Sorry about dropping the ball last night, I was super swamped with school. I’m making it my goal to bring back Thursday Tunes while Ryan is ghosting across Europe and you guys deserve the very best in progressive house. We’ll start things off a with a preview. Change is one of my favorite American producers in the prog game right now and this stream of “Restless” has got some serious playtime for me recently. He’s a true master at his craft and I can’t wait for his album to drop later on in the year. We’ll follow that up with another gorgeous original, this time by DML newcomer Drezo. The 21 year old producer out of Los Angeles captures the essence of Swedish progressive sounds and puts his own American flair into it which I absolutely love. Be on the lookout for more of him, possibly even a Fresh Squeeze, as time goes on. Our last original is a repost,as Ryan beat me to the newest cut from Hujje, but it’s well worth it. The brogressive house duo out of Colorado have yet to create a below average track and each effort is better than their last. As the year begins to wind down, look for more productions from them as they gear up for a life-changing 2013. Our first remix comes to us from Josh Dickens, an up-and-coming producer from the other side of the pond. Taking on Planet Funk’s timeless classic “Chase the Sun”, Edwards is able to breathe some fresh and modern air into the track. Look out for big things from this guy going forward. Our second remix comes to us from DML favorite Infinite Limit. He’s got a truly unique sound when it comes to his progressive house, but you gotta love the switch of sounds. The Georgia rookie takes on an REM anthem and makes it into his own. Be sure to check this one out. And because I am morally weak, I have also thrown in two mashups for you. The first comes to us from an Italian by the name of CheccoMan. Though it’s a simple A/B mash, he is able to weave NERVO and Steerner together seamlessly and the result is absolutely outstanding. The second gets a little more complex, but is well worth the listen. Borrowing off Zach Edwards’ infamous Coldplay v. Otto Knows mash from earlier in the year, Robin Songz takes the same formula and expands on it with “Fix You”, “Million Atoms To Apologize”, and Dave Anqii’s “BANG” as samples. The outcome is a festival banger perfect for any occasion. Be sure to check them all out and let me know your thoughts!