It’s been months since Eric Prydz has decided to grace the world with a new episode of Epic Radio, and this time he’s celebrating the return of Mouseville Recordings and the rise of Cirez D in recent weeks. Prydz rips through Cirez material new and old, celebrating his techno-focused alias first established in 2002. The majority of the mix is original material, but he also throws in his own remix of Dirty South’s “Champions” and a Deadmau5 remix of his own “Teaser” from back in 2011.
It’s been a long time coming, but Swedish Pryda advocate Jeremy Olander has finally formally unleashed his hotly tipped remix of Golden Girl’s “Kinetic.” Given a debut run on episode two of Eric Prydz’s EPIC Radio show last June, Floorplay Music has finally put us out of our misery with a pre-summer landmark from the fast-ascending talent behind “Let Me Feel.” Five years down the line, “Kinetic” receives a wholeheartedly Olander-esque injection of ungroomed yet uplifting progressive house, breezing into another well-deserved home run for the Scandinavian frontrunner that can do no wrong for nation and craft alike. Hit more to hear musical history remodelled.
We’re big fans of Eric Prydz; you know this. So naturally, Eric’s serial Epic Radio podcast is always a treat. Aside from witnessing a Pryda live set firsthand, Epic Radio is the best way to catch a glimpse of unreleased Pryda material with a bit of Prydz commentary thrown in on top. Epic Radio is also the medium for Eric to debut upcoming Pryda Friends’ releases, with this episode putting the spotlight on Eric’s forthcoming remix of Jeremy Olander’s “Let Me Feel” and his upcoming original “Power Drive.” More than anything though, Epic Radio is a glimpse into the musical mind of one of Sweden’s greatest talents.
We’re really enjoying the seventh installment of Epic Radio, and we think you will too. Click past the break for a full tracklist, and download the podcast for free from iTunes.
Eric Prydz is already starting off 2013 strong, lending a remixing hand to Jeremy Olander‘s “Let Me Feel” — the newcomer’s impending fourth release on Pryda Friends. Prydz’s dub mix is a darker, more driving take on Olander’s lighthearted original but still positively reeking of that melodic Prydz sound. Preview the radio rip from Epic Radio 007 after the break, and look for a release in early February.
First premiered on Eric Prydz’s Epic Radio, “I Can’t Stop It” is Fehrplay’s follow up to his massive remix of “Everyday.” The Pryda understudy is moving up in the world of EDM quickly, having already made his American debut by opening at the Roseland Ballroom in support of Prydz. While his previous originals “Incognito” and “Nightride” first caught our attention, Fehrplay’s forthcoming “I Can’t Stop It” is sustaining our belief in the Norwegian newcomer. With an addictive vocal hook, an engrossing, chord-laden breakdown, and a clean, sparkling drop, “I Can’t Stop It” is shaping up to be a huge release. “I Can’t Stop It” is due out on Pryda Friends in January.
Pryda is back with episode number five of his stunning monthly podcast, Epic Radio. As we’ve noticed in the past, Epic Radio has quickly become the go-to for those of us drooling for Eric Prydz, Pryda, Pryda Friends, Cirez D,Tonja Holma exclusives, private edits, and new IDs. Unlike many of the typical podcasts out there, Epic Radio is always like a mini album release from this Swedish heavyweight. This newest episode has not one, not two, but three ID tracks. It’s totally signature Pryda, but it’s a sound of that we do not tire. The mix also highlights a track of which we’ve been waiting to hear more, Pryda’s “Sol (Everyday of My Life” with Dajae, a new Pryda cut called “Clapham,” and a Eric Prydz dub of Calvin Harris’s ever-popular “Flashback.” He also throws in a new Fehrplay single entitled “I Can’t Stop It.” Enjoy this one, we sure did.
Eric Prydz’ assault on America with Identity Festival and some other special shows is just a few weeks away, and he has just released another episode of his EPIC podcast giving us even more music to look forward to. Much like the first episode of the show, Prydz keeps it to mainly his own productions, peppering the hour-long mix with various ID tracks and a few selections from other artists. Despite just releasing his Eric Prydz Presents Pryda album, the new material shows that Pryda isn’t anywhere near slowing down — and hopefully if his first US tour goes over well, we’ll be able to get him back for another one. It’s borderline offensive that the only show he’s playing in New York is Identity Fest, is it not?
To listen to the first episode, go here.
The first episode of Eric Prydz’s new podcast, EPIC Radio, is officially available on iTunes. Just like Refune Radio and most of the other DJ podcasts out there, it clocks in at one hour exactly, and a quick perusal of the track listing reveals a few selections from the upcoming Pryda album and tracks from a few others. In this first episode, Eric keeps things close to home by including his “very private remix” of “Midnight City,” and a mashup from Miami 2012. We won’t keep you any longer — grab the free download on iTunes below!
With the abundance of new music and talent on the EDM landscape, DJs have turned to podcasts as a way to display their newest works and the works of those they support. Joining the likes of Avicii and Sebastian Ingrosso, who recently launched their own radio shows, Eric Prydz unveils EPIC Radio. Starting this Friday, the mix will feature brand new tracks from the Pryda camp, unreleased bootlegs, private remixes and lots more.
To many die hard Pryda fans, this comes as great news. With a monthly radio show, some of the unreleased IDs that have piled up over the years could see the light of day. Check back here on Friday for a link to download.Posted by