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Entries in progressive house (204)


"Two To One" (Original Mix) - Adam Szabo & Johan Vilborg [Exclusive]

Over just the past year, Enhanced Recordings has established itself as a haven for this hugely in demand, lush, rift-driven sound. Today's exclusive stream of the full extended mix of "Two To One" comes from the label's Digitally Enchanced Vol. 6 compilation. The unlikely combination of Hungarian Adam Szabo and the Swedish Johan Vilborg has "uplifting" written all over it. Bursting with life stemming from immaculate and infectious chord play, it's no surprise this record has been picked up from all the best DJs. Grab your copy today!

Out now on Beatport!

By Edward Fancher


"Curracloe" (Vintage & Morelli Remix) - David Broaders

With a brooding sound that resounds with burning howls, Vintage & Morelli is a producer I was really excited to find out about. Tranquil Progressive House has been the side-focus of acts like Above & Beyond and Myon & Shane 54, both of which picked up this marvelous track on their recent radio shows. The emotional weight "Curracloe" discharges when it climaxes is astounding, making it the perfect sentimental intro to any expedition of sound. Grab the full-length remix September 9th!

By Edward Fancher


"Back To Funk" (Original Mix) - Bass Kleph

Today Australian newcomer Bass Kleph is here to make it perfectly clear: summer isn't over yet! A frenzy of a track, Kleph's latest ties in an unembellished but weighty bassline with high voltage pepperings of chunky horns. Seething with whirling grooves and spunky samples, the syncopated rhythm keeps you happily bouncing through the entire creation. Expect to hear this top-notch record topping off a festival set soon, just be sure to let us know who chooses to bring it "Back To Funk!"

By Edward Fancher


"Wipeout" (Original Mix) - Pierre O [Track of the Day]

As the sounds of Electro continue to blend with pop assuming a more mainstream sound, the more experimental sides of dance are flourishing here in New York City. Thanks to the huge upsurge of interest towards music-centric nightlife here on the East Coast, everyone's getting a good taste of what they want, with the techier sounds of House and Trance resounding through the hazy rooms of many small clubs and lounges here in Manhattan and Brooklyn. On the international scope Trance is being popularized by DJs like Armin van Buuren as melodic, but apart from him and a select few the sound keeps diving deeper into the darkness. Psychedelic Progressive is becoming more and more the sound to be heard as it converts the masses through transcendent, drifting moments near subwoofers and strobes. Today I present you with such a track that I assure you will be highly effective in inducing such a state.

Out now on Beatport!

By Edward Fancher

"Dance The Pain Away" - Benny Benassi (Tom Swoon Remix) [Track of the Day]

Tonight I bring you a Progressive smash of a remix brought to us by none other than Tom Swoon. The artist formerly known as Pixel Cheese has brought us a multitude of remixes over the past year of everything from Avicii's "Let Me Show You Love," to Ellie Goulding's "Holding On," to his remarkably innovative remix of Kaskade's "Room For Happiness." The common theme throughout his repertoire is thick synth play and high energy, and his latest remix for Benny Benassi ft. John Legend takes the crown among the creme of the crop. Swoon's take on "Dance The Pain Away" is one of the catchier tunes I've heard in recent months. The best part is that it lacks that overtone of spoon-fed, over the top metallic breaks that's so deeply saturated in the top performing songs of the moment. Grab your copy from Ultra Records today!

Out now on Beatport!

By Edward Fancher