Back for Part 2 of Week 36 of The Club with a massive selection of progressive house and nu disco tunes that should satisfy all your big room needs. Check yesterday’s instalment of The Club for the electro bangers and stay tuned this week as still to come is a deep house section, as well as a tech house roundup that will keep you bouncing well into the weekend.
Today we’ve got a few remixes from the always entertaining Denzal Park, as well as a couple tracks from Michael Woods, including an ambient mix that is simply beautiful. Also on the menu today is the “Official Tomorrowland Anthem” from none other than Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and another remix from 21 year olds Paris & Simo out of Montreal, who’s recent track “Nova” has garnered support from a few of the biggest names in dance music.Download:
First up is dBerrie, whose recent remix for Passion Pit’s “Take A Walk” has amassed over 30k plays on his Soundcloud over the past month, and luckily for you, he gave it away as a free download. His latest original mix, however, is where we really see him shine as a producer. “Voices” has all the makings of a prog house anthem; dramatic builds and seriously uplifting melodies coupled with a steady bass line that keeps you grooving throughout.Download:
Maison & Dragen have probably been featured here on The Club more consistently than any other producer. Every remix, every original mix, every edit that these guys pump out is on point, and they have continued the onslaught of big room progressive house bombs with no signs of slowing down. Today I’ve got their remix of Delayers “Easy Up”, which takes a catchy melody and pairs it pure big room bliss; exactly what we’ve come to expect from the Finnish duo.Download:
Now introducing Jason Risk. The 24 old Australian – he actually recently moved to London – producer just gained notoriety for winning a remix contest of Morgan Page’s “Body Work” ft. Tegan and Sara. While the breaks keep the remix in the realm of progressive house, it definitely drives harder than the original. You can’t miss that 4-to-the-floor electro house beat and intense clap that alternates on the 2 and 4 count. We’ve also got his heavier bootleg mixes of “I Follow Brutal Rivers” featuring the lovely vocals of Lykke Li, and his rendition of Motown favourite “Keep Me Hangin On” from The Supremes.Download:
Digitalism recently collaborated with Tommy Trash for one of my favourite tracks of the summer in “Falling“, and today we’ve got their remix of The Rapture‘s “Sail Away”. With Luke Jenner‘s vocals echoing over the sound of the ocean creeping in, the German duo takes it away with epic synth lines and a heavy kick and a steady snare pattern that you can’t help but sway back and forth to. Check out the rest of the nu disco pack, a little section I couldn’t help but add in here this week. There’s a few remixes from young Finn Lenno, and another great track from Netsky who has been stepping outside his drum & bass background lately with tracks like “Puppy” and today’s “Love Has Gone” refix.Download:
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