Update: The track is available now via Beatport. 4/24/13: Is John Dahlbäck the hardest working man in dance music? He follows up last week’s reveal of “Don’t Stop”, with a new preview for his next track on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings, “Nuke”. This one has a unique, almost wooden, acoustic sound in it’s drop, which [cont.]
Dance music chameleon John Dahlback continues to defy expectations with his latest track, “Don’t Stop”, an electro driven banger for his own MUTANTS label. Grab this today on Beatport or other fine retailers.
John Dahlbäck’s latest single for Big Beat gets a simplified video. Grab the single today on iTunes.
Vancouver, BC’s Lazy Rich teams with Gita Lake (spouse of Chris) for this offering on Lake’s own Rising Music imprint, complete with John Dahlback reworking.
Update: Available today on Beatport. “Resurrection” producer meets the extra-prolific John Dahlback on this massive, progressive banger. Due Feb. 11, 2013 on Spinnin’.
John Dahlback has recorded tracks for just about every influential house label of the moment, and for his next trick, he releases “Life (Diamonds In The Dark)” on Atlantic subsidiary, Big Beat. Remix support from Feenixpawl, Lazy Rich, and Lunde Bros. Look for this on Feb. 25th. FEBRUARY 1 – UNIUN – TORONTO, ON FEBRUARY [cont.]
House music genre-defier John Dahlback has had an amazing year, remaining completely unpredictable with each consecutive release. He previewed “Pressure” this weekend on Hardwell’s On Air, which will be released next year on Dahlback’s own Mutant Records imprint. Check the track below and prepared to be surprised once again.
How does it sound when a Swedish dj/producer and an American vocalist meet in a studio? What’s the result when two established men with a huge musical background decide to work together? Those questions will be answered now with “Don’t Be Silent”. John Dahlback has constantly been in the Beatport/Itunes charts on his Mutants label, [cont.]
The hardest working man in show business continues to deliver new material almost every week, today serving up the video for “Panic”, which makes a pretty innovative use of a brick wall and some chalk. The single is out on Beatport now, courtesy of Rising Music.
Steve Aoki speaks with John Dahlback about his recent Asia tour, as well as the new EP on Dim Mak The Trip.
John Dahlback gets checks from all labels. Already having released tracks on Mixmash, Big Beat, Phazing, Toolroom, Doorn, Spinnin’, Dahlback’s next will come on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, with the three song “The Trip” EP, which is available now.
There are a whole lot of names attached to this, but the one that got our attention is John Dahlbäck, who continues to reinvent his sound with each release. This track, already supported by Bob Sinclar and Kaskade, features a band of merry men signing the hook, with John’s bigger Swedish sound propelling the track. [cont.]
Don’t ever try to put Swede uber-producer John Dahlback in a box, he’ll flip you every time. On his latest remix for Promise Land, he provides ethereal vibes and a somewhat harder drop to this Georgi Kay driven vehicle. Out now on Beatport, courtesy of Atlantic’s Big Beat imprint.
Update: Out now on Beatport. John Dahlback has been a machine lately, releasing tracks for several different labels at the same damn time. For his next release, he will team with Laidback Luke for “Get Wild”, a previewed on his guest slot on MixMash’s prodcast last week. Check out a preview up top.
Update: Dahlback’s “Every Breath” is out now on Big Beat. John Dahlback’s breakthrough track, “Pyramid”, has always been a bit of an understated cut, one that slowly seeped into the collective consciousness. While Dirty South remixed the track when it first dropped, Albin Myers comes back with a better-late-than-never remix of it, taking it to [cont.]
Sir Dahlback will soon release tracks on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash imprint. But first, he helps the label celebrate 1 MILLION plays on their Soundcloud account, with this special Get Wild guest mix. 01. Kill Frenzy – Booty Clap w/ Nom De Strip & Peo De Pitte – Big Knobbler 02. Chris Lake & Lazy Rich [cont.]
Sweden’s John Dahlback continues to defy expectations, shifting between genres of house music with ease. His latest single is no exception. It’s hard to choose a winner in this new pair of electro-fied bangers, as both choose perfect vocal snippets to set-off their respective, punchy drops. Out today on Beatport.
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