Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The Game

First thing's first: SBTRKT's eponymous LP was released just this past Tuesday and it's positively inspiring. The production is spacious, the textures exquisite, and the vocals enchanting. His decidedly post-dubstep UK sound is wholly original and executed with such precision it's no wonder that this man has been receiving heaps of praise for his work. The cohesive beauty of the album is something not often found in electronic music, yet here it is evinced on SBTRKT's rookie effort, no doubt a testament to his precocious sensibilities. I've said it before, but I'll say it again: this is the EDM Album of the Summer. Check out two select tracks from the album below and support SBTRKT by buying the whole damn thing here; I promise you won't be disappointed.
SBTRKT - Pharaohs (Original Mix)

SBTRKT - Right Thing To Do (Original Mix)

Continuing with the bass music, this next track from Kid Gloves caught my attention because of it's uniquely genre-defying sound. Equal parts bass, tech, and fidget, this track is all funk. Show the Kid some love and check out the b-side, a banging french house jam, here.
Kid Gloves - Music Power (Original Mix)

DJ Skeet Skeet goes off, crafting a thumping banger out of a vocal, some 808's, and some funky mallets. Simple, yet effective party music.
Mattie Safer ft. Ninjasonik - That Your Girl (Skeet Skeet Remix)

I think I might be going soft. I haven't posted any off-the-fucking-wall dutch house in ages and I can see it every time I look in the mirror. Here's some good, old fashioned dutch house from 19 year old, American TON!C and this message is Sir Real approved.
TON!C - Me (Original Mix)

That's right, it's back. This is music should be enjoyed at maximum volumes; music that should be felt and certainly not listened to. Huge tracks from progressive house legend Fedde Le Grande and whiz kid Hardwell.
Fedde Le Grande - Metrum (Original Mix)

Jake Shanahan & Sebastien Lintz - Passion (Hardwell Edit)

P.S. The first 5 readers to send me an email at cargain@brightshinymusic.com naming the novel this cover art originally appeared on will get stickers sent to them so god damn fast it'll make their heads spin.


Monday, June 27, 2011

Avicii @ Glow, Fur Nightclub, Washington DC 6/25/2011

Avicii invaded our nation's capital this past weekend and completely tore the house down. Opening DJ Matt Goldman put on one of the best opening sets I've seen in a long time, getting the crowd's blood flowing just in time for Avicii's entrance with a concoction of progressive and techy sounds. Avicii climbed onto the decks around midnight to the raucous cheers of a sold-out crowd at Fur nightclub and proceeded to crush the dance floor with a 3 hour set that featured most of his biggest hits alongside other relatively unknown yet equally massive bangers. Good vibes persisted and energy was high throughout, with fists pumping and people jumping around from start to finish; ending the night with the crowd firmly in the palm of his hand. Toward the end of his set, Avicii played a murderous block of his anthems back to back to back, with the crowd belting out every song at the top of their lungs or otherwise singing along to the familiar melodies with unintelligible syllables of passion. It was exhaustively awesome.

This first track was probably one of my favorite selections out of the entire night, the first drop sounds absolutely INCREDIBLE on a huge system. Do yourself a favor and skip to the 1 minute mark and wait for the drop if you want to FEEL what it was like to be there on Saturday. This song is straight up massive when pumping through a PA system like that of Fur.
Hard Rock Sofa & St Brothers - Blow Up (Thomas Gold vs Axwell Remix)

Some of the Avicii classics that he played out..
Nadia Ali - Rapture (Avicii's New Generation Extended Mix) [Highly Recommended]

Avicii - Sweet Dreams (Avicii's Sweeder Dreams Mix)

Shermanology, Tom Hangs - Blessed (Avicii Edit)

Avicii - Levels (Original Mix)

Jovicii & Andy P - Don't Hold Back (John Dahlback & Avicii Original Mix)

For his encore at about 3 AM, Avicii played a combination of two remixes of the classic Adrian Lux anthem ' Teenage Crime,' starting with the techy intro of the Axwell Remode and mixing into the end of Daniel Rose's massive big room edit (download them both below). And then to follow that up and close out what was a legendary night Avicii did one of the coolest things I've ever seen live, mixing straight into what I can only guess was his personal edit of 1990's hip hop anthem 'Jump Around' by House of Pain, replete with fat-ass kicks underneath. Needless to say, the crowd went absolutely NUTS, with everyone doing their best to do as the song says and jump around like crazy people. I hope you're starting to grasp how fucking insane it was at Fur this Saturday, with people constantly going bonkers to the soaring sounds of the Swedish Savant, Avicii.
Adrian Lux - Teenage Crime (Axwell & Henrik B Remode)

Adrian Lux - Teenage Crime (Daniel Rose Edit)

House of Pain - Jump Around

For an idea of the general craziness that went down all night, check the video below. Also for more info on Avicii, be sure to check our interview with him if you haven't already.

