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Emerging from Brighton to the avail of a now globetrotting career, Tim Mason releases the follow-up to ‘Anima’ with uplifting peak timer ‘Swoon’. Premiered by Tiësto on the special (RED) edition of his Club Life radio show, Mason’s return to the realms of self-serving production comes off the back of remix duties for Zedd’s ‘Stars Come Out’ in the robust manner we have come to expect from the Size-endorsed producer. Decked in strong melodic progressions and his knack for pitting sharp synth leads against climatic drops, ‘Swoon’ looks sure to be a third strike of original success for the British hopeful in the new year.

Out today on Beatport.

Emerging from Brighton to the avail of a now globetrotting career, Tim Mason unveils the follow-up to ‘Anima’ with uplifting peak timer ‘Swoon’. Premiered by Tiësto on the special (RED) edition of his Club Life radio show, Mason’s return to the realms of self-serving production comes off the back of remix duties for Zedd’s ‘Stars Come Out’ in the robust manner we have come to expect from the Size-endorsed producer. Decked in strong melodic progressions and his knack for pitting sharp synth leads against climatic drops, ‘Swoon’ looks sure to be a third strike of original success for the British hopeful in the new year.

Update (29/1): ‘Swoon’ is set for release on February 11th through Size Records.

Words by Dan Carter

As the brown eyed boy of Size Records’ ongoing domination of Electronic Dance Music, Tim Mason has proven himself quite the catch for a certain Mafioso member. Having caught the world’s attention with last years WMC favourite ‘The Moment’ and New Year’s Eve contender ‘Anima’, his two original comings to Angello’s renowned imprint has sealed his name as one of most fast-rising European House entities to grace the globe.

Who better then to tamper with these powerful Size originals than a master of those hands-in-the-air moments. In meatier takes on the two euphoric composites, Mason’s extended key play and sturdier breakdowns drive a whole new level of energy into the already accountably igneous offerings. Originally intended to stay an exclusive pair of edits for his live sets, the many requests have caused the Brighton prodigy to re-think, teaming up with Size Records and Beat My Day to release the improved OMG mixes of ‘The Moment’ and ‘Anima’ for free.

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As the brown eyed boy of Size Records’ ongoing domination of Electronic Dance Music, Tim Mason has proven himself quite the catch for a certain Mafioso member. Having caught the world’s attention with last years WMC favourite ‘The Moment’ and New Year’s Eve contender ‘Anima’, his two original comings to Angello’s renowned imprint has sealed his name as one of most fast-rising European House entities to grace the globe.

Who better then to tamper with these powerful Size originals than a master of those hands-in-the-air moments. In meatier takes on the two euphoric composites, Mason’s extended key play and sturdier breakdowns drive a whole new level of energy into the already accountably igneous offerings. Originally intended to stay an exclusive pair of edits for his live sets, the many requests have caused the Brighton prodigy to re-think, teaming up with Size Records and Beat My Day to on Tuesday July 17th release the improved OMG mixes of ‘The Moment’ and ‘Anima’ for free.

Anima OMG

The Moment OMG

Set to storm the industry with his debut album ‘People of the Night’ alongside studio partner AN21 on August 6th, Max Vangeli continues the trend of excitement with a powerful instalment of his monthly podcast series. Blasting through the likes of his own new single alongside AN21 and Tiësto ‘People of the Night‘, and a collection of tracks from Gabriel Rocha, Deniz Koyu, Dave Silcox and Muzzaik, the eclectic Macedonian is joined by fellow Size peer Tim Mason to round off his July mix of this year. In a formative romp of his own energetic floor fuel, Mason trawls through such personal career highlights as ‘The Moment’ and the OMG mix of ‘Anima‘ alongside Eddie Thoneick and Norman Doray’s forthcoming Size release ‘Celsius‘ among others.

