Kinda Goals – Let It Go

Harking back to a simpler time of EDM, Kinda Goals’ ‘Let It Go’ gives you exactly that, simple, high-quality progressive electro. Made up of German producer Elexive and Nick Dyon, this is only the second release by the collaboration after Kemono last year. Advertisements

Shaun Frank – Let You Get Away (feat. Ashe)

With three mentions on the blog last year, Shaun Frank is an artist we’ve been watching closely and seen go from strength to strength in 2016. With multiple releases following his usual house sound, ‘Let You Get Away’ starts a little differently before dropping into a juicy instrumental chorus. This time Shaun Frank brings in … Continue reading

Alan Walker – Faded (Chris Viviano & SJUR Remix)

Though I’m not the biggest fan of the original, Norwegian producers Chris Viviano and SJUR (who you might remember from his remix of Pitbull), certainly crank things up a notch with this deep house/progressive remix. Expect piano backed verses, explosive drops and an overdriven hook to keep things upbeat.  

OLWIK & Terri B! – Fight No More

Happy New Year! OLWICK and Terri B introduce ‘Fight No More’ as progressive pop, and we would have to agree. With a Zedd sounding synth, catchy vocals and a poppy hook that is very easy to sing along to, you may be hearing ‘Fight No More’ again very soon.  

Seven Lions – Cusp

Something epic from eclectic producer Seven Lions. Appearing as a part of Armin van Buuren’s ‘Who’s Afraid of 138?!’ initiative, ‘Cusp’ is an absolute beast. Having dabbled with trance on previous EPs, this record sees Seven Lions almagate this whimsical genre with psy, and other more progressive styles, to create something that at its very … Continue reading

Madilyn Bailey – Don’t You Worry Child (Levi Remix)

It’s crazy to think that Swedish House Mafia’s final single is now almost three years old. The original seems to have managed to stand the test of time, so far, without sounding overly dated. Madilyn Bailey is a youtube cover artist, covering all realms of pop. Levi, on the other hand, we don’t know too … Continue reading