This Friday, May 10th, John Dahlback will be gracing New York’s Pacha branch with a bit of the ever-popular Swedish dance vibe. Over the years, it has become quite evident that Mr. Dahlback has the uncanny ability to turn the progressive house genre into something that encompasses that dark, grungy, nightclub ambience that so many of us crave. Dahlback’s deep and bouncy sound is the love-child of tech and progressive house — the end result? You get all the groove without losing any of that coveted 128 BPM tempo. Luckily for you, FromDJs4DJs is giving away a pair of VIP tickets to Friday night’s show. All you have to do is tell us why you should be the fortuitous fan we select — Go to Faceb0ok now and comment on the post: John Dahlback Giveaway
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Here is the second edition to what we hope will be a recurring addition (with your feedback) – “Remix Nation.” Concentrating, for the most part, on less-known DJs; however, this list contains some of the best remixes and edits that you might’ve missed over the last 2-3 weeks. The FromDJs4DJs team has been working hard to bring you the best music daily. And for that the team deserves great praise. So let us know what you think of this list and enjoy!
“This album is something I first started doing for my iPod. Something beautiful I could listen to on the plane, bus or wherever I was. I’m now sharing this with you. This is not EDM and not for the clubs. This is purely just for listening.” -John Dahlback
You heard it from the man himself. Going under the identity of Demure, Dahlback released this “Kill The Silence” album for free today. If you own any of the Buddha Bar CDs (for those who are familiar with those), then this EP is definitely for you. It is a soothing, sultry compilation of songs that have been seamlessly assembled together not only for his enjoyment, but now for ours as well. Dahlback has incorporated Erika Gellermark‘s (his own sister’s) wistful vocals on top of great electronic soundscapes that are available via the simple click of a button by “liking” his … Read more
It has been a while since I’ve seen productions from John Dahlback. The last time I heard a release by the talented house music producer was back in February for the track titledLife (register & login to view link), which was released onBig Beat Records.‘Life’proved to be a nice, uplifting progressive piece with a nice melody, beat, and of course drop. His newest release on the Spinnin’ Recordslabel. Start Lovin Youis an original production delivering some groovy house and massive beats that will keep your room moving.Johnhas been known for his amazing productions over the time of his career, I don’t think he will be stopping anytime soon.
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There are some major releases scheduled for February, enough to get all of us here at From DJs 4 DJs very excited. I’ve got the very best here for you, so take a listen, and let me know which ones you are most looking forward to!
Jack Back ft. David Guetta, Nicky Romero & Sia – Wild One Two
Fedde Le Grand – So Much Love (Deniz Koyu Remix)
Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht – Walking Alone (Arty Remix)
Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso – Calling (Lose My Mind)
Losing count of the number of inimitable remixes and originals Tommy Trash has released over the past few months. He has an exceptional skill at really making the audience wait for that killer drop, and it is delivered every time. After gaining support from Tiesto and other big names on tracks like “The End”, “Carry Me Home”, & “Edge of Earth”, looks like Mr. Trash is going to gain the support of many more. The silky smooth vocals in Dahlback’s “One Last Ride” is played with the perfect soothing notes by Trash. As he builds the track up, he sets you up for what he does best- KILLER ELECTRO DROPS. Tommy Trash is definitely a pioneer for the future of electro-house, that is going to make him rise to superstar status FAST, ENJOY!
In my opinion, John Dahlback’s recent delivery of remixes to “Invisible”, “Right There”, and an original masterpieces like, “You’re In My Heart”, all substantiate the fact that he is definitely a prominent name in the progressive house industry. His music generally has a beautiful signature John Dahlback sound to it that is bound to produce an emotional response from the listener- it’s that touching. The preview to his newest remix, “Big”, only reinforces my belief that he only has major success ahead of him and is soon to become a huge influential progressive icon. The combination of Connie Mitchells affecting vocals and the drop at 38 seconds will make you understand why. Additionally, I am including a download link to “Senses”, a track that Dahlback and Henrik B collaborated on. The beginning half of the song sounds more like John Dahlback, and then the drop gives the listener more of … Read more
The classy & beautiful Skyler Grey has once again gotten her tremendous voice and track remixed by some of the best in the EDM game. The remixes were done by none other than some of the most active producers right now- John Dahlback, Kaskade, Dirty South, & Whiiite (Dubstep). Dahlback, Kaskade, & Dirty South all bring their unique productions skills to the table and make 3 completely different remixes that will all be BIG hits at future festivals and parties. Which remix is your favorite & why? Please comment below, ENJOY!
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