Stay Classy,
Augustus + Sir Real

Sunday, June 26, 2011


is simplicity. (round 14)

Avicii - Fade Into Darkness (Vocal Mix) (Alex Prigenzi Edit) [Download Link]

Robyn - Call Your Girlfriend (Kaskade Dub) [Download Link]

Timetakers - She Blows (Whistle Tune) (Dillon Francis Remix)
[Download Link]

Armin van Buuren feat. Nadia Ali - Feels So Good (Tristan Garner Remix) [Download Link]

*Be on the lookout for our upcoming review of Avicii in Washington DC, we were there last night (it was straight up incredible).

Stay Classy,

Friday, June 24, 2011

Laidback Luke @ Glow at Lima - 6/23, Washington DC

I've been to clubs in LA, I've been to clubs in New York, I've been to clubs in Amsterdam, Berlin and Ibiza, but I have never once been to a club night which so readily abuses it's patrons. Promoters Club Glow have never in our experience put on a night that has been completely enjoyable, for a multitude of reasons, but last night was an especially apt example of the company's terrible approach to promotion. Throughout the evening our continual attempts to enjoy ourselves to the beautiful music of Laidback Luke were met with disgruntled looks from our fellow club goers, some of whom were bold enough to tell us to back off; that we were bumping into them.



I expect to get bumped into; that's what happens when people are jumping around like madmen to the sounds of a tortured computer. Belligerence aside, what is a man to do? We came to listen to music and dance accordingly, but how can that possibly be achieved in a space which is completely overcrowded, overheated and filled with disgruntled patrons? Club Glow's greedy approach to club promotion leads to a club overfilled with unhappy people just so that they can make as much money as possible. And the resulting ambiance is the exact antithesis of electronic dance music, a genre which is characterized by emotive dancing and general lunacy when enjoyed in a live setting. Not only that, but every single bouncer Glow hires is an absolutely unreasonable dickhead whose only aim is apparently pissing everyone the fuck off. On three separate occasions different bouncers told me I couldn't walk within 5 feet of the go-go dancers, for what reason I know not. I wasn't trying to attack them, I promise, just trying to move in a club filled with people that get upset if I happen to touch them on the way the fuck out of there.

Bad Boy Bill ft. Eric Jag - Got That Feeling (Laidback Luke Remix)

By abusing their customers, Glow fosters an environment of conflict and negativity with some patrons just tryna lose their face, while others delude themselves into thinking their going to an exclusive club in the city. Sure enough, the Fire Marshall arrived around 1:30AM to shut the whole thing down due to Glow's flagrant violation of building codes regarding the number of people allowed in the club at any one time, leaving club goers with a sour taste in their mouth. That's right, Glow is so greedy and selfish that it knowingly broke the law and endangered the lives of it's own fucking customers in the interest of making some extra cash. What they do is selfish and the polar opposite of what DC electronic dance music culture should stand for.

However, Glow is responsible for bringing the biggest names in EDM to our great city, and for that I give them full credit, as is due. While we may be there again, (and soon-- Avicii plays this Saturday at Fur... and you know how much we love Avicii) we strongly urge Glow to reconsider it's business practices in favor of creating a positive and more inclusive environment for it's patrons to enjoy. Furthermore, if you're tryna have a good time and dance in the District, your best bet is U Street Music Hall, where the vibes are always good and fun is encouraged, not sucked out of you at the door. You can find us there tonight, for a funky set courtesy of the legendary Chicago-house revivalist Derrick Carter! 10PM Doors | $10 | 18+

Moby - Wait For Me (Laidback Luke Remix)

That being said, Luke is an incredibly versatile DJ and killed it, as usual, spinning all manner of electronic music (that is, until the Fire Marshall showed up). Side note: the bartender at Lima was the fucking man.

Enjoy this unreleased remix from Luke which set the club ablaze.


