After seeing its first release rocket into the Beatport Top 10, Gregori Klosman’s Guru Recordings is set to unleash its debut compilation EP this month. Featuring five new originals from members of the label’s handpicked roster, the Disciples EP sets the standard for French electro. Expanding the boundaries of the genre, tracks from Teo Moss & Greg Hoffman, Damian William and Tony Romera & Burgundy’s borrow elements from rock, progressive and even hardstyle, while Sub Z3ro and Calvin Bride hold firmly onto their roots. Click below the break for the full tracklist, and head to Beatport June 24th to snap up the label’s first ever EP.
Having debuted his Guru Recordings imprint with “Serial Killer” back in February, the second installment of label action from Parisan heavy-hitter Gregori Klosman comes alongside national peer Tony Romera this month with anticipated promise for the European trail. The French duo’s formula is reassuringly simple, yet ever so effective: gritty low-end electro house from two artists who have excelled amid saturated times for genre and industry alike. The unpretentious simplicity is what makes “Bad Guy” a considerably successful second stint for Klosman’s recently inaugurated imprint.
Preview Gregori Klosman & Tony Romera’s ‘Bad Guy’ and enter to win Sennheiser headphones and a bottle of Pandor
With their new track “Bad Guy”, French progressive sensations Gregori Klosman and Tony Romera have teamed up to capture who is the baddest fan of all. The rules are simple: provide a picture of a typical bad guy or villain from movies, anime, comics, or whatever other resource you find, with hashtag #saygoodnighttothebadguy on Twitter or Instagram. The contest winners will receive the pair of Sennheiser headphones Gregori used on tour for the past two years at places like Tomorrowland, Amnesia Ibiza, Mysteryland, and Pacha NYC. In addition, you’ll get the bottle of Pandor that was used for the inspiration of Tony Romera’s new tune (pictures below). While you’re busy hunting for pictures, listen to their new Guru Recordings exclusive powered by electro lulls and heart-pounding drums — it’ll definitely have you conjuring up bad thoughts.
I don’t usually post edits, but when I do they are monstrous bangers from Dancing Astronaut favorite Tommy Trash. As if his electro attack on The Aston Shuffle’s “Sunrise” wasn’t frenetic enough, Mr. Trash splices his remix with Tony Romera’s latest original “Pandor” to give the track a brand new, 128 bpm jolt of big room energy. Cooking up originals and edits in his studio like some modern-day Doctor Frankenstein, you can almost hear the long-haired Aussie’s maniacal cackles under the thunderous bass. It’s alive!Posted by
Tony Romera makes his return to Nicky Romero’s Protocol imprint after taking “Iron” to the next level. “Pandor” features Romera’s signature weapons in the same taste as his previous effort. Building with melodic chords and anticipating synths, “Pandor” drops into deep, chugging bass that steers feet to the dance floor. The official release of Romera’s next original production is slated for a December 3rd release, so keep your eyes peeled for Protocol’s fourth outing.Posted by
Nicky Romero’s collaboration with Calvin Harris has settled in Beatport’s top 10 as an original mix, and has now been released in two new forms. Dyro and Tony Romera take their turns on “Iron,” and spice up the track with their own flavors. While the original embodied Nicky’s sound and Calvin’s trademark vocal, the remixes come with even more progressive energy. Dyro injects his bass kicks and synth layers while Tony contributes distorted electro. Claim both remixes, along with the original, on Beatport this Monday.
Iron (Dyro Remix)
Iron (Tony Romera Remix)
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It was just a few days ago we brought you Tony Romera’s grinding electro house tune, “MAD.” The up-and-coming French producer is already back with a follow-up, this time taking on Goose Bumps’ “Save My Life.” His latest effort departs from the hard-hitting basslines we’ve heard in the past from Tony, opting for a progressive melody with big room appeal. “Save My Life” features a slow-building lead layered under Vivi’s uplifting vocals and a giant synth-laden drop. Give it a listen and head over to Beatport to purchase via RUN DBN Records.
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Following up on highly regarded productions including “Public Enemy” and the soon-to-be-released remix of Goose Bumps’ “Save My Life,” French producer Tony Romera is back with his latest effort, “MAD.” Featured on Xtra Life New Talent’s Vol. 1 via Tristan Garner’s Xtra Life label, “MAD” features aggressive and ominous lead chord play and a grinding electro bassline that is sure to shatter dance floors. Already heavily supported by world-renowned DJs including Dada Life, Hardwell, and Dyro, “MAD” is a heavy electro house release that should not be overlooked. Give it a listen below and head over to Beatport to pick it up alongside Duher’s “Millenium.”
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Following up on highly regarded releases including “Public Enemy” and the Xtra Life competition winner, “MAD,” French producer Tony Romera is back with a preview of what he’s been working on. His latest effort, a remix of Goose Bumps’ “Save My Life,” departs from the hard-hitting electro drops we’ve seen in his previous productions. This time around, Romera switches to a progressive trance sound, incorporating a slow-building lead layered under Vivi’s uplifting vocals and a giant synth-laden drop. Check this one out and stay tuned for the August 10th release from RUN BNB Records.