Posts tagged progressive house


Facade – Beats For Broken Minds

Superb new EP from London based producer, Adam Thomas! Out on JOOF Recordings!


Moshic – False Emotion, Philthy Chit remix

Superb remix this, slow and proggy but with some fantastic build up and wonderful atmospherics.


Pearl – X-Chrome March 2013

Superb progressive mix from Pearl in Goa, India. No embed link I’m afraid, stream or download for Frisky members after the jump!


Moshic – We Are The Extinct Tribe EP

Some absolutely fantastic tunes coming out lately. A brand new EP from the wonderfully deep Moshic with 2 tracks, We Are The Extinct Tribe and Sync Feelings.

1st up, We Are The Extinct Tribe, a bouncy progressive number. Nicely melodic in the breakdown.

The 2nd track is slower and deeper with some amazing bass lines. You’ll know when you hear them. 🙂 No preview available yet..


Julian Rodriguez – Twelve Months Ago

An utterly fantastic EP from Julian with some deliciously dreamy progressive House. The EP is on Elliptical Sun Records.
Remixes by CJ Art, Hector Sawiak and many more are on offer on this EP providing a rich variety of music to choose from.

Heres an early preview of the track until a youtube link appears. The track appears to have changed significantly since this preview, with far more punchier bass and ambience.


Fink – Warm Shadow (Paul Gilmore remix)

A standout from last year’s excellent Fink album Perfect Darkness gets an elegant rework by Progressive House / Tech DJ & Producer Paul Gilmore.

It’s great to stumble on an excellent piece of bootleg remix genius, seems like the countless remix competitions make it increasingly difficult to find true gems these days, not so with this little number.
Warm Shadow was always ripe for a progressive / tech remix with its triplet guitar pattern layered over that lovely 4/4 beat and Fin Greenall’s brilliant moody, bluesy voice and lyrics.
Staying true to the source material, Gilmore adds a really nice deep kick and slowly introduces subtle and simple percussion to tease even more swing out of the guitar riff.
With the vocal firmly taking the centre stage some great pads and synth work gently weave themselves into the mix over the six minutes of the track building slowly to a fantastic melodic crescendo.
It’s all about flow here and every element from the gentle pads complementing the vocal, to the reverse strings and piano licks that punctuate the chord changes bathe the ears in lush atmosphere the like of which I haven’t heard for a very long time.
A brilliant remix vaguely reminiscent of Way Out West at their peak, Paul Gilmore’s effort definitely deserves an official release, don’t miss out on this gem of a remix.

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