Megabus Postin'

I am currently sitting on a Megabus, outbound from DC, inbound to NYC. I'm going up to visit friends and will be indulging myself in some wonderful big apple shows. Javelin, Beach Fossils, Punches, Ingrosso... it's gonna be a good weekend. Anyways, this free wifi is really making this 5 hours bus ride a pleasant experience and allowing me to post on the go. I've got a great selection of summer tunes for you today, so sit back and let the sun splashed music fill your ears.

First up is a remix of a Martin Solveig track. I have never heard of Bacau House Mafia before and I tried to go to their website to educate myself but it kept asking me to complete some bullshit survey in order to gain access... so I offer you no information about him/them/her/it. Great remix though. Electro indie pop gold.

Dutch duo Homework just released their new EP, Rally Raquet Club, on Made To Play Records this past Monday. Wonderful and soulful this EP ranges from deep/tech house to funk influenced lounge house. Really nice single, overall great EP.

Guys this is really exciting news. A brand new Birdy Nam Nam album is going to be released in September, and to make things even better, its being produced by Para One. This is a match made in heaven much like Grum v Nightriders. Birdy Nam Nam dropped the single for the album, Defiant Order, and it's everything you could possibly want. So crunchy, so distorted, so compressed, so beautiful. I'm having flashbacks to The Parachute Ending. I love the French. You NEED good headphones/speakorz/bass... otherwise don't bother. PS. Their website animation is fucking amazing.

Three kids from Sydney, Australia have banded together to form dancefolkindiepopelectronica syndicate Rufus. Check out their latest remix of Elizabeth Rose and keep an eye out for these guys, because something tells me that 2011 is going to be a big year for them. Download this track for free off their Soundcloud page.

Bonus Round:

Now I know PK gave you his favorite remix off this EP, but here is my pick. Jacques Renault for the win.

Love, Patrick

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Sounds of The Weekend

Laidback Luke is throwing down at Lima lounge in DC tonight to officially kick off the weekend. As far as weekends go this is shaping up to be an absolutely legendary one.. Laidback tonight, Chicago house icon Derrick Carter at U street on friday, and finally Avicii on Saturday at Fur. Bright & Shiny will be reppin at all of those so if you're there keep an eye out for some stickaaaaz. Anyway here's a brand new BOMB of a track from mr. Luke himself to set the tone for tonight..
Alice Deejay - Better Off Alone (Laidback Luke Remix)

Sticking with the big room dutch stylings, up next is the latest from Afrojack. To be honest I could maybe do without the vocals, but this is still fire nonetheless.
David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj & Flo Rida - Where Dem Girls At (Afrojack Remix)

This one's a little older but I don't think we ever actually posted it and I've been bumping it in my car recently, so I think it deserves a revisiting. Some hands-in-the-air massive progressive house at its finest from dutch youngster Hardwell.
Hardwell & Franky Rizardo - Asteroid (Original Mix)

I'm not the biggest fan of the first section but the piano breakdown about halfway through and the subsequent drop are absolutely gorgeous. This is one of the few times where a remix is actually better than the Avicii original.
Avicii - Jailbait (Vandalism Remix)

I posted the R3hab remix of Lady Gaga's single Judas a little bit ago. If that was the epic dutch version, this effort by Thomas Gold is the equally huge big-room progressive version. I still don't know how people ever listen to Lady Gaga's original stuff though.
Lady Gaga - Judas (Thomas Gold Remix)

Groooovin', catchy-ass progressive house from France's own Project Orange.
Project Orange ft. Moodyman - Bass Cowboy (Project Orange Club Mix)

Finally.. crank these next two up and be sure to have an absolutely mental weekend.
Pretty Lights - Empire State of Mind Biggie Remake

Pink Floyd - Time (Pretty Lights Remix)

Stay Classy,

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Little Focus

Maya Jane Coles, the young London based house producer who shot into the limelight with the release of the acclaimed "What They Say" dropped her latest, the Focus Now EP, not too long ago. For those unfamiliar with her work, and for those that just want some more of it, I highly recommend checking it out. Ms. Coles demonstrates her production abilities with a slew of deep, entrancing beats. The title track though a bit slow, features a soft and bouncy melody with a killer breakdown around the 3:40 mark. Check out the entire EP on beatport here and show the lady some love.

