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Steve Angello’s ‘Wild Youth’ Album: A piece of art that’ll gain more value with the passage of time

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Gazlind – Sahara/Kiri [Buce Records]

Gazlind, the mystery producer behind some of the best remixes that have come into light over the last months, reveals his next original releases “Sahara” and “Kiri” on uprising Buce Records.

Premiered by the masterminds of this label, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, in BUCE RADIO episode #001, Gazlind’s new inspiration follows his previous release “Trouble” on Nicky Romero’s imprint Protocol. “Sahara” and “Kiri” are two pure progressive productions, which escalate melodically over some well-worked “Gaz” sounds and basslines throughout the tracks.

Gazlind has remixed Seinabo Sey’s “Hard Time” in a notable package you’ve likely heard before, and released a remix of Deniz Koyu’s “To The Sun” on Axtone, all while being anonymous.

Even though, the identity of this mysterious artist -or group of artists- still remains unknown, the fuzz around Gazlind becomes greater every day. Unclear if a duo or a single producer, Gazlind has been strongly linked to be Sweden’s Dimitri Vangelis of the duo that includes Wyman due to a slew of cross-promoted social media postings.

However, still unconfirmed, we can only enjoy the mysterious bigwig and the already released and forthcoming music.

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Alesso – ID (2016 EP)

Superstar 24-year-old DJ Alesso has just announced a number of his plans for 2016, including a series of EPs, festival dates, and even limited-edition merch — all as part of a renewed focus on his “Less Is More” ethos (also, conveniently, his Twitter bio).

According to a report from Music Times, Alesso plans to significantly scale back his touring schedule (though he did announce his headlining slot at Summerburst, the largest dance music festival in his native Sweden).

The talented Swede wants to focus on releasing music throughout the year via a series of EPs, emphasizing the accompanying music videos and art as much as the tracks themselves.

“I wanted to limit the amount of appearances I made worldwide in 2016 in order to really focus on the experience, and make it really special,” Alesso told the site.

“The EPs will also allow me to capture a period of time or an influence from a particular place and sound, then encapsulate it in one piece of work and later move easily into a new phase.

The clothing line will arrive next month (just in time for the holidays) and include a series of limited-edition pieces available for only 24 hours at a time.”

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