Eric Prydz’ has dropped his new ‘Pryda 037’ EP through his own Pryda Recordings label. You can listen to it below.
‘Pryda 037’ is made up of three tracks, ‘Choo’, ‘The Future’ and ‘The End Is Just The Beginning’.
Prydz first teased that new material was on its way from his prog-heavy alias when he dropped a rather blatent, if detail-free, teaser via his Twitter account last month (October), simply saying “Pryda is coming...”.
Electric Gardens, who locked in Eric Prydz for their run of 2017 festivals across four locations in Australia next year, have added Jamie Jones, Sasha and Basement Jaxx in the second wave of artists announced.
The one-day event is set to roll through Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth between Thursday 26th January and Saturday 4th February 2017. You can see the full list of dates below.
The new additions won’t be playing the Perth date though, with artists joining Prydz on the West Coast due to be announced next week.
Eric Prydz has revealed the release date of his new Pryda EP, which is set to land on Monday 21st November. The title is still unknown.
Prydz shared the information in a statement via his Facebook page last night, which read, “PRY 037 21 NOV 16.” You can see the full post below.
No tracklist has yet been revealed, but it’s reported that Prydz has previously confirmed two tracks, ‘The End Is Just The Beginning’ and ‘The Future’, are set to feature. You can listen to those below.
Eric Prydz has revealed the first EPIC 5.0 live show to be announced, which is set to take place at Creamfields Steelyard in London on Saturday 27th May 2017.
The producer revealed the news in a video post on Facebook this morning (Tuesday 8th November). You can watch that below.
Eric Prydz has revealed in a new radio interview that his EPIC 5.0 live show is coming.
Prydz’ EPIC shows are amongst the most technologically advanced setups created for the live stage, with his most recent taking to the road earlier this year.
Speaking about his new show in an interview on Insomniac’s Night Own Radio, Prydz said, “We are currently working crazy on EPIC 5.0. I can’t give that much more information away. We’re taking it super serious now. Whenever the show comes out, it’s going to blow your head off.”
New material from Eric Prydz's prog-heavy alias Pryda is on the way.
The Swedish veteran has been dropped a rather blatent, if detail-free, teaser via his Twitter account yesterday, simply saying "Pryda is coming...".
Pryda is coming...— Eric Prydz (@ericprydz) 11 October 2016
Prydz has been toiling away in the studio all month, sharing clips of upcoming material.
Helsinki’s Philharmonic Orchestra gave Swedish DJ/producer Eric Prydz’s ‘Opus’ an orchestral makeover earlier this year — and it sounds totally stunning!
The rework was part of a performance titled Classical Trancelations in Concert which took place in late August and also featured covers of fellow dance anthems ‘Insomnia’ by Faithless and ‘Sandstorm’ by Darude.
Check out the live recording of the spellbinding version of 'Opus' below or check out the full recording here.
With SW4 just around the corner, this year’s after-parties will be taking place at London’s Electric Brixton, it has been announced.
Confirmed to play on Saturday 27th August will be Eric Prydz (who’ll play for three hours), Alan Fitzpatrick and Cristoph.
Set to play on the next day, Sunday 28th August, will be New York legend Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed (which’ll be his thirteenth appearance at the festival), Cocoon's Ilario Alicante and UK techno dons, Dense & Pika.
Deadmau5 has offered over 30 minutes of advice to upcoming producers, in a video recently uncovered from his live stream.
In the clip the Mau5trap boss, real name Joel Zimmerman, talks about how he started out in the industry and how, despite the proliferation of the internet since, he still feels “in person interaction” is key to new producers finding success. You can watch the full video below.
Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz revealed that they had been working on a brand new live show together last month (June), which they premiered at Tomorrowland over the weekend. Now you can listen to their full collaborative debut below.