Todays all about euphoric, uplifting tunes that make the world feel a better place, if not permanently certainly for the three or four minutes that you’re lost in these particular gems.
Eric Prydz is arguably the most commercially successfully electronic dance music producer of the last ten years, with PRYDA normally the pseudonym deployed when wanting to be a bit more underground. ‘Allein’ breaks the trend, his most uplifting, feel good and out right brazen effort yet under the PRYDA moniker, big, big, big.
Also worthy of a mighty three bigs, but in contrast to PRYDA actually a bit more underground than usual is the new Justice track. To be precise the EROL ALKAN Remix of the new Justice track (which might explain the more subterranean vibe). Erol’s reworking of ‘Canon’ is absolute filth of the finest electronic variety. Head down, bass up, get ur skank on four to the floor House that four am was designed for.
At the after party where you seek your second (or maybe third/ fourth) wind, demanding euphoria delivered in softer form than anything Eric or Erol can offer (what is it with four letter names beginning with ’e’?) JOSH OSHO has the answer in the form of ‘Redemption Days’. A brilliant piece of uplifting, (yes) euphoric tuneage that lifts the soul and soothes the mind in equal measure.
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JOSH OSHO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aocrgZQoz7g