Canadian producers Sultan & Ned Shepard have been releasing dance music as far back as 2007, but only recently really gaining steam and grabbing attention with big room hits like “Walls” (featured on Tiesto’s Club Life Vol. 2) and “Somebody to Love” with Dirty Vegas and collabs on huge tracks like Morgan Page’s “In The Air.” Now they’re back again with a free download of a new track called “Organ Donor” from their Facebook page. On this one, they strip out the poppier big room sound they’ve become recognized for and replace it with a sinister intro, minor chord progressions, and a heavier electro break.
Ok fine, even though it’s almost November we’re still hanging on to the last sweet memories of summer. Care to join us? Conveniently enough LA-based Ecto Cooler’s Sensational Summer Sunshine mix wraps up sunshine, bliss, and freedom into a tightly mixed one hour happy-go-lucky package. Relive some of the biggest festival hits of the summer (“Redline,” “Nothing Inside,” or “Walls,” anyone?) and be pleasantly surprised by lesser-known anthems as well (TheFatRat’s remix of “Brightside,” not sure nu disco has seen a happier tune). For you bassheads out there, Ecto Cooler also treated us with a womp-heavy sister mix, the Starlight version. Check out the full tracklist after the break and indulge in some summer nostalgia.
Candian producers Sultan & Ned Shepard have teamed up with Quilla to create the hugely emotive progressive house track, “Walls.” As a follow-up to their remix of Kaskade’s “Fire In Your New Shoes,” which was released on Tiesto’s Club Life: Las Vegas, “Walls” will be featured on the Musical Freedom chief’s soon-to-be-released Club Life: Miami. The track features a powerful synth progression accompanied by a heavy kick drum, all made so much sweeter by Quilla’s vocals. Check out the extended preview after the break and pick up the full-length on April 24th.