Patrick posted Breakbot's original, "Fantasy", and it's amazing video in his last post, but already we've seen a number of great remixes. None seem to be quite as fun and funky (dare I say funkier than the original?), as this one from Arthur Baker. If you like what you hear, it wouldn't hurt to check out the other remixes on the full release here.

This Perseus remix of Jeremy Glenn's "New Life" is perfect. Seriously. With enchanting spaced out synth lines, scratchy percussion, and tastefully cut/pitched down vocals from the original, this one's firmly worked its way onto my list of summer anthems. Download or buy below, and be sure to check out more from Future Classic records and Perseus in the future.


Tuesday, June 21, 2011

It Didn't Mean Nothing

It's finally summer, and with the good weather comes good vibes, good times, and none of that responsibility shit I keep hearing about from authority figures. When are they gonna give that stuff a break? It's getting old. Imbibe these tracks as you chill or, alternatively, rave face.

KanYe and Con$equence team up to produce this versatile party track, featuring Beyonce making the most (read: too much) of her vocal spotlight. But the real spotlight belongs to legendary ATL rapper Andre 3000, who kills the track with an irreverent flow characteristic of BasedGod and his retard rap while maintaining the intellectual and lyrical standard of Dre 3K raps.
Beyonce - Party ft. Andre 3000 & KanYe West [CLICK to download]

Teams (Knoxville, TN) and Starslinger (Manchester, UK) have combined forces to create this beautifully lazy, sun-drenched, hip-hop infused track just in time for summer. Flip this on as you blow some trees next to any body of water. And be sure to grab their collaborative 6-track EP, "Mexican Summer" here. Bonus: hilarious video for this all-too-short groove, featuring a very helpful alien.
Teams vs. Starslinger - Close to Me [CLICK to download]

What is it with all these collaborations? Tiga and Zombie Nation combine to form the insane duo known as ZZT. Their new track "ZZafrika" takes a couple minutes to warm up, but once the fuzzily pounding melody emerges you find your body jerking uncontrollably to a sound which can only be described as "BNR-esque."
ZZT - ZZafrika (Original Mix) [CLICK to download]

Electronically-trained musician Boy 8-Bit changes things up on this track, trading in his favored worn electro for some freshly-pressed tech house. This new latin-infused flavor is a great look for Boy 8-Bit and it sounds like he's been doing it for years. I have no doubt house legends like Carl Cox would have no qualms with throwing this track in a laid back set poolside in Ibiza.
Boy 8-Bit - Fire Extinguisher [CLICK to download]

Toronto's Poupon turns this screaming techno song into something a bit more palatable, while preserving the song's best and bleepy elements. But like the song say, you're gonna need a FREAK to get down with on this tech house groove. And for more AutoErotique sounds, come out tonight to U Street Music Hall for Dim Mak's Pickle Patch Tour to see them along with PeaceTreaty and many more! 18+ | $10 | 9PM Doors
AutoErotique - Freak (Poupon Remix) [CLICK to download]

Green Velvet makes it look too easy. New track "Millie Vanillie" is an instant classic, with a simple yet satisfying house beat, sassy soulful vocals from Russoul, and some atypical synth work to boot. This track will fit seamlessly into virtually any set designed to get asses moving.
Green Velvet, Russoul - Millie Vanillie (Original Mix) [CLICK to download]

Here's an old school techno track I unearthed from flawless Boys Noize Essential Mix. The message is simple.
Hugo Moya - Move [CLICK to download]

And last but most importantly... Get to twerk, there's a job to do.


P.S. Let us know what you think of the new album art in the comments!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Like A Dog Without A Bone, An Actor All Alone

Some old, some newer, some hot off the press, and a preview of what’s to come. I’m bout to blow yo mindd.

English label owner, producer, and DJ, A. Skillz released this remix this past week and it’s beautiful. I'm always pleased when songs from back in the day resurface as more up to date, and equally good, remixes to find a new life. Such is the power of electronic music. A.Skillz manages to blend the soul and funk of the original with a dubby breakbeat of his own in a remarkably unique way.
Marlena Shaw - California Soul (A.Skillz Remix)

I love when I can associate a good song with a good memory and I can’t listen to this one without imagining myself back in the Carl Cox tent being a loon. Good times. The original of this didn’t strike me as anything that special, not to mention it’s just a rip off of “Original Challenge” by Umek and Tomy DeClerque, but TJR comes in and gives it a techy makeover like none other. I hadn’t heard much from Mr. TJ Rozdilsky since his remix of “Spinal Scratch” by the one and only Thomas Bangalter, but I’ll be looking out for this guy in the future for sure. Underground doesn't stop.
Whitenoize – The Underground (TJR Remix)

