Guy J, an Israeli producer we’ve seen steamrolling forward in 2012 with the launch of his Lost & Found imprint (under megastar John Digweed‘s Bedrock label), is out with his second release on the infant imprint. The two tracks “Vaga” and “We Do It Best” show, as always, Guy’s genre-spanning and melodic production style that lies somewhere in the midst of pure progressive house, tech house, and trance sensibilities. He’s also put out records on labels like Tiga‘s Turbo and techno mainstay Cocoon — only further evidence he can meld with producers associated with pretty distinct scenes within the genre. If you like his style, also take a stab at his guest mix from Above & Beyond‘s ABGT show two weeks back (in the last 30 minutes). Stream and purchase after the break.
Masterful deep house and progressive label Anjunadeep is at it again with the release of their Anjunadeep Remixes Collection 02 which manages to package up ten of the best reworks, reshapes, and re-edits from the scene over the last year. From start to finish this collection keeps it downtempo and groovy in the best way possible; it would work on a late night dance floor just as well as your next dinner party.
Unfortunately we do not have a full album stream for you, but we’ve linked to some of DA‘s favorites in the tracklist below and if you really love what you’re hearing, follow the links to purchase on Beatport.
Israel’s hottest house export Guy J is back on remix duty with his latest rework to Cristior’s “Crystals.” With the recent launch of his Lost and Found Records, Guy Judah continues his onslaught of progressive cut masterpiece making. His approach to production is simple: deep and infectious melodies meet around flawless rhythm and great progression. The end result — as is the case with this remix — is a track that you can get infinitely lost in — almost as if he’s taking you on a journey from first bar to last.
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Guy J, one of the finest house producers coming out of Israel, launches his very own record label with the release of “Lost & Found.” The groove-inducing song is an elegant progressive house offering full of riveting bass lines and punchy piano play. After the success of two artist albums on John Digweed’s Bedrock Records, and now the launch of his own Lost and Found Records, Guy J is quickly becoming a stand out act to follow.Posted by
“Cool” is the word best used to describe Eric Prydz. His last few tunes have blended the most unique of sounds and brought them together into a few unbelievable tracks. “2night” and his remix of “Circles” bring out the best in what Eric has to offer and sets the standard for what deep progressive music should be. “Meridian” is a little less spiritual and more of an array of subtle sensations. This is a little Deadmau5-y in the fact that it may not be a club stomper, but it definitely gets your mind jogging (think: “HR 8938 Cephei“). We expect Eric to be in the game for quite some time, he productions never get old.
NOTE: The wrong master track was uploaded to Beatport by Bedrock Records. Make sure you have the correct file before dropping this into your next live set.
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