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Stan Kolev joins the 25 year celebrations roster with a superb rendition of Antidote’s 2006 slice What Time Is Love. Antidote aka Laurent Veronnez and Marnik Braeckevelt started Antidote back in 2003 as a vehicle to churn out quality progressive trance with a techy edge. They found their home on our Progrez imprint which was responsible for a raft of top notch cuts from the turn of the millennium. Tracks like Paraglider, Velocity and Sciabada were go to tracks for many jocks building a set into a deep progressive journey.
Crocy gets back into the studio with vocalist Ashley Berndt for their most recent collaboration entitled Passion which is backed up with a solo effort from Crocy called Land. These two really shine when they get together, something just seems to click and the sound becomes magical. Great to see them back again and no doubt we’ll see more in the future.
Buenos Aires, Argentina, DJ and producer Luciano Delgado returns to Bonzai Progressive with another round of deep progressive vibes for our listening pleasure. Luciano debuted here back at the end of 2015 with the stunning Virtuoso EP which was very well received indeed. No doubt this latest effort will follow suit, delighted to see him back for more.
Marco Madia is back at Piston Recordings with his 11th outing on the label, and once again he delivers only the finest quality sounds that are perfect for the groovier floors out there. His last effort here – Gray Squirrel EP – saw great support from across the board which is a testament to the talents this guy has to offer. Always a pleasure to have his latest works drop into the inbox and no doubt we’ll be hearing more in the future.
Cryss shows up on our Green Martian imprint with the superb My Scary Dream which follows his debut slice Simple Pleasure on Bonzai Progressive at the start of 2017. Cryss comes from a musical family and this exposure has nourished his passion for music. He learned guitar and keyboards before finding his way into DJing and then producing. Nice to see him back and hopefully we’ll hear more from him soon.
Belfast technoist Louis Irvine returns to Bonzai Basiks with the stomping beats and penetrating basses of his new Saturn EP. This is his first solo effort since his Alpas EP back at the end of 2016. Just after that he had two smashers alongside fellow Irishman Conor Doc with Shade EP and Sequence EP under their Orenda guise. We know Louis loves to ramp up the deeper frequencies so make sure you set your bassbins to maximum effect.
It’s that time of year again when we head off to ADE and join in the maelstrom of meetings and networking interspersed with bouts of alcoholic beverages. It’s always an exciting time for us to meet old friends, make new ones and hear some excellent music in the process. That is why we like to accompany our treks to Amsterdam with an epic soundtrack compiled with avid collectors and discerning clubbers in mind. Our ADE 2017 compilations features a host of top artists with tracks and remixes from the likes of L.S.G., Rise And Fall, Phi Phi, Stan Kolev, Airwave, Basil O’Glue, Roddy Reynaert, Matin Caspi, Gai Barone, Iga Dep, Rick Pier O’Neil, Manu Riga, Gabriel West & Ricardo Piedra, Cortex Thrill, Alex Vidal, Greg S, Crocy, Bob The Groove, AudioStorm and Nico Parisi to name just a few. The perfect collection, jam packed with everything from smooth progressive vibes to the more deeper sublime progressive grooves, which are the perfect tools to ensure a fluid, dynamic set.
Cyprus based music duo Paul Angelo & Don Argento return to BP with the superb Truth. Last time out here they gave us their Voyager EP which gained great support among many. The guys started writing and playing electronic music as a duo back in 201 and since then they performed at top electronic music venues in Cyprus and managed to reach the Beatport top 100 with their debut EP, Bromelain. Their music blends elements of Progressive House, Trance and Techno and they have seen support from big electronic artists such as Tim Penner, Capa, Robert R. Hardy, Pete K, Dmitry Molosh, Simos Tagias, Chris Zag, Haris C, Paul Anthonee and many more.
Cherry Pheromone debuts on Bonzai Progressive with the tantalising progressive grooves of Tibetan Nights which also comes with a sublime remix from Yuriy From Russia. What a debut this one is, Cherry Pheromone digs deep into the progressive abyss on the Original Mix. The intro draws us in with deep lush basses and a tight drum arrangement followed by mesmeric pipes that give the track lots of texture and depth. On the break the we’re treated to a most captivating sequence thanks to a hair raising vocal and Ethnic flutes. A deep bass pulses before we’re launched back into full on mode for the duration. Such a special sound that will definitely grab a lot of attention.
Buenos Aires based DJ and producer Franco debuts on Piston Recordings with the superb three tracker entitled Go EP. This guy has proven his credentials with a raft of quality tech house releases in 2017. His tracks have graced labels such as Vudeux Records, Quanticman Records and Liquid Music with a healthy dose of support coming in from all quarters. Delighted to have him on board and no doubt the music world will be seeing much more from him.
