Release Promo Progressive House Hype Chart Week 25

Progressive House Promo Pool and industry hype chart – Release Promo share their weekly must hear tracks.

Luka Sambe – Liminal Shadow [Replug]

One of the five cuts from Luka’s new project for Cid Inc’s Replug imprint. Like all of the Australian’s work it’s highly musical, exceptionally groovy and it can fit nicley into a deep house or progressive set. Also with the Guy J seal of approval, say no more. 🙂

Martin Kremser – Zama Zamas (Dmitry Molosh Remix) [KDB Records]

The latest from Trockensaft’s KDB imprint finds the perpetually hot Dmitry Molosh with another peak time groover. Quite a departure from the original, very electric and no doubt a favourite of Hernan Cattaneo.

Alessandro Diga – Retrospect [Manual Music]

The second last track on Alessandro’s much anticipated debut album ‘Figments of my Imagination’. Heavenly melodies, reflective tones and surefire end of set material.

Michael A – Luna [Genesis Music]

The second cut from Michael’s brand new ‘Only Time remains’ EP, A grittier edge than perhaps we’re used to from the Belarus artist and definitely dialled nicely for the dance floor. Nice to see guys stepping out of the comfort zone a bit and challenging their audience with something new.

Nikko.Z – Vibrate [Movement Recordings]

A welcome return to Movement Recordings for Dopamine Music boss Nikko.Z this week. Although more of a techno themed release the last cut Vibrate comes with great crossover potential and definitely goes down as one of the Greek artist’s finest productions to date.

Erdi Irmak – Return of the Wolf [ICONYC]

Erdi’s much anticipated debut on John Johnson’s ICONYC imprint is excellent as expected. Melodic, trippy and just a touch wonky makes it a unique and inspired delight.

Sohrab G – Evening Glow (Silinder Remix) [Soundteller Records]

The latest from Deersky’s Soundteller records finds label artist Silinder going deep on his ‘Evening Glow’ interpretation. Emotive and hypnotic in equal measure and with that signature Silinder cadence. Hard to go wrong with this one.

Fractal Architect – Vox Populi (Rikki Sawyer Remix) [Stellar Fountain]

Ricky is perhaps one of he most underappreciated artists in hte progressive underground. Further evidence of that here with a very creative take on fractal Architect’s ‘Vox Populi’. The production is super crisp and it’s minimalistic design combined with some very cool edits make is a radical revamp.

Audiostorm – Invisible [Balkan Connection]

One of the five tracks on Audiostorm’s new ‘Love on the Dancefloor’ EP for Balkan connection. This acid fuelled, lazily tempoed, spaced out creation definitely hits the spot and is the standout on the release for us.

Paul Angelo, Don Argento – Final Sentiment (Bablak Remix) [Clinique Recordings]

Bablak has been on the money for a while now and his latest remix for Clinique hits the spot again. Top production, smooth progression and an old school sensibility that still plays nicely today.


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