I also came across this while going through his soundcloud, and being the Doors aficionado I am, I felt obligated to post this groovy track. Another perfect example of great old school remixes.
TJR – Stoners on the Storm (The Doors Bootleg)

To put it modestly, we here at B&S have quite an infatuation with Nightriders, DCUP, and Grum. As Patrick said in an earlier post, these are matchups we dream of. The previews of these songs, part of the Get Hooked EP released today, melted me inside. The full releases... well that’s another story. Both remixes are distinctive in their own way, but the DCUP remix is probably my favorite at the moment; his vocal chopping ability continues to win me over time and time again. Grum, meanwhile, takes a progressive approach with wonderfully layered builds and drops, which , as I write this, have now begun to question which is my chosen favorite of the two (as I realize I've now listened to it almost 10 times in a row)... If you haven’t already, I suggest you throw these last few songs on some big ‘ol speakers and make room for dancing.
Nightriders – Get Hooked (DCUP Remix)

Nightriders – Get Hooked (Grum Remix)

You know what it is. The wait is over and the much anticipated track, “Ion”, by electro house giants TAI and D.I.M. has finally been released. Fuck what all the haters say; unless you’ve heard this live, especially if dropped by Boys Noize at Ultra, your opinion is invalid. As much as I like “Lyposuct”, this one takes the CAKE. Yea, that cake. Might as well take your socks off now, their about to get knocked the fuck outta here.
TAI, D.I.M. - Ion

Finally, a preview for an upcoming bomb of a remix from Laidback Luke, that he will hopefully drop at Lima Nightclub in D.C this Thursday. B&S will be in attendance. We we so excited
(To be released on June 27th on Luke’s own Mixmash Records)
GTA feat. Zashanell - U&I (Laidback Luke Remix) [Mixmash] by upcoming-soon

Tensnake music video of his recent single I’ve been meaning to post. Man, I wish we were doing this at that age.


Munk, Asia Argento - Live Fast! Die Old!

Wolf Gang - The King And All Of His Men (Fred Falke Remix)

R.I.P. Ryan Dunn

- Jimmy

Designer Drugs @ U Street Music Hall, 6/19/2011

I'm gonna keep this brief considering its 5am right now. The Bright & Shiny crew hit up U street Music Hall for the Designer Drugs show tonight and officially had our faces vaporized by more than a healthy serving of high energy beats and bass-heavy destruction. The duo are officially madmen in our books; there must have been at least 10 stage dives over the course of their grime-laden onslaught which culminated with the drop of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit". Shouts out to Alvin Risk too, cause he threw down a flawlessly mixed opening set. We had the wonderful pleasure of meeting some of the Sex Cult crew throughout the night, who we discovered are equally as crazy and downright wonderful as all the aforementioned artists. For those of you not in the know, Sex Cult is a stacked record label owned by Designer Drugs themselves. If you want some of their ballin' tee shirts and stickers check out the merch hurr. And last but most certainly not least, it was awesome meeting a bunch of our fans outside U street and hooking them up with some Bright & Shiny swag in the form of lots of stickers. Keep spreadin' the love.

Finally for the music, here's a sampling of what Designer Drugs threw down for those who weren't fortunate enough to make it out. We've posted some of these before, but if you missed it check em below, cause they're all jammin'.

Designer Drugs - Through the Prism (Dada Life Remix)

Not sure if they actually played this but it deserves a listen regardless.
Stay classy,

Friday, June 17, 2011

Feature Post: Fabian

Los Angeles native Fabian Ordorica is a man of high flying melodies and punchy, energetic, percussion that give his tracks a very buoyant upbeat feeling to them. Signed to Binary Records, Fabian has written a slew of remixes for top artist such as Shinichi Osawa and Dragonette, as well as co-producing LexiconDon's 2010 electropop album Pink + Blue. Currently working on his own debut album, Say Goodbye, Fabian is clearly someone to watch out for in the coming months. His eclectic and diverse style has allowed him to have a part in producing everything from hip hop to french house and he seems to execute all his productions with a consistent crisp signature sound. He is in the process of planning a West Coast tour with fellow electro producer Justin Faust, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for a concert date in your town. Finally, I bring you the bright and shiny stylings of Fabian.

