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2012 has been a year of mixed celebrations and undertones for long serving Swede Steve Angello. But in the aftermath of selling out New York’s Central Park last month, the mafia man unites with rising label protégés Third Party to cast a bright light upon the high times of his soaring Dance imprint with ‘Lights’.

Off the back of their remix of ‘Somebody To Love‘, the Essex two-piece are on hand with their recognizable melodic guise, leaving Angello to bring the heavyset beats and poignant seal of quality that his career thus far has sworn by. Sure to be another knockout for the Size Records corner this year ahead, this energetic union of old school spirit and new school edge is enough to make for another landmark release amid the label’s most definitive year under the spotlight of global Dance music.

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Off the back of their last single ‘Thank You’ for Ultra Music, Size Records endorsed duo Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, better known to the world as Third Party, are on hand with their instantly recognizable melodic guise to take on Sultan & Ned Shepard’s forthcoming single alongside Thomas Sagstad.

Ahead of a hotly tipped fourth original for Size in ‘Lights‘, Third Party are back on remix duty to follow up their take on Wynter Gordon earlier this year with a remix for the latest release off Harem Records, ‘Somebody To Love’. Further upping the post-summer excitement, Macaire and Bass match the perfectly pitched top line of Dirty Vegas-vocalist Steve Smith with enchanting lead play and potent drum work to further the believes that the remainder of 2012 is unlikely to be a quiet one if this Essex two-piece have their way.

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2012 has been a year of mixed celebrations and undertones for long serving Swedish heavyweight Steve Angello. But with the news of his sell-out spree this September at New York’s Central Park already upping the post-summer excitement, the renowned mafia man unites with rising label protégés Third Party to cast a bright light upon the high times of this soaring Dance imprint.

Off the back of their last single ‘Thank You’ for Ultra Music, the Essex two-piece are on hand with their recognizable melodic guise, leaving Angello to bring the heavyset beats and poignant seal of quality that his career thus far has sworn by. Sure to be another knockout for the Size Records corner this year ahead, this energetic union of old school spirit and new school edge is enough to make for another landmark release amid the label’s most definitive year under the spotlight of global Dance music.

The collaboration of Steve Angello and Third Party for ‘Lights’ has now been officially confirmed through a press release.

Released on October 26th.

Update (13/10): Official preview now available.

Update (20/10): Official video trailer now available.

Words by Dan Carter

Off the back of their last single ‘Thank You’ for Ultra Music, Size Records endorsed duo Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, better known to the world as Third Party, are on hand with their instantly recognizable melodic guise to take on Sultan & Ned Shepard’s forthcoming single alongside Thomas Sagstad.

Ahead of a hotly tipped fourth original for Size, Third Party are back on remix duty to follow up their take on Wynter Gordon earlier this year with a remix for the next release off Harem Records, ‘Somebody To Love’. Further upping the post-summer excitement, Macaire and Bass match the perfectly pitched top line of Dirty Vegas-vocalist Steve Smith with enchanting lead play and potent drum work to further the believes that the remainder of 2012 is unlikely to be a quiet one if this Essex two-piece have their way.

Update (31/8): The release is set for September 10.

Update (31/8): Official preview added. The Third Party remix starts at 2:43.

As Size Records essential London connection Third Party prepare to unleash their fourth single for the prestigious label of Steve Angello, the duo return to Ultra Records to wet the appetites of their fans ahead of the summer season with ‘Thank You’. Premiered by Steve Angello during his set at Electric Daisy Carnival New York, the their latest studio endeavour sees them embrace the vocal styling’s of the late Loleatta Holloway in an aptly momentous union of vintage soul and modern club fuel.

With their usual collection of enigmatic synth leads and stern beat work proving the most accommodating backdrop to this renowned vocal sample, Holloway’s topline makes for an apt accompaniment to this uplifting injection of festival proof Progressive House. While ‘Love Sensation’ was always going to be a tough original to top, all the positive hallmarks of Third Party’s studio stylings remain well-oiled to forge ‘Thank You’ as yet another indicator that their accession to the ranks of promising British high-risers has been dutifully earned.

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Third Party feat. Loleatta Holloway – Thank You

Words by Dan Carter

As Size Records essential London connection Third Party prepare to unleash their fourth single for the prestigious label of Steve Angello, the duo return to Ultra Records to wet the appetites of their fans ahead of the summer season with ‘Thank You’. Premiered by Steve Angello during his set at Electric Daisy Carnival New York, the their latest studio endeavour sees them embrace the vocal styling’s of the late Loleatta Holloway in an aptly momentous union of vintage soul and modern club fuel.

