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What's Your Blend?
Nu Disco
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Apr
17

Jerry Folk

365 Days (Remix)

Pure funk happiness, this track is equal parts modest disco and pop.

Dance
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Apr
17

Dave Aude

Find You (Remix)

Definitely the smoothest remix of this song. Sure, it doesn't have gut wrenching drops, or saliva inducing breakdowns. But what it lacks in excitement, it makes up for it steady danceability.

Trance
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Apr
16

Rafaël Frost

Nightshift (Original Mix)

Electrified harmonies abound, which are emphasized by solid vocals...not that they're needed though: Massive sounds from the instrumental alone.

Big Room Progressive House
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Apr
16

Steve Brian & Oudai Abdulhadi

Crossfire (Bootleg)

Naturally, The Killers rock pretty hard, so you can probably imagine what happens when revved up big room chords are introduced amongst their piercing kicks and dusty vocals.

Progressive House
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Apr
15

Lane 8

Pictures In The Dark (Remix)

More progressive than his usual work, this tune features circling piano jabs that pan between your ears as lucid melodies tie the remainder of things together. Professional house for intellectuals.

Trance
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Apr
15

Naden

Cerulean Rays (Original Mix)

Sometimes, mental escapes are the only way to survive a bad day. This will provide such an escape in the most ethereal of ways. Oscillating melodies and drawn out bass creates an otherworldly experience.

Deep House
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Apr
14

Thomas Jack

Snowship (Remix)

Mellow and cheery, this laid-back indie house track uses guitars, violins, and flutes to create an ear-pleasing soundscape capable of erasing worries and stress.

Dubstep
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Apr
14

Collin McLoughlin

Feral Love (Remix)

Intricate progression is woven with infinitely rising harmonies and bass oscillations. The entrancing vocals are a perfect compliment to the aural fixation that the track induces.

Tech House
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Apr
11

UMEK & Mike Vale

Helium (Remix)

These vocals are solid in the club mix, but this techy tune turns up the heat in all the ways necessary to have a great night out.

Trance
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Apr
10

Ilan Bluestone

Waves Of L.A. (Original Mix)

It's nearly impossible to dislike anything this man produces. His harmonic chord work is undeniably satisfying and invigorating. This instrumental track continues Bluestone's reign on uplifting progressive trance.

Deep House
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Apr
09

Florian Paetzold

Stay With Me (Edit)

Beautiful. Soulful. Deep. House.

Progressive House
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Apr
09

Mark Knight

The Return Of Wolfy (Original Mix)

Bumpy pianos set the stage for an upbeat progressive house jam perfectly suited for starlit vistas.

Big Room Progressive House
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Apr
09

Kevin Drew

Midnight (Remix)

Pleasantly meandering verses by Coldplay eventually break away to a brilliant drop full of uplifting energy. The remixes of this track are staggering in number, but this one stands alone.

Progressive House
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Apr
08

Grum

Nobody To Love (Remix)

Is Grum even capable of producing bad music? Yet another magical progressive delight veiled by wonderment. This one happens to use spellbinding melodies and vocals to win its audience.

Trance
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Apr
08

Johan Malmgren

Start A Fire (Original Mix)

Aruna's voice is angelic and Johan's chorus is just as heavenly, the second iteration of which proves to be an auditory blessing.

Nu Disco
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Apr
07

Vanilla Ace

Don't Go (Original Mix)

This zoned out disco track is sure pass time like Doc Brown. Seriously though, smooth, seamless, and synchronized, this one is a mellow hit. So, go ahead and enjoy these real instruments; they won't bite.

Trance
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Apr
07

Nhato

Look Human Feel Human (Remix)

More progression than the big bang (the event, not the TV series), this instrumental tune will jumpstart any day. The break down acts like a strategically planned power nap.

Dance
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Apr
04

Peter Thomas

All Of You (Original Mix)

This track will undoubtedly radiate nostalgia tinged sunshine throughout your weekend thanks to its sandy vocals and carefree guitar backing.

Big Room Progressive House
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Apr
04

Kaskade

Under The Stars (Mashup)

Kaskade's production abilities are quite diverse: Not only has he created some of the most brilliant deep progressive house tracks of all time, but he is also capable of creating blissful bombs such as this.

Electro House
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Apr
03

Pierce Fulton

Old Man & The Sea (Original Mix)

All the fun of electro house with the appeal of big room and the musicality of progressive, this track doesn't need any sort of vocals to captivate your attention.