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In addition to that original, I give you this fantastic remix done by Pelifics

Fabian remixes:

This next one is a remix that Fabin did of a track by label mate Short Circuit. This one has been on repeat ever since he uploaded it to his soundcloud a day ago. Bassline city.


Fantastic new video for Breakbot's 'Fantasy' feat. Ruckazoid. Breakbot even makes an appearance, stylish high socks and all.

Love, Patrick

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Changed My State of Mind

So first things first. Tonight U Street Music Hall in DC is having one of their biggest events of the year tonight, Moombahton Massive IV. Now I'm not personally a huge fan of moombahton, especially as a headphone listening experience, but at a live show it's a whole different story. Bright and Shiny will be there so if any of you guys make it out to UHall tonight, come say hey and we can hook you up with a free sticker or two. So come get your dance on. Anyways... music time.

I'm a little late on this one, but I'm still extremely excited about it. New Nightriders remix of a Grum track. This is one of those dream matchups that I've been waiting to happen and it's been on repeat on my speakorz for the past week. This track is incredibly smooth, from the loungey synth lines to the catchy vocals.

Also check out the new original track that Nightriders just threw up on their Soundcloud.

Com Truise has been absolutely killing it lately both in terms of quality of his productions and in quantity. This Bright and Shiny favorite will be gracing the 930 Club on July 20th and we were lucky enough to be able to snag an interview with him, so be on the lookout for that in the coming month.

Disco aficionado and producer extraordinaire, Rockets brings us his new "sweaty" funk remix of Jacques Your Body by Les Rhymes Digitale. Sun-splashed and beach ready.

New York based Neo-Disco super group Hercules and Love Affair just recently did a cover The XX's 'Shelter' and they really revamped this classic in their own style. Bouncing bass and head bobbingly catchy percussion place this track in my daily rotation.


Wednesday, June 15, 2011

On The Edge

Robbie Rivera's most recent release, Imagine, is a massive slice of big room house that's jam packed with summer vibes. The release comes with two different versions, the 'afterhours mix' and the 'main club mix'. While they're both great, it's the main club mix that really takes the cake; the breakdown from the 4-5 minute mark is about as huge and amazing as anything I've heard this year. Turn this one up and let the good times roll.
Robbie Rivera - Imagine (Main Club Mix)

This next track by Arno Cost is legitimately so big I'm having a hard time coming up with adjectives to explain it,  I really don't think there are any that capture its sheer largeness. This is progressive house at its finest; almost 8 minutes of unrelenting fist-pumping awesomeness. Find a ridiculous sound system and play this as loud as you can for your own good.
Arno Cost - Lise (Original Mix)

An older Disco of Doom track that I stumbled upon recently. These guys really have a knack for making twistedly funky and awesomely produced tracks. Everything about this one screams "dance".
Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - These New Knights (Disco of Doom Remix)

Next up we have Diplo's most recent release. This track features a bleepy sort-of dancehall feel that we've come to know diplo for, and it's a pretty nice little stomper that I could see pumping through some dark basements this summer. Also it gets bonus points for the dope Beatles sample that comes in just before the 1st minute mark.
Diplo & Douster - ON !

Mirage is the newest track from progressive house legend Pryda (aka Eric Prydz). I was bumping this track in the car with one of my fellow Bright & Shiny writers Patrick last night and he mentioned that the opening build on this one made him feel like he was floating on a cloud or something. I'd have to agree, this one has a really airy, almost ethereal feel to it. Another chunk of progressive gold from mr Prydz.
Pryda - Mirage (Original Mix)

'Drift' is the product of an epic collaboration between two titans of progressive house, Adam K and Funkagenda. The track features a seriously catchy melody that gets explored in traditional progressive fashion, and it really pumps when it hits the drop. If you're like me this will be stuck in your head for days.
Adam K & Funkagenda - Drift (Original Club Mix)

BONUS Adam K/Funkagenda
Adam K - Hits Are For Kids (Original Mix)

Adam K & Kaskade - Raining (dance.love Edit)

Funkagenda - H3lix (Club Mix)

Also check this preview of Fred Falke's upcoming remix. It's a little on the pop side, but that piano hook is so catchy I don't even care, this is gorgeous.
  Florrie - I Took A Little Something (Fred Falke Remix Club Edit) by Florrie

Stay Classy,