Eddie Thoneick is back with another progressive hit in “One Good Reason,” and has called upon Quintino for its one and only remix. The track builds with melodic synth patterns and a soulful vocal, but Quintino changes everything with the drop, serving up his signature electro sound with just enough edge to juxtapose the core. While the original is dance floor ready, Quintino’s twist will extend its play late into the night, so head to Beatport to purchase both club rocking versions.
A Size Records release is always exciting, especially when there is a veteren like Eddie Thoneick signing with Steve Angello for the first time. Thoneick joined forces with the skillful Norman Doray resulting in a big room progressive anthem. “Celcius” leads off with a simple yet effectual melody, which is nicely complimented with trembling bass lines. As the release of AN21 and Max Vangeli’s “People Of The Night” album draws closer Steve Angello still hasn’t stopped releasing countless quality tracks on Size, which has led his label to the top of the pyramid.
As extreme competition defines both players and fans of the Euro Cup 2012, it’s nice to see a collaboration between the German and Frenchman, Eddie Thoneick and Norman Doray respectively. Coming off his last success “cialis cheapest
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