Eric Prydz announced via Twitter that three new Pryda EPs will be landing soon.
The EPs come as Prydz celebrates 15 years of his Pryda Recordings label, with ‘Pryda 15 Volume I’ landing tomorrow, 21 June. ‘Volume II’ and ‘Volume III’ will land in July and August.
Eric recently dropped his epic remix of Camelphat and Cristoph’s 2018 track, ‘Breathe (feat. Jem Cooke)’, which you can listen to here.
Eric Prydz has teased a new 3D live show in his EPIC series, EPIC 6.0 Holosphere.
Posting the visuals on Twitter, Prydz shared the video with the caption "EPIC 6.0, HOLOSPHERE, TESTING..."
Prydz announced new show Holosphere would debut at Tomorrowland Festival, which takes place 19th - 21st July.
Check out the video below.
Eric Prydz has revealed the full line-up for his HOLO live show takeover at Creamfield’s Steel Yard, which takes place at London's Finsbury Park over the May Bank Holiday weekend, on Saturday 25th May.
Joining Prydz, the sold-out show welcomes Cristoph, as well as first-time HOLO performer Alan Fitzpatrick.
George Fitzgerald and Turbo Recordings label boss Tiga will also play their first B2B together on Saturday.
Where do you start with Exit Festival? From its rawer, more intimate early years through to today's monumental offering, this award-winning gathering has always been about free expression, experimentalism and activism. Not to mention incredibly good tunes.
Eric Prydz has shared his long-awaited remix of Camelphat and Cristoph’s 2018 club hit, ‘Beathe (feat. Jem Cooke)’.
With the original mix having been released as a “Pryda presents” cut last year, the remix beefs things up with a heady beat before veering into a typically euphoric breakdown and arpeggio-laced drop. We can see the lasers already.
Eric Prydz has teased a new Pryda summer tour.
The Swedish superstar took to Twitter to share the following post hinting at dates throughout June, July and August.
Back in January, Prydz announced a five-date Pryda tour that took back across February and March.
Eric Prydz has shared a new teaser video from his brand new audio-visual live concept show, VOID.
After having to cancel his appearances at Miami Music Week due to “an acute medical condition”, including sets at Ultra and a b2b with Adam Beyer as Cirez D, the beloved DJ/producer has revealed that the new show will debut at Creamfields’ Steel Yard on Friday 23rd August.
Eric Prydz has cancelled all three of his Miami Music Week shows due to an “acute medical condition”.
Prydz revealed the news in a tweet last night (26th March). He said, “I am really sorry but due to an acute medical condition I am unable to travel or perform in Miami this week.
“I am truly gutted to miss any shows but especially Miami as this is one of my favourite times of the year.”
Eric Prydz has announced on Twitter that he’s starting a new residency at KAOS Las Vegas on April 13th.
Held at Palms Casino Resort, Prydz' tweet links through to the KAOS site which promises: “Exclusive residencies. 100,000 square feet. Vegas’ biggest club is like no other. Your greatest night awaits—only at Palms.”
Cirez D and Adam Beyer have confirmed the debut of their b2b show in Downtown Las Vegas.
Set to take place at new open-air venue the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, the date, scheduled for Thursday, May 16th, follows on from joint shows in New York and Los Angeles late last year as well as the debut of their b2b show in Miami a year ago.
The pair have promised an extended set for the appearance and is their only confirmed performance in the city this year. Tickets are on sale now.