Matt Caseli and Marrs TV, two big room producers with releases for Spinnin and Axtone already under their belts, are giving fans a sneak peak at their new track, “Chemical Love,” with Joel Edwards on vocals. The original utilizes elements of rock and a friendly series of of chord progressions for its break, while Sultan and Ned Shepard’s take cranks up the electronica and runs Edwards’s vocals through a vocoder. This is their debut on Harem Records, and the full package is set to be released on March 11th.
For their follow-up to this summer’s immensely popular “Nova,” Montreal’s Paris & Simo are back this week with “Avon.” In our preview we mentioned that “avon” is “nova” spelled backwards, but what we didn’t say is that “Avon” brings progressive house back to basics as well. The duo took a straightforward approach to the pure instrumental track, keeping tones clean, production tight and builds solid. With a big room feel and a dance beat that can carry from club to stadium to festival grounds, “Avon” sets Paris & Simo’s bar high for originals in 2013.
Paris & Simo began creating serious waves after the release of “Nova” approximately 6 months ago. This time around they showcase their hard hitting progressive style with a teaser of their newest offering, “Avon.” If you haven’t noticed by now, “Avon” is “Nova” spelled backwards and happens to be the sequel to their first major release. “Avon” might not have the signature drop that “Nova” had but nevertheless, the breakdown is the textbook big room sound that all club-goers have come to love. These young Canadians boast an endless amount of talent, which has been displayed on our hour-long Axis podcast. Look for “Avon” to drop on Beatport on the 4th of February via Sultan & Ned Shepard’s Harem imprint.
In anticipation of Paris & Simo’s upcoming release “Time,” they are teasing the track with a Sultan & Ned Shepard edit on YouTube. “Time” is a slightly softer and more melodic take on Paris & Simo’s typical sound, but does not stray far from the synthy, progressive work we’ve come to expect from the duo. As the preview video suggests, the track gets dance floors packed, so it’s no surprise that the Canadian producers have been dropping it in sets for the past year.
Luckily, you don’t have to wait much longer to get your hands on it; “Time” will be released this Monday, November 12th on Harem Records. Look for it exclusively on Beatport.