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Matt Fax ventures into dark progressive with refined sophomore album, ‘Progressions’

Progressive prodigy Matt Fax has returned with his second studio album Progressions. The result of three years of growth and artistic development, the latest full-length follows on his 2017 debut LP Contrast and testifies to the Colorize talent’s blossoming into the next chapter of his sound. Exploring an expansive approach to progressive house, Fax delivers […]

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Matt Fax ventures into dark progressive with refined sophomore album, ‘Progressions’

Progressive prodigy Matt Fax has returned with his second studio album Progressions. The result of three years of growth and artistic development, the latest full-length follows on his 2017 debut LP Contrast and testifies to the Colorize talent’s blossoming into the next chapter of his sound. Exploring an expansive approach to progressive house, Fax delivers […]

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Matt Fax ventures into dark progressive with refined sophomore album, ‘Progressions’

Progressive prodigy Matt Fax has returned with his second studio album Progressions. The result of three years of growth and artistic development, the latest full-length follows on his 2017 debut LP Contrast and testifies to the Colorize talent’s blossoming into the next chapter of his sound. Exploring an expansive approach to progressive house, Fax delivers […]

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First Listen: Newcomer Julian Collet enlists MONA on cooling progressive piece ‘You & I’

Julian Collet may not be a household name yet—but give it time. Emanating out of Berlin, Collet’s unique brand of deep and progressive house is steadily garnering more attention by the release, and with just a handful of original works in his catalog so far, Collet’s already introduced himself as a force to be reckoned […]

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First Listen: Newcomer Julian Collet enlists MONA on cooling progressive piece ‘You & I’

Julian Collet may not be a household name yet—but give it time. Emanating out of Berlin, Collet’s unique brand of deep and progressive house is steadily garnering more attention by the release, and with just a handful of original works in his catalog so far, Collet’s already introduced himself as a force to be reckoned […]

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First Listen: Newcomer Julian Collet enlists MONA on cooling progressive piece ‘You & I’

Julian Collet may not be a household name yet—but give it time. Emanating out of Berlin, Collet’s unique brand of deep and progressive house is steadily garnering more attention by the release, and with just a handful of original works in his catalog so far, Collet’s already introduced himself as a force to be reckoned […]

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First Listen: Matt Fax awakens progressive energy on ‘Light On’

Having received praise from industry giants including Armin van Buuren and Above & Beyond, Matt Fax has quickly risen as one of the progressive scenes most promising young stars—signing with Enhanced Music at just age 16 in 2013. In the years since, the French producer took a short hiatus, only to return to the scene […]

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Ducky expounds on resilience with ‘Don’t Give Up Still’

Everyone’s favorite cartoon girl in a made up world, the talented producer Ducky is again up to her genre-sporadic antics. With a slew of original releases ranging from dubstep to future bass on Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak, Jauz‘s Bite This!, and her self-owned label Quackhouse, Ducky’s diverse discography has something to offer every ear. Kicking […]

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Stream Lane 8’s latest progressive offering, ‘The Gift’

Canada’s perpetual deep/progressive house partisan, Lane 8 continues to shine fragments from Brightest Lights, his impending album to arrive January 10, 2020. The fourth of these, full of gusto, arrives as “The Gift.” Known for his delicate chord progressions and lightweight dance beats, Lane 8’s recent catalog has been packing a progressive punch. Indeed, the […]

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Yotto hatches new label housing, Odd One Out, alongside its first single, ‘Shifter’

Yotto‘s extended tenure atop Anjunadeep‘s auspicious artist roster has afforded him a wealth of opportunity and accolades over the years, as his progressive fingerprint grew him a fierce following in the process. Now, the Finnish producer is taking his accrued success to new heights, with the inception of his Odd One Out recording imprint. For […]

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Yotto hatches new label housing, Odd One Out, alongside its first single, ‘Shifter’

Yotto‘s extended tenure atop Anjunadeep‘s auspicious artist roster has afforded him a wealth of opportunity and accolades over the years, as his progressive fingerprint grew him a fierce following in the process. Now, the Finnish producer is taking his accrued success to new heights, with the inception of his Odd One Out recording imprint. For […]

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Alesso gives himself the remix treatment for a progressive revision of ‘Sad Song’

It isn’t exactly classified information that Alesso fans have been yearning for a return to the producer’s progressive roots for some time. Earlier this year, Alesso unveiled the introductory installment of his Progresso EP series in addition to a self-remix (alongside Deniz Koyu) of one of those singles that assuredly exhibited an influence from early […]

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Armin van Buuren switches it up, taps Bonnie McKee for new collaboration ‘Lonely for You’ [Watch]

Armin van Buuren has released a new track  that is nearly unrecognizable coming from the venerate trance and progressive producer. Titled “Lonely For You,” the song taps into an elaborate drum line with a faint drum n’ bass-inspired vibe that adds a unique compliment to poppy vocals, delivered by Bonnie McKee. The producer speaks about […]

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Armin van Buuren switches it up, taps Bonnie McKee for new collaboration ‘Lonely for You’ [Watch]

Armin van Buuren has released a new track  that is nearly unrecognizable coming from the venerate trance and progressive producer. Titled “Lonely For You,” the song taps into an elaborate drum line with a faint drum n’ bass-inspired vibe that adds a unique compliment to poppy vocals, delivered by Bonnie McKee. The producer speaks about […]

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Premiere: Anton Dhouran feat. Ed Begley – The Myth of Tarae (Third Son Edition)

The Myth Of Tarae is a veritable story in LP form, and a powerful porfolio of Anton Dhouran’s abilities as a producer. Therefore, he had to ensure that those he chose to remix his originals are equally adept at conveying, and enhancing his vision. Third Son thus came as a shoe-on for the job. The […]

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John Monkman twists Kincaid & Sinàl’s ‘A Very Stable Genius’ into a dark club cut (review & Q+A)

‘A Very Stable Genius’  is everything the title pays homage to, but in a good way. The minimal, yet eclectic cut is unpredictable and wild despite its relatively sparse elements, speaking to Kincaid & Sinàl’s excellence as producers. Enter John Monkman, and the piece descends deep into the low ends to become a foreboding club […]

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