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Prog House

HARAKAT MUSIC – Don’t Want It to End: An Entrancingly Tropic Summer Dance Hit

This summer may not be as exciting as usual for many people. But still being able to appreciate fresh new EDM summer hits such as HARAKAT MUSIC’s single Don’t Want It to End is a massive consolation.

The Swedish artist and DJ infused much needed feel-good vibes in the entrancingly tropic mix which fans of Future Pop and Progressive House alike are sure to appreciate. The beat in Don’t Want It to End finds the perfect tempo to feed you reflective ecstasy and allow your rhythmic pulses to become arrested by the deftly crafted danceable progressions.

Don’t Want it to End is a perfect example of a multipurpose EDM hit. Whether it hits you on a Dancefloor or on your drive home, it’s sure to sweeten your mood.

Naturally, we can’t wait for the next hit of aural euphoria from HARAKAT MUSIC.

You can check out the radio edit of HARAKAT MUSIC’s single for yourselves via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Arswain – Pleasure: Pensively Raw Progressive House

Ahead of their forthcoming album LA artist Arswain has provided the perfect aural teaser with their pensively raw single “Pleasure”.

It’s not all too often I’ll hear vocals in Progressive House which captivate me. But through a mix of strikingly evocative lyrics and bitingly convictive vocals, Pleasure was a track which didn’t fail to let the melancholy it was born from resonate.

While the constant evolutions in the soundscape play a heavy hand in ensuring that you’re as arrested by the prelude as you are in the outro, ultimately, Pleasure finds its distinction in its ability to spill emotion from caustic and futuristic tones. Even though Pleasure is seamlessly melodic, there’s still a stormy sense of chaos within the soundscape which stays with you long after it has faded out.

You can stream and download Arswain’s latest single by heading over to Bandcamp now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Talia Perez releases her latest anthemic EDM Pop hit “Unstoppable”

Up and coming EDM artist Talia Perez has recently dropped her latest fiery Progressive Tech House mix “Unstoppable”. Her unique brand of EDM finds the perfect balance between danceable hard-hitting Electronica and powerfully resonant Pop.

The LA-based artist already exudes maturity through the solid and rhythmically commanding nature of her mixes and her naturally magnetic vocals. The dynamic strength in Talia Perez’s vocals is just as effective as the electric beats when it comes to bringing the high-vibe energy to Unstoppable.

To get to such a level of talent as both a songwriter and performer at the age of 18 is definitely a sure sign of the big things to come from Talia Perez in the future.

You can check out the latest release from Talia Perez by heading over to SoundCloud now

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Ryder Sinclair releases their most rhythmically commanding drop yet with “Through the Night”

Many old school artists have been pretty vocal in their concerns around it being all too easy to create music via readily accessible technology, but true talent will always float to the top. Which is why it was so impossible to miss the aural ascension of up and coming Prog House artist and producer Ryder Sinclair after their latest release “Through the Night”.

From the first few notes, you’re already intrinsically aligned with the arrestive, dexterous rhythms in Through the Night which contains massive choruses, stomach re-arranging drops, and Ryder Sinclair’s magnetically charismatic vocals. Through the Night may not be a lyrically driven track, but that’s not to say that the catchy simplistic lyrics aren’t the cherry on this perfectly polished anthemic cake.

You can check out Ryder Sinclair’s latest single Through the Night for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

J Shane – Flying: Promising Prog House

Is there any sound which gets you more pumped for the Summer than Progressive House? Probably not, which is why it was the perfect time for up and coming Catawba, US-based artist J Shane to drop the first of his tracks. You can expect a much heavier track than your average Prog House hit.

The instrumental mix runs through with little need of vocals as the beats are more than enough to keep feeling the rhythm of Flying. While the intro seemed to be slightly drawn out to the single, once you were in the safe confines of the bridge, it was easy to share in the anthemic hype from which the mix was born. There was also slightly too much feedback coming from the basslines, which made it slightly hard to listen to at high volume, the production also slightly took away from the intricacy of the single. Yet, as seminal work from a new producer goes J Shane still shows a lot of promise with his approach to Progressive House.

You can check out J Shane’s latest single Flying for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast