially landed, going on the heels of his intense remixes of Depeche Mode’s Personal Jesus and Never Let Me Down Again. With solid support approaching from the halls of BBC Radio 1 among others, this might just be one of the best releases of Pryda Recordings so far – headlined by the exquisitely innovative Mirage, primarily referred to as the Global Gathering ID 02. He’s come to master the industry with the Midas-like touch to his ever so well-made offerings and as such, the hugely awaited Berns Electro ID, nowadays named Juletider, joins in to get worldwide acknowledgement, flipping from sophisticated sounds of soulfulness to a hard-on, electro-inspired burst of beats. And, last but not least, With Me is another soulful tune from the Swede and finalizes a package, most certainly due to immerse into the heart of the industry as a love-seeking floorfiller.

Pryda – Mirage / Juletider / With Me EP [Pryda Recordings] – Beatport Link

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As premiered in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection on BBC Radio 1, Pryda uncovers the third and final track of his forthcoming PRY020 EP, referred to as Eric Prydz himself to be a very special one. Previously known as the Berns Electro ID, Juletider reaches the light of day as part of what looks to be one of the best releases on Pryda Recordings so far. Three long-awaited masterpieces from the master in chief, hailing from Sweden, have been collected to jointed bring fame and glory to the immense brilliance of their superior. It’s due to be released on June 13th along with Mirage and With Me, have a listen!

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Eric Prydz a.k.a Pryda presents the second of the three forthcoming tunes, featured in the PRY020 EP. Having unveiled the celebrated Global Gathering ID 02, nowadays known as Mirage, on Friday night, as premiered in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection on BBC Radio 1, the highly anticipated With Me falls into line as one of the tracks of the next release on Pryda Recordings, referred to as Prydz himself to be VERY special. Following the release of the recognized remixes for Depeche Mode, PRY020 is the next release to headline the vast halls of Beatport as the reputation of the Swedish mastermind scampers yet further into the sky. It’s due to be released on June 13th, have a listen!

/Anton

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