Trance
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Apr
03

Beat Service

So Much Of Me Is You (Original Mix)

Any track with Ana Criado as the vocalist is definitely worth a listen, and considering the producer behind this one, rest assured it's worth your time. Empowering vocals are skyrocketed by scaling stadium sized melodies.

Electro House
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Apr
02

Kill Paris

Black Sun (Remix)

This guy continues to be the master of vocal cuts and break tempo electro hotness. This track is both melodic and funky with the right amount of carefree attitude to get you through any mid-week slump.

Progressive House
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Apr
02

Wolfgang Gartner

Signafreak (Bootleg)

A nod to piano driven progressive house of old, this track provides consistent caffeine dosing and hand waving opportunities. A definite dancing tune!

Big Room Progressive House
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Apr
01

Audien

Pompeii (Remix)

It's hard to imagine that big room could evolve much beyond its current status, but there will always be room for quality tunes that invoke invigorating optimism, which is exactly what this track does.

Progressive House
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Apr
01

Grum

Come Alive (Remix)

This producer is just incredible: He takes progressive house and adds disco spin and flare to it in order to invoke pleather induced euphoria.

Dubstep
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Apr
01

Koven

Another Home (Original Mix)

This is a pretty much a ballad. Gorgeous vocals meet a mudslide of bass and heavenly string harmonies. You won't care if you collapse into its midst. which is almost guaranteed to happen.

Progressive House
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Mar
31

Eric Prydz

Liberate (Original Mix)

Bright and progressive, yet deep and impactful: This track is yet another masterpiece by perhaps the greatest producer of all time. Hope and pragmatism collide wonderfully within these melodies and vocals.

Dance
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Mar
28

Dirty Vegas

Setting Sun (Original Mix)

A hazy tune with radio readiness. However, the discerning listener will be treated to several complimentary melodies that definitely enhance this song to a level beyond a mere pop tune. Perfect for chasing sunsets.

Big Room Progressive House
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Mar
28

Conro

Heart Of Glass (Remix)

Even if you are one of those who people can't seem to dump endorphins to big room any longer, this track will manage to squeeze them out thanks seesawing kicks and chords that seem to rise to infinite levels.

Tech House
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Mar
28

Mark Knight

Shake That (Remix)

Pure hotness, this track is destined to light up any serious club. Might as well grab a mojito because things are about to get sweaty.

Trance
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Mar
27

Ilan Bluestone

Big Ben (Original Mix)

This track thumps relentlessly, and given the driving diddy of a melody, this thumping satiates all auditory hunger. Think peak hour professionalism.

Trance
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Mar
26

Tygris

Lyra (Original Mix)

This track's beautiful chanting alongside its copious number of soaring chords makes it the perfect mid-week escape. Hopefully, you aren't scared of heights!

Dance
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Mar
26

Croatia Squad

Pop Your Pu**y (Original Mix)

Explicit, funky, and bouncy, this track is sure to get you doing all sorts of weird things on the dance floor, atop the bar, in your kitchen, within your office...in fact, this song going to make things weird wherever it's played.

Electro House
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Mar
25

Lazy Rich & Special Features

Beginning Of The World (Original Mix)

It should come as no surprise that this track is being released by Avicii's label: It's musical, catchy, and pleasing.

Progressive House
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Mar
24

PROFF

What It Feels Like (Original Mix)

More glimmer than a Kardashian in sequins, PROFF laces this musical snack with shimmering vocals that permeate the disco touched chorus. Magic awaits!

Big Room Progressive House
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Mar
21

3LAU

How You Love Me (Original Mix)

This banger consists of equal parts main stream appeal and pure electronic hotness. Ripping chords compliment the pleading vocals perfectly.

Tech House
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Mar
20

Vice

Down to Funk (Original Mix)

"Mojito please. Make it two." That is the phrase you'll imagine yourself saying once this bouncy beachside tune shuffles across the expanses between your ears.

Trance
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Mar
19

Omnia

Bones (Original Mix)

These vocal breakdowns are so dramatic that they seem propel the chorus into another universe altogether.

Big Room Progressive House
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Mar
19

New World Sound & Osen

Colours (Original Mix)

This track offers stellar swooning vocals energized by multiple layers of side-chained harmonies and electrified mids, so ya, it's good.

Trance
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Mar
18

Mino Safy

We Own The Night (Remix)

It's rare for a remix to be better than the corresponding original in every way, but this is one such rarity. The tremendous vocals absolutely shine with these cruising trance melodies.