French producer P.A.M.O. returns to Piston with another sublime slice of deep house in the two tracker Coitus. It’s been just over a year since we last saw P.A.M.O. on Piston, his last outing – Somewhere – gained great support and has since went on to feature in several compilations on various labels. Nice to see him back with another round of quality music.
German artist Relaunch unleashes his fourth studio album, this time our flagship label Bonzai Progressive has the delight in releasing the superb 11 track slice entitled Maybe. Inspired by the legendary Dorian-Gray parties at the Frankfurt Airport Relaunch became interested in all kinds of electronic music in the early 90’s. While going to many different clubs and events he began to find his way, created his own style and his excellent touch for tunes. He brings together a brought spectrum of electronic music and fingerprints his tracks that way. Starting as a passionate club goer, he moved to DJing and ultimately to producing and remixing with a high creative output. His sets are a mixture of atmospheric and impulsive sounds in which he knows how to rock and lead the crowd and to give them their kick. By using classics and tracks that might be one someday his sets are a must hear must enjoy experience. His first producing steps began in the late 90’s. Over the course of some years his brand of big, energetic, electric and atmospheric sounding progressive house won over legions of fans and brought the German producer to even greater heights. Meanwhile he has become one of the most sought after producer’s and remixer’s in the progressive house scene, working with international known artists and labels. His works have been released on JOOF Recordings, Mystique Music, Jetlag Digital, Lost Language, Green Martian, Overdrive, Bonzai Progressive and LCD Recordings to name just a few. His tracks are supported by the likes of John`00`Fleming, Paul Oakenfold, Markus Schulz, Indecent Noise, James Zabiela, Pascal Feos, Richie Hawtin, Scott Bond, Nick Warren, John Digweed, Sander Kleinenberg, Manuel Sofia, Sandra Collins, Taucher, Gareth Emery, Guiseppe Ottaviani, Andy Moor, and many more. We’re delighted to be hosting the work of art and we’ve no doubt that this one will go down a treat among many.
Fresh off the back of his superb remix of Airwave’s When Things Go Wrong on our new Bonzai Classics series, we welcome Blufeld back to Bonzai Progressive with the fantastic Tristful Sleeper which features two solid remixes from Eugene Becker and Narel. Never one to disappoint, Blufeld relishes in delivering sublime progressive grooves filled with raw emotion and wonderful intricate patterns.
Randy Seidman & Steve Porter join forces in the studio to deliver the superb debut slice Safe Passage on our main imprint Bonzai Progressive. This one is backed up by three quality remixes from Matan Caspi, Chris Micali and Ido. Randy Seidman is one of the hardest working electronic music artists in Los Angeles. His DJ sets are woven together with original edits, creating a unique atmosphere that has caught the ears of many. Since 2007, Randy has been the top support choice of Infected Mushroom, playing over 450 shows with them around the world (from Ecuador to India, Mexico to Russia, Canada to Ibiza, New York to Madrid, and countless places in between). They named Randy Breakthrough DJ-Producer of the Year in the prestigious DJ Mag Top 100 poll which has catapulted his career with gigs around the world. Since 2008, Randy has had a stream of releases supported by the likes of Armin Van Buuren, Sander Kleinenberg, Ad Brown, Omid 16b, and Matan Caspi to name just a few. Randy pursues his craft with exuberant devotion: a desire for the party, for the sound, and for the beauty of dance music. In the next few years, you will see his ambition take him to new heights – in music and in life. Once in a blue moon there comes along a prodigy that is noticed by the big guns and whose talent catapults them onto the world stage. Something of a child prodigy from a famous scientist father, Steve Porter’s first love was discovering electronic sounds at 16 years old. From Boston to New York, he has evolved from record store clerk, mobile DJ to New England rave DJ to landing on the roster at one of the most prestigious booking agencies in the world. He was discovered by Chris Fortier when Chris heard a CDR of his productions in 1999. Chris quickly brought him into the FADE Records fold. Soon thereafter, Steve was signed as the youngest member to join The Collective Agency; home to Sasha, U.N.K.L.E., and Lee Burridge. He began touring across the U.S., Canada, South America, Australia, Asia and Europe and has played alongside Sasha on the Airdrawndagger & Involver North American tours, Sander Kleinenberg on the Essential Mix Tour and also headlining a hectic schedule of national and international DJ dates. Over the last six years, Steve has amassed a wide portfolio of over 70 singles and 28 remixes under his name and the many aliases (Agent 001, HDF & Bons) used to suit the mood of the song. His myriad of tracks have been dominating dancefloors globally with the versatility of Porterhouse finding its way into the record boxes of everyone from Sasha, Lee Burridge, Derrick Carter, Carl Cox, Sander Kleinenberg, Mark Farina and Paul van Dyk.