Review: The production genius that is Eric Prydz returns under his Cirez D moniker to deliver "Horizons", the heart stopping new weapon on his Mouseville imprint. He felt it was important, after the many copycat versions of his tracks, to deliver something for Mouseville that was not only devastating but also fresh. "Horizons" combines the sublime melodies and vocoded parts with slamming drums and Eric's characteristic killer bass. The flip side is a filthy affair with huge dirty bass and killer drums which will be played as a peak-time weapon by DJ's across many genres.
Review: A couple of years ago Fedde Le Grand was just another Dutch DJ whose name hadn't really crossed national borders….
Now Fedde is the dance music success story of the moment - a dance music hit factory that's second-to-none. He has
produced two singles of mammoth proportions. 'Put Your Hands Up For Detroit' opened the account in fine style, topping
the charts in October 2006 and riding high as the dancefloor anthem of the year. Then 'The Creeps' followed things up in
March 2007 - Fedde mixing Camille Jones' haunting vocals with his raw, bass-heavy production sending the track to
the right end of the charts yet again.
Now Fedde has prepared his third salvo and it's fair to say this young Dutchman is on a roll. 'Let Me Think About It' is a
masterclass in dancefloor mechanics and pop sensibilities. Fedde has remixed Ida Corr's original into one of the most
addictive and ingenious dance records for time. The track's monster hook is dominating dancefloors already, with Pete
Tong simply calling it, 'one of the records of the year.' Kiss FM have playlisted 12 weeks upfront, and with superhit status
across the Galaxy Network, it's already shaping up to be another Data Records smash.
Review: The anthem of the year is here! Lynx's unique and refreshing sound has shaken up the scene this year and "Disco Dodo" is set to be the icing on the cake. Already a massive anthem (and future classic), d&b DJ's from Andy C to Fabio and Hype have been all over this one, and now the likes of Laurent Garnier, Ross Allen, and Annie Mac are getting on it. This is a thumping tribal stepper that is not to be missed.
Review: Warning: "Yellow Brick", by Noisia, is going to be the biggest electro tune of 2007, released through the Division label. With Daft Punk, Sven Vath, Fat Boy Slim and Laurent Garnier all supporting it, you know it's going to be good.
Review: The music really speaks for itself on this one, Eric Prydz' 'Sweet Genesis' is truly enormous. This is a one-sided
limited edition as with the first in the OUT series. This record takes the slamming backing track of Pryda's 'Genesis'
and combines it with some seriously heavyweight samples to create one of the biggest mash-up records of the year.