Find us on Google+



Entries in progressive house (204)


City Lights EP - Leventina

Swiss duo Leventina who are behind the anthems "We're Gonna Start" and "Revolution" are back with a massive punch with the highly anticipated 3-track City Lights EP just in time for festival season. Leventina's music has taken a remarkable turn over the years from a deeper sound to the more profitable and glitzy big-room sound, but needless to say even with their new style the Swiss duo to me represent some of the finest and cleanest Progressive & Electro sounds that the business has to offer.

"City Lights"


The most progressive track off the the EP, "City Lights" is HIGHLY energetic and melodic.


Definitely the heaviest out of the 3 tracks— "Tumbler" will have you dancing through the undulations of heavy drops and over its overarching anthemic feel.

"No Place to Hide"

Giving off great vibes with an uplifting feel "No Place to Hide" could serve as an epic festival closer. Combing its melodic drops and super catchy vocals with some dirty electro that leads back into the main breakdown, this track will have the crowd ready for the after party, or some seriously sweet dreams.

Out now on Beatport!

By David Selsey


"Fade Into You" - (Bluestone & Jerome Isma-ae Remix) - Vinny Troia

Two of the most promising European Progressive producers come together today to bring us an aggressive floor-pounding remix for the ages. The velvety and seductive vocals of Jaidene Veda provide the perfect dynamic to layer over throbbing basslines and synth riffs, making it a defining remix for both of their careers. Keep your ears ready for more to come from Ilan Bluestone as he's already promised us two upcoming collabs with Ost & Meyer and Dan Stone. The remix package of "Fade Into You" for Vinny Troia drops exclusively through Beatport on the 14th.

By Edward Fancher


Track of the Day: "Anywhere Else Tonight" (Angger Dimas Remix) - Vandalism 

Whenever the young Indonesian Angger Dimas remixes a track he always kills it, and this one is no different despite being a bit more Progressive than his usual offerings. With the help on the vocals from multi-talented Nick Clow who's produced/composed everything from Club Life Vol. 2 to Hardcore Till I Die, "Anywhere Else" has a showstoppingly uplifting rift with a catchy melody that'll seep into your brain after a few listens. I would say this is my second favorite track of his behind the legendary "Phat Brams." Dimas has already toured the United States three times, and we're expect him to do it again soon so make sure to check him out - you’ll be wishing you weren't "anywhere else tonight!"

Out now on Beatport!

By Jesse Silverman


Free Download: Markus Schulz GDJB (Ben Gold Guestmix)

Markus Schulz showcased an intensely euphoric array of tracks for today's episode of Global DJ Broadcast. The American legend has been working hard alongside Corsten on his darker Progressive sound, but still has plenty of Trance in his arsenal. Today he played some of my favorite new tracks such as Pryda's melodic "Power Drive," Ferry Corsten's "Blacklight" and Orjan Nilsen's "Violetta". Mr. Schulz wasn't the only one who played a fabulous selection during today's broadcast, with Ben Gold joining forces halfway through to play an ace mix that sent chills down my spine. After witnessing Ben Gold close out Gareth Emery's show at Governors Island last July, I knew that this guest mix would be nothing short of brilliant. Grab the free download and enjoy!

Instant Download


Markus Schulz
01. Offshore Wind & Roman Messer feat. Ange – Suanda (Aurosonic Intro Progressive Mix)
02. Pryda – Power Drive
03. Anivia – In Search of Yourself
04. Rex Mundi – Seek and Destroy
05. Essonita & K.I.R.A. – Lost My Heart to You
06. Meridian – Winter Outside
07. Ferry Corsten – Black Light
08. Orjan Nilsen – Violetta
09. M.D.K – Vanquish (Solid Stone Remix)
10. Harry Square – Royal Flush
11. Vinny Troia feat. Jaidene Veda – Fade Into You (Jerome Isma-Ae & Ilan Bluestone Remix)
12. Ferry Corsten – F the Bull$h1t
13. Temple One – Illusions
Ben Gold
01. Ben Gold – Where Life Takes Us (Juventa Remix)
02. Ben Gold – Mesocyclone
03. Luke Bond – 1Up
04. Rob Naylor – Yes
05. Solis & Sean Truby – Meerkat
06. Ben Gold – Amplified
07. Ben Gold feat. The Glass Child – Fall With Me (Tom Fall Remix)
Back with Markus Schulz
14. Rank 1 – Floorfiller
15. Lisa Lashes – Wanted to Feel
16. Purple Stories – Locust
17. Perry O’Neil – Wave Force (Mike Saint-Jules Remix)
18. Dave Schiemann – Heartless
19. KhoMha – Hydra
20. Lange & Susana – Risk Worth Taking [Global Selection]
21. Hypnotic State – Jovian Planet

By Jenna Becofsky

Follow me on Twitter: @BassIsBeauty


"Inception" (Original Mix) - Jaytech

If you don't know James Cayzer, better know as Jaytech, then now is the time you got acquainted. Known for hyping up the crowd and warming up for big name producers, Jaytech is now making a name of his own and it's easy to understand why. In the past few months he's transitioned to the big-room sound and is hot off the release of some super groovy tracks. Just pushed out on Anjunabeats last week is the Inception/Wipeout EP. You can peep last week's post for his mix for Anjunabeats Worldwide 326 to listen to "Wipeout," as the new track starts out the amazing podcast. But what was missing from the show was his other new song, "Inception." Just like the movie, this track blew my mind! When it first started off, it sounded like a Madeon track on steroids, but then I came to terms with reality-- this is classic Jaytech style. Although labeled Trance by Beatport, "Inception" blends funky progressive house with new age groovy trance and a nice, smooth synth. At 129 BPM, this track will make you bounce, so hold on to your seats!

Out now on Beatport!

By David Selsey