Eric Prydz has announced that his debut album will be released next year.
'OPUS' will arrive on the 26th February on Virgin Records.
The Swedish DJ also revealed dates for his EPIC (Eric Prydz In Concert) 4.0 tour, which has garnered a reputation for its technological spectacle. The last tour reportedly featured “holograms, 3D technology, and lasers” and Prydz claims he’s upping the ante for the fourth edition.
Back in July, Four Tet tweeted Eric Prydz to ask whether he could remix his nine-minute long epic ‘Opus’.
It looks like Prydz has made his wish come true, as producer Kieran Hebden (AKA Four Tet) has finally shared a remix of the track.
Hebden reworks the original with elements of his own production style, playing around with the tempo of the track’s arpeggiated synths to create a cosmic soundscape.
Ever wished you could hear dance music's biggest anthems — think Fatboy Slim, Eric Prydz, Shapeshifters and more! — played completely live by an orchestra? Well, Pete Tong has just made that happen! The famed radio presenter and DJ hooked up with BBC Radio 1's Prom series last night, to deliver a blistering two-hour set of Ibiza classics performed completely live with the Heritage Orchestra.
Fatboy Slim will present his new project Smile High Club at this year's SW4 festival, running 29th and 30th August on London's Clapham Common.
Returning to the SW4 stage for the first time in five years, Fatboy Slim will be joined by a slew of special guests in his Smile High Club arena, including one-off B2B sets from Gorgon City vs Pete Tong and Green Velvet vs Patrick Topping, plus a set from Hannah Wants and a special performance from Kölsch.
Faithless have been announced as Saturday headliners for legendary London dance fest SW4, which returns to Clapham Common on Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th August 2015.
The iconic live band, known for the spine-tingling riffs of ‘Insomnia’ and ‘God is a DJ’ and their infectious energetic live performances, are celebrating their 20th anniversary this year - and SW4 is the perfect place to celebrate!
From the chart-topping hit that he hates mentioning (it's 'Call On Me', shhh), to his on-going stadium-filling tours as Pryda, Swede Eric Prydz is one of the biggest in the game. He was even knocking off balls-to-the-wall techno, under his Cirez D, years before Deadmau5 got a sniff of Richie Hawtin and dancefloor credibility.
Fresh of touring with Pryda Friend Fehrplay, opening for Eric Prydz on his EPIC 2.0 dates, Jeremy Olander is still on the move. He recently released Vivrant Radio mix, for which he used his darker techno pseudonym, Dhillon and is gearing up to spin mega club, Hollywood Avalon.