The jewel in the crown of Movement Torino’s Kappa Futur Festival is its evocative industrial location, the Parco Dora. The former home of a steel and sheet metal workshop — which was abandoned in the 1980s — it now makes for an incredible and sprawling techno playground. This weekend’s offering (Friday 6th July to Sunday 8th July) is the biggest Kappa Futur to date, with over 5000 Brits alone making the pilgrimage to Turin for two days of house and techno from some of the best in the business.
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Eric Prydz has dropped a brand new release under his techno alias Cirez D today, titled 'Dare U'. You can listen to it below.
The new EP lands via Mouseville Records, Prydz’s label used to release Cirez D material.
The Swedish superstar first confirmed news of 'Dare U' last week (19th June), after Carl Cox b2b Adam Beyer debuted a track from it during their set at Junction 2.
Eric Prydz has confirmed he is set to drop a new three-track EP under his techno alias Cirez D on this Monday 25th June.
The Swedish superstar confirmed that Carl Cox b2b Adam Beyer debuted the first new material from the release, titled ‘Dare U’, during their set at Junction 2 last weekend.
“Thanks Adam Beyer b2b Carl Cox for playing the brand new Cirez D ‘Dare U’,” he said on Twitter. “Three-track EP out Monday 25th June.”
Eric Prydz debuted his latest HOLO live show in Glasgow over the weekend (3rd June). You can watch a series of fan shot footage from the event below.
Taking place at Braehead Arena Glasgow, the performance showcased the developments to Prydz’s live show using the hologram technology that he teased in April.
DJ Harvey invited Skream, Peggy Gou, PBR Streetgang, Hot Chip, Felix Dickinson and more to his Discotheque party at Printworks London last weekend (Saturday 19th May). You can check out 10 massive tracks from the event below.
Eric Prydz has dropped his new 4-track EP ‘Elements’ which is available to listen to now.
The new tunes include ‘Obsessive Progressive’, ‘Project Love’, ‘The Hooks’ and the EP’s title track ‘Elements’.
He revealed the EP's release date via a social media update on Tuesday (15th May) as part of a promotion for his run of shows at Hi Ibiza this summer.
Eric Prydz has confirmed his next Pryda EP will land this Friday (18th May).
The new EP consists of four brand-new tracks from the Swedish DJ/producer, including ‘Elements’, ‘Obsessive Progressive’, ‘Project Love’ and ‘The Hooks’.
Prydz first announced plans for the new EP at the beginning of the month (Wednesday 2nd May) and partially debuted some of its tracks on Tiesto's Club Life radio show.
Eric Prydz revealed that he is set to release a brand new 4-track Pryda EP last week (2nd May). He has now shared the first listen to the release which you can hear below.
Tiësto revealed the new Pryda material on his Club Life radio show. The forthcoming EP is made up of tracks titled ‘Elements’, ‘Obsessive Progressive’, ‘Project Love’ and ‘The Hooks’.
Eric Prydz has dropped a brand new edit under his techno alias, Cirez D. You can listen to it below.
The new cut is an edit of BETON’s ‘Directions’ and landed on Tiga’s Turbo Recordings today (May 4th).
“Everywhere I played it, people asked what it was,” the label boss said about the original in the edit’s press release. “Recently, after having posted a clip of it online, an old friend by the name of Eric Prydz aka Cirez D asked me what it was and if he could have it.
Eric Prydz has revealed that he is set to release a brand new 4-track Pryda EP. He announced the news on Twitter.
There is no other information on the release as yet, aside from that it is “incoming”.
Prydz’s previous release under the alias was the single ‘Stay With Me’ last year. His previous multi-track EP as Pryda landed in 2016.