Swanky Tunes tunes putting their Showland imprint back in action with its first release to follow February’s “You Are Like Nobody Else.” This time returning with Dvbbs and Eitro, the Russian squad comes equipped with more just than their roaring electro synths, bringing ample strings that nearly sound live to their latest offering, “We Know.” The collaboration flows with bass as much as it does guitar, and the vocal croons over the rumbles to blue electro with rock.
Swanky Tunes are teaming up with fellow Russian producer Eitro and Toronto duo DVBBS for their latest progressive house anthem, “We Know.” Introducing itself with some electric strings, the track works off a catchy vocal hook and a torrent of tugging, pulsating synths. The rolling drop is an adequate peak to the energy of the build up, and is sure to be further supplemented by the vocals in the complete version. Even in its preview stage, “We Know” is sounding quite engaging. The collaborative Russian-Canadian production will be officially released on April 15th on Spinnin’ Records.
After releasing a handful of tracks on Spinnin’, Smash The House, and Doorn Records, Russian DJ/producer EITRO has quickly climbed the ranks of the dance music world. His massive productions “True Story” and “Love 2.0″ have received support from some of EDM’s biggest names, including Sander van Doorn, Fedde Le Grand, Hardwell, and Tiesto. After building such an impressive resume, we were happy to hand over the Axis decks to him for our 34th episode. For more, click past the break.
Following his last success on “Love 2.0,” Eitro comes back with another progressive monster in “Character.” Fresh from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s own imprint, “Character” maintains the Russian’s regular progression while flirting with big room thrill. Pounding bass, growing synths, and melodic undertones serve as the track’s foundation before the culminating drop takes these elements to the next level. Continue keeping tabs on the rookie producer and find “Character” on Beatport via Smash The House.
As a follow-up to his largely successful tracks including “True Story” and “Best Friend,” Russian producer Eitro is back with his latest effort called “Love 2.0.” This track is in the same progressive vein as his previous releases, offering a building bassline that culminates with a melodic synth drop layered over pounding kick drums. Give it a listen and head over to Beatport to pick up your copy via Spinnin’ Records.
As a follow-up to largely successful tracks including “True Story” and “Best Friend,” Russian producer Eitro is back with his latest effort called “Love 2.0.” This track is in the same progressive vein as his previous releases, offering a building bassline that culminates with a melodic synth drop layered over pounding kick drums. Check out the preview video and stay tuned for the August 6th release on Spinnin’ Records.
Russia is fast becoming a serious rival of Sweden and Holland as the mecca of EDM producers. Swanky Tunes, Arty, Hard Rock Sofa and Matisse & Sadko have all emerged as great talents and now Eitro seems to be following in their footsteps. A few weeks ago we brought you Eitro’s single on Doorn Records “True Story” which has now reached #27 on the Beatport progressive house charts. Not a bad debut at all from a relatively unknown producer. Eitro has now followed that up with his new track “Best Friend” which he is giving away as a free download! This is another progressive anthemic track that we’re sure many of you will enjoy.
We would not be surprised if you have never heard of Eitro. He’s a little known Russian producer who’s track “True Story” has just been released on Doorn Records. “True Story” has already received huge support from Swanky Tunes and Thomas Gold, and if you listen, you will hear why. The track is a huge progressive house tune with elements that sound almost Avicii-esque. Yet it hits a little harder, giving the track a lot more bite than an Avicii production. This production just shows how much little known talent there is out there. We can’t wait to see what else Eitro has up his sleeve.