Posts tagged progressive house
Nice and super long house track from the fellow Ohioan (who is also following me on SoundCloud…wahoo). Enjoy all 8:52 seconds of it. It’s definitely one of those songs you just feel happy after listening to. Check out the SoundCloud link for the free download.
Check out his SoundCloud page too for more audio goodness.
This DJ duo hit Number 1 on Beatport and for good reason. It’s my understanding that this was dropped in a 3LAU album party on Turntable.fm earlier this week (I think it was the day I was on Mixify listening to Billy Van). Nice easy-listening progressive house track.
Great lyrics too.
Look at the sky.
The sun won’t ask the world if it can rise.
Look at your mind and ask yourself what keeps you trapped inside.
Look at the lies that follow you when you run and hide.
Great banging track from Bad Boy Bill. Nice long vocal breaks. Buy the track on Beatport (I should hope he put it on there – he is the co-founder of the site). Tamra, an Irish singer-songwriter is pretty big in the EDM word, writing hits for greats like Oakenfold and BT. This is a recent collaboration (it was released a few months ago). Bad Boy Bill is a legend in his own right, starting in the 80s and being one of the first to sell legal mix tapes. He was also voted America’s Favorite DJ.
While you are at it, you might as well buy the entire album he released in July, full of Progressive and Electro goodness.
Well I already love Feed Me. This video and the music that goes along with it made me giggle inside. It starts off quieter with the pitter-patter of kitty feet and then breaks into full-fledged Electro goodness. It finished off with something akin to dubstep. I’ll call it Electrostep. You can get the single (it was released two days ago).
Okay, so first off let me make myself absolutely clear. Plumb is NOT a new discovery. I have known about Plumb since one of their videos was on a WOW collection. I have two albums, one from 1997 and 1999. Now, however, people are realizing she (Tiffany Arbuckle Lee) works very well into EDM mixes, regardless of the fact that she is first and foremost a Christian vocal artist. She didn’t do the Katy Perry thing and I respect her for that. This is a discovery because it’s a new song. It’s a hit because it’s produced by Kaskade, even though many people haven’t heard of Plumb (other than maybe the Damaged mix).
This track is on Kaskade’s The Grand album, available on Amazon.
Unfortunately, Joris doesn’t have a full play available on his SoundCloud, but this is a wonderful song I discovered while using Spotify to find new music for use in Turntable.fm (in the Coding Soundtrack room).
Check him out on Facebook. You can get this little number (so you can hear the whole thing) on Beatport or if you have Spotify, you can listen there. There are some videos on YouTube too, but since they aren’t uploaded by Joris, I don’t know how long they will last up. To be honest, I’m not sure who Nancy is and why Joris has multiple songs featuring Nancy. Obviously she sings. In all seriousness, why would you go by such a simple name? It’s hard to find you!
As Third Culture describes it, “Gareth Emery’s mesmerizing hit ‘Mansion’ with Omnia & Ira’s hard hitting ‘Fusion’.” Download away.
I love the synths on this one and the way the female vocals are clipped.