For months now, global club land has hotly speculated the 100th release of Steve Angello and his renowned Size Records imprint. A decade strong and basking in the wrath of Angello’s post-SHM spree, Russian duo Mattise & Sadko join the ranks for a definitive celebration of their 100-and-growing roster of definitive house anthems. Premiered by Pete Tong on his Essential Selection radio show and showcased throughout Steve’s global tour dates of late, “SLVR” encapsulates the epic properties we have come to expect from such Angello offerings as “Yeah” and “Lights.” With a strong element of the Russian duo’s hypnotic melodic charm added to the equation, this synth-led record is more than worthy of the centennial Size crown, offering firm reassurance that Steve Angello and his beloved imprint are not resting on any industry laurels just yet. It’ll be available on Beatport on August 12th.
Steve Angello’s “Yeah” is known for its anthemic nature and is nothing less than powerful progressive house. Normally used to provoke large crowds, Steve is giving his production comic relief with the official music video. The video portrays an old woman and a young girl playing cards in a boring setting. The two drop the needle on “Yeah” and are suddenly suited as superheroes, ready to take off in a flying car to fight a series of battles. Watch the video and experience the unexpected visuals that accompany Steve’s 2012 gem.
Before Steve Angello’s 2012 “Yeah” was released as an anthemic hit earlier this month, the track went through a series of facelifts during a two-year production process. Turning back the clock, the 2011 version is the Steve Angello we’re more familiar with, featuring hard-hitting bass, rock-inspired leads, and trademark grunge at the forefront. Angello is giving away this edgier version of “Yeah” for the small price of an e-mail registration, so head to Size Records’ site to claim the download as your own.
Steve Angello has been cooking up a special production for two years, and finally, “Yeah” has seen the light of day. As previews of various rock-inspired versions have leaked during the song’s production process, the final effort comes with just the right sound at just the right time. Having been a work-in-progress since “Knas” was released in 2010, “Yeah” portrays Steve’s evolution both as a producer and a DJ.
“I just did this new version. I feel it’s more suitable for what I play and how I play — it’s more me.”
Steve Angello’s track “Yeah” has been in the works for quite a while now, and according to him, “it’s finally time to let it go, and put it out there.” After receiving a world debut on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, we’ve learned that it will be released on September 29th as the 92nd release on Steve’s own Size Records. The song is pure anthemic house, using big synths, powerful drums, and an infectious hook that you will inevitably be fist-pumping to very soon. It actually has a similar vibe to a Nari and Milani offering, and if you ask us, it sounds like the perfect replacement for “Atom.” Stay tuned for the full release in just a few weeks, but listen to the preview for yourself in the comments.