Eric Prydz has donned his techno guise for new Cirez D single ‘The Accuser’. The vinyl version is accompanied by a Pryda remix of Cirez D's ‘On Off’.
Following a few adventurous weekends at Tomorrowland, Prydz unexpectedly dropped the SciFi-afflicted tune this Monday 31st July via his own Mouseville label.
Deadmau5 has begun teasing snippets of his debut film score. The producer expressing his gratitude for the experience with the Instagram caption: “First time mixing for film :) so much fun!”
As has been mentioned multiple times across the post’s comments, the mix does contain elements quite similar to that of 2014’s ‘Terrors in my head’.
While often quite responsive to his social followers, Deadmau5 has yet to reveal which film he is scoring.
In July, Eric Prydz announced he would be releasing a new Cirez D record, well today the Swedish don has announced that the highly sought after 'The Accuser', known originally to fans as 'Satan ID', will be out digitally and on a special all-blue vinyl from next week (31st July).
The special edition vinyl will also include a special Pryda remix of 'On Off', which will only feature on the vinyl release, much to the annoyance of some of his fans judging by some of the comments on his Facebook page.
Eric Prdyz was given a 160mph police escort to Tomorrowland after he almost missed his set due to his train being delayed.
It's common knowledge that Prydz doesn't really like flying and whilst he's much better than he used to be, if he can avoid flying he will.
So for his performance at last weekend's Tomorrowland, he decided to take the train, unfortunately, his train to Belgian suffered long delays which meant his set at Tomorrowland was in serious jeopardy.
Eric Prydz’s Epic 5.0 tour is in full swing and as promised by the Swedish DJ and producer, the new show appears to be nothing but, well... epic.
The visuals are downright breathtaking, featuring a perfectly synced light show, 3D holograms, a million-pixel LED backdrop and, of course, lasers.
Having wowed a crowd of over 10,000 with his new EPIC 5.0 live show in London last weekend, Eric Prydz has today confirmed he will rebroadcast the audio from the show this Friday via his returning Beats 1 Radio show.
You can tune in on Beats 1 Radio this Friday from 11pm BST (3pm PST) to hear the producer's new two-hour live show, minus the world's largest holograms, of course.
Eric Prydz EPIC 5.0, the new epic audio/visual show by the Swedish DJ, was unveiled last Saturday 27th May at his show in Victoria Park, London.
Thanks to one industrious YouTuber named Fred Klem, the entire set is now available to watch in full 1080p HD.
Eric Prydz wowed fans this weekend with the world's biggest hologram display during his EPIC 5.0 Steel Yard performance at London's Victoria Park.
Sharing a video from a fans-eye-perspective, Prydz showcases what he declares are the world's biggest holograms.
The Swedish don debuted his new EPIC live show to 10,000 fans inside Creamfield's new Steel Yard — and it looked suitably epic.
Ahead of Eric Prydz's historic EPIC 5.0 performance in London this weekend — where the DJ and producer will play to a sold-out crowd inside of Cream's new megastructure, The Steel Yard — the Swedish don has announced he's reviving his old moniker Tonja Holma.
It's been 4 years since we've heard any music under his lesser knowm moniker which he's only released four tracks under.