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Lush & Simon – The Universe [Armada Trice]

Melodically solid, atmospherically amazing. There is a special place in ‘The Universe’ for Lush & Simon, just because they keep on delivering the finest progressive tunes.

This gem makes for a stunning addition to the Armada Trice discography!

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Third Party x Arias feat. Daniel Gidlund – Nation (Rise Again) / Power [Size]

Following hot on the heels of their private remix of Kygo’s ‘Firestone’, Third Party return with a three track ‘Nation’ EP for Steve Angello’s seminal label Size. Title track ‘Nation’ features Arias and Daniel Gidlund (on Rise Again). Opening with the aptly named ‘Power’; the EP will be available on September 25th on all platforms. This is the 5th offering from the duo since undertaking the sizable task of putting out 12 releases in 12 months.

With their recent output being released through a variety of labels, this progressive house EP finds the perfect home in Size. ‘Power’ builds ominously and courses with energy; culminating in heavy bass driven peaks throughout. ‘Nation’ is a euphoric, synth heavy alternative. Complete with rolling basslines, it showcases the production versatility Third Party possess.

About Third Party
Childhood friends turned accomplished studio outfit, a reassuring level of respect has met Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass’s journey from the unsuspecting backdrop of Essex into the forefront of electronic music. Since breakout offering ‘Release’, Third Party’s four-year rise has conjured some notably accomplished moments.

From performing at spots as diverse as Brixton Academy, Creamfields and Las Vegas’ XS to collaborating with Steve Angello & remixing Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Sigma’s UK Number 1 ’ Nobody To Love’, Third Party are building on their most prolific year yet and still have much more to come from their 12×12 series.


Arston – ID (RIP) [Revealed]

One of the top up-and-coming producers, Arston is making his mark on the dance music world at the moment.

Even if we’re getting used in waiting his unreleased ID tracks for a long time, this one is driving us crazy.

Premiered in “Revealed Radio 024” about a month ago, the Belarusian producer fired his nuclear bomb, which we assume it might be an exclusive in this year’s ADE compilation of Hardwell’s label.


Joey Dale, Rico & Miella – Winds [Revealed]

Before setting out on a continent wide tour of Asia with Revealed Recordings, Joey Dale has found time in his busy schedule to release a forward thinking progressive house track entitled ‘winds’, in collaboration with the classically trained electronic New York duo Rico & Miella. Returning after the colossal success of ‘Timecode’ with Revealed label mate Thomas Newson, Joey Dale’s ‘Winds’ is available worldwide now!

Built around the luxurious vocals of Miella, Joey constructs an elaborate, multilayered hurricane of sound to elevate the beautiful vocal track to a heavenly place. An energetic, kinetic and poignant slice of progressive house, Dale, Rico & Miella combine their respective skills to craft a track that is equally indebted to the signature titanic sound of Revealed and the classical flourishes that Rico & Miella specialise in.

With vital support already gathered from label boss Hardwell, with whom Dale released the exquisite ‘Arcadia’ with, as well as the aforementioned Asia tour on the cards for September, Joey Dale’s profile can only grow and blossom during the remainder of the year. With this track he clearly states his ambitious intentions and demonstrates his skill in a new musical territory. Catch Joey on the way up, ‘Winds’ is available on Beatport now!


Steve Aoki Feat. Matthew Koma – Hysteria (Tom Swoon & Vigel Remix)

Tom Swoon premiered his colabo-remix with talented Vigel in his “LIFT OFF Radio – Episode 086”.

It’s widely known that Swoon’s capability in remixing expands our imaginion, that’s why we believe that 2015 is set to be another stratospheric year for him, with more shows, more releases and even more big name collaborations.

His achievements of the past few years show that this is an artist that is definitely worth watching.

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Arston – ID2 (RIP) [Revealed]

Arston is the next big thing in electronic dance music. Everytime he unveals a new track he delivers another musical influence.

The Belarusian producer stands on the next generation of floor filling talents and Revealed Recordings should feel lucky to have him on their team.

Supported on every major festival in the world from ASOT and Tomorrowland to Ultra and EDC, on radio shows from BBC Radio 1 to Sirius XM, Arston made a huge impact only after a few years in business.

With crafted and unpredictable sound showing his huge potential, his tracks, such as this ID, are definitely the ones to watch for the next years.