With their usual collection of enigmatic synth leads and stern beat work proving the most accommodating backdrop to this renowned vocal sample, Holloway’s topline makes for an apt accompaniment to this uplifting injection of festival proof Progressive House. While ‘Love Sensation’ was always going to be a tough original to top, all the positive hallmarks of Third Party’s studio stylings remain well-oiled to forge ‘Thank You’ as yet another indicator that their accession to the ranks of promising British high-risers has been dutifully earned.

‘Thank You’ will be released on May 29 through Ultra Records.

Third Party feat. Loleatta Holloway – Thank You

Update: Official preview added

Words by Dan Carter

Following the launch of their brand-new website, Steve Angello’s Size Records continues to extend its arsenal of new, exciting features with Size TV – a freshly unveiled monthly documentary series on all things Size. From gigs and tour footage to studio videos and more, the carefully prepared Size TV feature will be offering us exclusive insight into the life and times of the ever growing Size family.

In episode 1, we get acquainted with the label’s latest acquisitions Wayne & Woods and Qulinez as well as a more immersed look into how fellow Size artists Third Party, Tim Mason, AN21 and Max Vangeli started out producing and DJing. While we may already know quite a lot about the more experienced of the Size Matters family, there is evidently still a lot more to learn, and episode 1 showcases a part of it. Also, the label’s newest signings tell us a bit about how they first got in contact and signed to the now globally acclaimed record imprint of Steve Angello and what’s next, whereof Wayne & Woods tell us their premiere release on the label is going to be a two-track EP.

Tracklisting:

0:08 – Steve Angello – Monday
0:28 – Wayne & Woods – ID
1:56 – Tim Mason – Anima
2:58 – Qulinez – Troll
3:49 – Third Party vs. Cicada – Feel
5:43 – AN21 & Max Vangeli vs. Tiësto – People Of The Night

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The prior are London’s hottest new Progressive House asset to date, the latter are modern British Electronica’s undisputed masters. Together, there was always going to be a vast degree of hysteria. Alongside diverse duo Cicada’s undeniable legacy at the forefront of the country’s forward thinking Electronic movement, newcomers Third Party have championed the likes of Size Records with back-to-back outings of intense club minded masterpieces.

In the same vein as ‘Duel’ and ‘Release’, Third Party’s momentous take on the infamous vocal sample of ‘Don’t Stare At The Sun’ – once the familiar soundtrack to a Revlon advert – shows little remorse for its ambient origins. Dealing in straight and sharp keys alongside solidly fashioned beat work, the London duo inject that signature energy and floor shaking persuasion into the original’s emotive vocal stylings for an intrepid romp into Dance music’s impassioned present. With forthcoming remodels of Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘Otherside’ and Stooshe’s ‘Fuck Me‘ already stirring support from across the industry, these boys are proving to be a powerful and genuinely ingenious force within modern Dance music.

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Words by Dan Carter

Size Records endorsed British superforce Third Party have a lot to be looking forward to. Already harbouring their highly anticipated remix of the Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘Otherside’ and the mighty Cicada-inspired ‘Feel’, their latest studio epiphany draws on familiar female collective Stooshe. Spicing up the raunchy realms of British pop, their remix is even less tame than the title suggests. Dealing a fatal dose of grinding low-end riffage and the all-too-familiar enigmatic synth work that has personified their universal appeal, raw and ungroomed Electro vibes are the root of yet another tectonic offering from this well-defined addition to the liberal age of Electronic Dance Music.

The Third Party remix of ‘Fuck Me’ is released soon via Warner Music.

Stooshe – Fuck Me (Third Party Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

The prior are London’s hottest new Progressive House asset to date, the latter are modern British Electronica’s undisputed masters. Together, there was always going to be a vast degree of hysteria. Alongside diverse duo Cicada’s undeniable legacy at the forefront of the country’s forward thinking Electronic movement, newcomers Third Party have championed the likes of Size Records with back-to-back outings of intense club minded masterpieces.

In the same vein as ‘Duel’ and ‘Release’, Third Party’s momentous take on the infamous vocal sample of ‘Don’t Stare At The Sun’ – once the familiar soundtrack to a Revlon advert – shows little remorse for its ambient origins. Dealing in straight and sharp keys alongside solidly fashioned beat work, the London duo inject that signature energy and floor shaking persuasion into the original’s emotive vocal stylings for an intrepid romp into Dance music’s impassioned present. With a forthcoming remodel of Red Hot Chilli Pepper’s ‘Otherside’ already stirring support from across the industry, these boys are proving to be a powerful and genuinely ingenious force within modern Dance music.

‘Feel’ is released March 12th via Size Records.

Third Party vs. Cicada – Feel

Words by Dan Carter

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