Digitize Music kicked off 2018 not only with a fresh progressive banger, but also with a new look and branding. Produced by mysterious Argentinian producer A_C, “Voices” is a track with melodic leads and amazing feel good drop gives this track the stamp in the progroom scene it deserves.
In 2017, Last 3 Digits kept on moving forward, as the guyswere concentrating on releasing new material and bringing their sound of Big Room House and Progressive to the masses on a larger scale through their “Digitize” imprint, both radio show and record label.
Viralbpm had talked with Last 3 Digits about their ambitions, achievements, next steps and future releases: “We have just signed a lot of new music for 2018, so we will be focusing on new music in the new Year. I won’t be releasing any more music now till next year, but we do have some huge stuff in the works!”
Alex Balog‘s previous productionwas signed in Ensis Records, making his debut on the label with the track ‘Reverse‘, whereas Groove Cartel took the chance to premiere Alex Balog‘s latest free track, which is a remix of Steve Angello’s masterpiece “Someone Else”.
After his debut release called ‘Reverse‘ on Ensis Records, the up and coming producer from Athens, Greece keeps the mysticism and dark vibes that are surrounding his genuine progressive house releases.
Alex Balog has already got some great feedbacks from the likes of Regilio, Flatdisk, Hellberg, Mr.Styles & more about his “Someone Else” remix, while his latest release “Reverse” is supported by Blasterjaxx, Timmy Trumpet, Milk N Cookies, Unity Brothers, Simon Lee & Alvin!
Having won Tiesto’s ‘Take Me’ remix competition, which blasted his way into the music scene, the Greek prodigy continues to deliver excellent productions, in which you can feel the melodic break parts and the powerful drops.
Hailing from Athens, Alex Balog has already gained support from the biggest artists in the industry like Tiesto, Morgan Page, Djs From Mars, Dada Life & many more.
Among his previous songs and remixes you can find ‘Never Stop’, with vocals from the talented Edward McEvenue and his touch on JES’ track “All Night”.