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14 April 2021

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NARIK – ALBAFICA FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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Narik returns to the label with another superb effort titled, Albafica. This one marks his fourth cut for Bonzai Progressive and support continues to grow for his enriching sound and unique style. He became passionate about electronic music after listening to New Beat and House music. He was always on the lookout for the latest […]

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7 April 2021

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MONOTIQUE, NICO PARISI, FRANCO LA CARA – PULSAR FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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Next up on Bonzai Progressive we have the superb Pulsar, which comes from the creative minds of a trio of artists who have proven themselves time and again with quality efforts at every turn. Nico Parisi and Monotique renew their studio partnership after a successful first attempt, namely their remix of AudioStorm’s Rhetoric Monster. Joining […]

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31 March 2021

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JAYDEE – CONSTELLATION FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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We welcome Jaydee back to Bonzai Progressive with the fantastic Constellation which is the second single taken from his recent album, This Is Jaydee. We’ve also lined up another batch of experienced remixers to work their magic on this one. Jaydee remains a very well respected artist, thanks to his continuous contributions to the scene. […]

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24 March 2021

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ANDY WOLDMAN, GAV EASBY & SEA CHANGE – SWEET DESIRE FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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Andy Woldman and Gav Easby return to Bonzai Progressive alongside singer, songwriter Sea Change, who provides a sublime vocal on her BP debut, with the superb, Sweet Desire. A formidable trio, between them they’ve notched up some serious quality tracks over the years. A huge collaboration, we’re delighted to have them on board. #progressivehouse #bonzaiprogressive […]

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17 March 2021

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PCP (BE) – GIVING UP FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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PCP aka Pieter Claeys returns to Bonzai Progressive with the superb Giving Up. This one follows the Belgian artist’s solid remix on Corcy’s ‘Magika’ which came hot on the heels of his Summer 2020 cut – Fish & Chips EP, with both garnering great support across the board. A product of the 90’s era, Pieter […]

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10 March 2021

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HAKAN OZURUN – FRACTURED FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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Hakan Ozurun returns with the superb Fractured, coming fresh off the back of his top-notch remix for Planishpere’s Atmosphere. Turkish DJ and electronic music producer Hakan started his musical career as a progressive and trance DJ in 2010. After 3 years as a DJ, he found this was not enough for him and so he […]

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17 February 2021

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AUDIOSTORM – LOTUS FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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We welcome AudioStorm back to Bonzai Progressive with the superb Lotus. AudioStorm aka Ognjen Vukovic has a thirst for musical knowledge, he’s had it ever since he started listening to iconic bands such as Joy Division, Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode and more. After many years of learning and honing his skills, he is a […]

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10 February 2021

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AFTERHOUR TRAX 26 FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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We continue our popular After Hour Trax series with the 26th edition, featuring 20 of the finest progressive house cuts from our back catalogue. Tracks and remixes come from the like of Almi & Theus, Jaydee, Rick Pier O’Neil, The Siriusm Atlantic Ocean, Nico Pairis, Doriaan, Crocy, Seth Vogt, Olivier Pieters & PCP, Yuriy From […]

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10 February 2021

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FARAZ M – NURA FEATURED BY BEATPORT

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Palm Beach, Florida based DJ, producer Faraz M, debuts on Bonzai Progressive with the superb two tracker titled, Nura. Prior to DJing and producing, he had an immense passion for music, especially electronic music. In his late teenage years, house music and techno caught his attention. And in his early twenties, he was introduced to […]

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