We’ve come to associate Tom Staar with both a rowdier sound and his partner in crime Kryder, but the Londoner’s next output is a more melodic offering alongside Stockholm’s Style of Eye. Featuring an unknown vocalist, “After Dark” is a torrent of big room synths. Beaming with its pervasive, somewhat-stereotypical melody, the true potential of “After Dark” rests in its glitches, wobbles, and bass mutterings. Does it live up to the caliber of both these aspiring artists? We’ll wait for the full release to make that call. Style of Eye and Tom Staar’s “After Dark” will be released on February 25th, on Afrojack’s Wall Recordings. Click past the break for the preview.
After a wildly successful remix contest and remix EP for Zedd’s ”Spectrum,” it seemed only natural that Clarity‘s eponymous single should receive the same treatment. While the remixes started back in November with Aylen’s lovestep rework, it was only last week that Zedd unveiled the sumptuous roster of producers for the official “Clarity” remix package.
With renditions from Tiësto, Style of Eye, Brillz, and an orchestral edit from Zedd himself, the “Clarity” remix package is just as daunting as its counterpart’s previous package. Curious to see whose stole the spotlight? Click past the break to read our review.
Rebecca & Fiona are back–this time wielding a soulful dance hit that will carry listeners away like a roaring rip tide. The first single to be released from their second album (scheduled for debut later this year), “Taken Over” is an incredibly solid effort from the Swedish duo and undoubtedly promises to put them on other DJs’ watchlists for the remainder of 2013. Featuring strokes of genius from fellow countryman Style of Eye, this powerful mix from the double platinum artists exudes a literal smorgasbord of electrifying sounds that ranges from explosive synths to thundering lasers. This is an undeniably big release for Rebecca & Fiona and one that is sure to catapult the blonde bombshells further into stardom than ever before. Check out the official video and purchase below.
Swedish producer/DJ Style of Eye has provided the ideal soundtrack to your Halloween celebrations with his 30 minute Haunted House mix. Appropriately ominous and dark, the mix features tracks from Clockwork, GTA, Crookers and of course Style of Eye himself. Also not to be missed on the mix is A-Trak and Tommy Trash’s much anticipated upcoming collaboration “Tuna Melt.” Full tracklist after the break.
As if going head to head with Sensation USA on Saturday of Halloween weekend with All Mixed Up wasn’t enough, Pacha has added another show at Pier 94 to compete with night one of Brooklyn’s biggest white party on Friday, October 26th. The second show will have a bass-heavy lineup featuring Knife Party, Tommy Trash, Kill the Noise, Style of Eye, Baauer, and Destructo. Doors open at 10PM, so we assume that the party will be continuing until sunrise. Tickets go on sale this Thursday, September 13th, and we’ll update this post with purchase information when we have it. In the meantime, feel free to reconsider dropping close to $200 on Sensation tickets from Stubhub.
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Swedish producer Style of Eye might have flown under some of your radars but we’ve had a close eye on him for sometime now. He has established a reputation as a top producer with his fantastic remixes, including those he did for Miike Snow’s “The Wave” and Rebecca & Fiona’s “If She Was Away.” He keeps up the good work with his latest production, a remix of Kylie Minogue’s “Timebomb.” Don’t let the gentle beginning fool you, an acid-esque drop that Nicky Romero would be proud of is just around the corner.
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Sebastian Ingrosso brought his A-game to Roseland Ballroom over the weekend — and he brought a few of his friends too. Joined by Otto Knows, Style of Eye, and Carl Kennedy, the foursome of DJs was able to keep Roseland Ballroom sufficiently crowded until the early hours of the morning. There was a raised VIP area along the side with plush white couches, lots of lights and lasers, and an energetic crowd that couldn’t wait for the headliner to take the stage. The mood was set for a night of big music — and we were there for it all.
Linus Eklöw aka Style of Eye is one of the most uncommon yet remarkable producers amongst the Swedish league of talent. Previewed on Pete Tong’s Essential Mix and Felix Cartal’s weekend mix, “Devastate” is on the freakier side of things but in the most intriguing way possible. Being such a different and innovate sounding track, this free download is quite the treat for fans globally. Style of Eye does a perfect job at working in euphoric lead synths with devastating and hardcore electro-house breakdowns. He produced the perfect harmony of Yin and Yang melodies, and a production like this unquestionably validates how influential Linus Eklow is in the EDM world.
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Adrian Lux’s latest single “Fire” gets a variety of remixes from all different spectrums of the EDM world. R3hab, Jeremy Olander, Mikael Weermets, and Style Of Eye all give us quality renditions each exhibiting their own unique style. Let’s dive into the details after the break.
Is this the first house song to feature cheerleader vocals? Regardless, this is a big-time tune. Swedish producer Linus Eklöw aka Style of Eye gives us a solid house tune with some dizzying synths to finish it off. After big remixes of We Are Boys, The Trumpeter, and SHM’s Save The World, it’s no wonder that Style of Eye exploded onto the scene this year. Check this one out and stay tuned for the release.