Ryan’s been super swamped recently, so I’m putting the team on my back and bringing you those sweet progressive tunes yet again. I had to scavenge a bit, so some of these may not be exactly like what RyRy usually posts. In fact, some of these hit pretty damn hard. We’ll start things of with some Hujje. The two “brogressive house” pioneers recently entered in a Ken Loi remix contest, and they have this gorgeous tune to show for it. It’s not free yet, but take a listen below and we’ll be sure to update everything when it drops. Keeping them gorgeous synths going, we head over to Rome, where Quadro takes on Dirty South’s now timeless tune “Walking Alone”. It’s an absolute beaut and will be on heavy rotation on my iTunes for weeks to come. Getting into the harder side of things, ODMARK takes on Calvin Harris’ notorious collab with Ne-Yo “Let’s Go” and gives it a progressive house feel that also packs a serious punch. Fellow New Yorker dBerrie also drops by this week to bring us his take on Passion Pit’s new single “Take A Walk”. I’m in love with this one to say the least. Switching things up a bit, Alex McGhee takes on John Williams and his gorgeous score from the sic-fi flick “Close Encounters” and turns it into a progressive powerhouse of a track. Speaking of mashers, Sean Johnson takes CLMD’s song “Black Eyes & Blue” and is able to put his own signature spin on it while still staying true to the original. And to end the week off, it’s the Swedish prodigy yet again. Jakob Liedholm returns with this week’s product, a hard-hitting festival remix of Alesso’s “Clash”. God I love this job.
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