House Music, It's La Cosa Nostra

Sebastian Ingrosso



Back to full speed now that is up. So it’s time to melt your face with 3 Can’t Miss Tracks.

All 3 of these tracks have very different sounds, spanning the range of the beauty that is Electronic Dance Music, but hey, variety is the spice of life, and they are all unified by the ability to make you dance your tuchus off.

1) In and Out (Eric Prydz Remix)-Eric Prydz

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I don’t think Prydz has ever released a bad track, they all have such incredible build-ups, the truth is you’re gonna have to wait for the 3:30 mark to hear this track reach its full potential, but that’s the beauty in the thing. As they say, good things come to those who wait, and I believe Mr Prydz swears by those words. Don’t even get me started about his altar-ego, Pryda, either, who probably has those words tattooed on his forehead.

2) Rave N Roll (Original Mix)-Steve Angello

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Are you a fan of My GOD (Guns on Demo) by Laidback Luke? Yeah. Me too. Steve Angello pays homage to the timeless Luke track with this Banger. Ooooh. I said “Banger”… The forbidden word reserved for very few tracks… But I stand by my word. This one goes hard.

3) Lemonade- Boys Noize feat. Erol Alkan

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Haven’t stopped listening to this track in the gym all week. My man-crush on Erol Alkan has reached a fever pitch as he has slowly ascended into my top10 list of DJs I haven’t seen but need to. His camaraderie with BN is undeniable, and their other release, Waves, is a banger as well. Don’t bother looking for it, I’ll post it tomorrow because I love you guys.





Damn you for still being down. I apologize for our archives being down. Worry not, your daily tunes will continue to be churned out and I’d expect this problem to correct itself by Wednesday. In the meantime I will continue to use to host the new tracks.

1) Kidsos-Sebastian Ingrosso


This track is a clever edit of Ingrosso’s “Laktos”, cut up with the break from “Kids” by MGMT. The word “Epic” is vastly overused in the house music blogosphere, but I’m starting to learn that the biggest indication of an epic track is a track that can remove the bass, and low range sound for a long period of time, and still remain a track that is playable in the club, relying upon the sheer energy and excitement inherent within everyone in attendance.

It’s funny because when the DJ drops a track like that he often holds his breath, hoping that rather than stop dancing and staring around, and perhaps (gasp) leaving the dancefloor, people instead put their hands up and revel in life and the beauty of the music. In many ways it is an ultimatum, a litmus test, a way of testing how receptive the crowd is of your performance. Chances are, if you play this track, they will eat it up. I’ll know in two weeks when I drop it at Mad Ave, so I’ll get back to you on that.