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Max Vangeli Podcast ft. Tim Mason – July 2012

Tracklist:

01. Gabriel Rocha – Cars & Girls [Toolroom]
02. Basement Jaxx – VJHA (Muzzaik Version) [White]
03. Dave Silcox – Bang Your Head [Diffused] w/ Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht – Walking Alone (Acappella) w/ Tim Berg – Alcoholic (Acappella) w/ Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote [EMI] (Adrien Mezsi Booty)
04. Deniz Koyu – Bong [Refune]
05. AN21 & Max Vangeli vs. Tiësto feat. Lover Lover – People Of The Night [Size]

Tim Mason Guest Mix

06. John Dahlback feat. Urban Cone & Lucas Nord – Embrace Me (Dirty South Remix) [Phazing]
07. Eddie Thoneick & Norman Doray – Celsius [Size]
08. Ivan Gough, Feenixpawl feat Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Mix) [Axtone]
09. Tim Mason – Anima (OMG Mix) [Size]
10. AN21 & Max Vangeli vs. Steve Angello – H8RS [Size]
11. Tim Mason – The Moment [Size] w/ Justice vs. Simian – We Are Your Friends (Acappella) w/ Daft Punk – Aerodynamics

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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Where versatile German Electro front Zedd made positive marks with acclaimed offering ‘Stars Come Out’, a star-studded remix package of Electronic Dance Music advocates for Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint scored some positive tensions into the tracks already boisterous infamy. Calling upon the vocal accolades of divine diva Heather Bright, Brighton based Progressive asset turned Size Records protégé Tim Mason keeps things simple with a formative outing of pitch perfect synths and essential singalong moments. Less euphoric, more chaotic, Vancouver bred Electro maestro Lazy Rich deals in sharply ornamented chords and intricately woven moments of fuzz, while hereditary master of the Swedish middle-ground John Dahlback throws all the vigour he can at a persuasive peak time rendition of frantic synth play and momentous transitions to mark a successful extension of the originals widespread appeal.

Zedd – Stars Come Out (John Dahlback, Lazy Rich & Tim Mason Remixes) [Dim Mak Records] – Beatport Link

Tim Mason Remix

Lazy Rich Remix

John Dahlback Remix

Words by Dan Carter

As the blue eyed boy of Size Records ongoing domination of Electronic Dance Music, Tim Mason is proving himself quite the catch for a certain Mafiosi member. In three sturdy instalments of well-tailored Progressive House mastery, the Brighton based newcomer has sealed his name as one of most fast-rising European House entities to grace the globe. Having caught the world’s attention with last years WMC favourite ‘The Moment’, his second coming to Angello’s renowned imprint ‘Anima’ struck the same club worthy charm and excelled his already glowing global presence.

Who better then to tamper with this powerful return to Size than the leading master of those hands-in-the-air moments. In a meatier take on Anima’s distinctly euphoric composite, Mason’s extended key play and sturdier breakdown drives a whole new level of energy into the already accountably igneous offering. In the same vein as Steve’s infamous take on ‘The Moment’, keeping the creative fidelities closer to home proves the pragmatic option for this second helping of diverse European Progressive House from a man who is only getting sharper under the pressures of universal appraisal.

Words by Dan Carter

While Zedd’s original slickly validated his production dexterity, a remix package for Stars Come Out is set to soon be emerging from Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, and further validate the measures of one of Size Records’ most essential assets – Tim Mason. Red hot off his long-awaited second single release on Size, titled Anima, this Brighton wunderkind continues to boast his immense proficiency as he adds his trademark sound onto the sing-along friendly vocals of Heather Bright for a captivating interpretation on Zedd’s diverse sound. Though the structure of this remix may not be as intricate as the original, Tim Mason proves there is no wrong in keeping things simple, rather the opposite. With that sweeping, synth-filled lead at his mercy, Mason shows he has still got a lot left to give as he gives Zedd’s latest Dim Mak release a proper remix work.

/Anton

Where some British artists have made incredibly positive noise on the international scene this year, Tim Mason has overtaken all competition with one stiff blow. Having donned one of the summer’s most sought after anthems The Moment to Size Records, his renowned studio magic has been legitimised with a global romp of some of the finest clubs on offer, packing the same heat as his early anthem for Steve Angello since it’s release back in March. Add further remix duties for David Guetta, Lucid, Pnau and Nadia Ali, 2011 has forged something of a dynamic following for the latest Electronic Dance music master to emerge from Brighton.

Rich in rising melodies and atmospheric chords from the outset, Mason’s second coming for Size Records matches the relentless energy of his Miami Winter Music Conference stormer with little hesitation. Mustering all his force for another banger fit for both the club floor and the vivacious energy of a packed out festival crowd, Anima further asserts the British producer’s hold on global Dance music with an anthem set to champion Size Records and its extending musical empire.

Words by Dan Carter

Tim Mason – Anima [Size Records] – Beatport Link

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