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TripL Interview on Nagamag

Progressive House

What are the genres that describe better your music style?

While we've been known a lot for our progressive house in the past, this year we've decided to explore different genres and been switching it up a bit with classic piano chords in the break and a future house style Hexagon drop in both our Dua Lipa Remix and Never Gonna Give You Up to explore new horizons, which is something which we gonna keep pushing in the near future.

Few words about your musical background and career?

We each had different musical background, Lior played the piano and listened to a wide range of music from an early age. He has
been DJing and producing music from the age of 15. while finishing “Muzik” college school as an honor student he was releasing a few “white label” remixes that got supported by big names like: Fedde La Grand, Dave Spoon, Hard Rock Sofa and many more. While Omri started his career when he was only 14 years old. An autodidact and a perfectionist
producer/mixing/mastering with sharp senses for sound design. Working as a music producer at “Mantra Music Productions” for the last 10 years with more than 500 remixes and original productions. His first release in the electronic scene happened way back in his youth, signing tracks at the German record label “Platten Bank” supported by Sasha and
John Digweed.

Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

We actually started listening to club trance as kids. The good old Magic Sunrise compilations by Tiësto. Then we moved towards the house scene including legends like Axwell, Bob Sinclar and more. These days we're trying to explore more genres and decades of music. Gotta say that we're huge fans of the original disco and funk scene of the 70s! Pure music.

How would you describe your latest release "Get On Down"?

‘Get On Down’ invites you to adhere to the dancefloor-ready release’s mantra title from the jump-off, distorted house synths ushering in a deep, reverbed vocal that projects forth the hands-in-the-air, slinking house vibe before it’s even out of the gate – make no mistake these boys didn’t come to play. Fortifying their “Get On Down” topline that serves as the axis of the track for attitude-driven snaps of delivery and uplifting, vigorous energy to overtake like a tsunami.

Can you please tell us what you guys been up to in recent times, how were you affected by the pandemic?

We have been pretty busy actually, we were invited to take over guestmixes for a lot of renowned DJs such as Tigerlily and more. Still dealing with pandemic wasn’t easy and have lead to a lot of tours and festivals being cancelled, there was one in march that was affected the most. We were meant to play in front of 60,000 people known for being one of the biggest parties in the Middle East where we planned on premiering our new local hit, we made up for that with a livestreams full of IDs and Festival bangers. Despite all of that it didn’t prevent us from using the lockdown for the best and spend more time in the studio making a lot new music which “Get On Down” is just the tip of what’s yet to come. In addition we've released a Local pop hit called “Tamid Kadima” meaning always moving forward in Hebrew which talks about positivity and fit the current Covid-19 situation perfectly, the song received a lot of success with over million plays within the first two weeks, live morning shows performances and lots radio supports.

Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Diplo & SIDEPIECE "On My Mind"

Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

DJ Kuba & Neitan "Feel The Vibe (Keanu Silva Remix)"

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Entel – Atlas (Video)

“Atlas by Entel steps into melodic techno arp lines of cosmic energy that reflects on earth. Through a carefully story telling and solid mix invites us to an emotional electronica hypnotic dance.”

Entel is a Melodic Techno & Progressive House Producer / DJ from Columbus, Ohio.

Starting with guitar at an early age, Entel fell in love with the song writing process. Starting in bands, he began producing demos as well as helping other bands in town record their material. This developed into a love for synthesis and composing songs in Ableton Live.

While attending Ohio University for Audio Production, Entel began producing and

DJing music. Upon graduation, he moved back to Columbus and has been pushing his progressive sounds ever since. With a focus on emotional and melodic music that pulls its listener in, Entel’s goal is to create a freeing environment on a dance floor that encourages one to lose themselves in a moment.

When not performing, he spends his time at AWSOM Studios, producing music and working on an array of collaborative projects. In addition, he also has his radio show, ‘Entel Radio,’ with a focus on pushing Progressive House and Melodic Techno music in the Mid-West.

THAT KIND – One Last Time [Official Visualiser] (Video)

“Such a beautiful progressive house, the soundtrack that follows you back on way to home after a crazy Saturday night with friends, giving you a bit of nostalgia for what has end but a sweet memory forever. Solid production and wonderful sound design here.”

Fast-rising electronic duo THAT KIND are back with new single, ‘One Last Time’ – the follow-up to anthemic breakout record, ‘Lights Go Down’, which was supported on the UK’s BBC R1 & KISS FM, as well as racking up over 10 million global streams to date.

Based in Dunfermline, just to the north of Edinburgh in Scotland, THAT KIND – comprised of members Jack & Taylor – have been writing and producing music together since they were teenagers. Working out of their own home studio, their records mesh together warm, technicolour electronics, live instrumentation – keys, guitar, bass – and their own vocals.

Inspired by Jack’s love of dance music, particularly the slick, crossover productions of Calvin Harris, and Taylor’s fondness for bands like Fleetwood Mac, Crowded House and more recently, Paramore, growing up, their sound meets at an unusual intersection; “THAT KIND’s music is stealthy but the message is tender”, writes Lauren Martin in their artist bio, “weaving tales of romance and longing through their elastic beats”.

Infectious new single ‘One Last Time’ echoes those sentiments wholly and following the early success of ‘Lights Go Down’ earlier this summer, lays down a marker; THAT KIND are most definitely ones to watch.

Sleepwalkrs – More Than Words (feat. MNEK) [Official Lyric Video] (Video)

“Bring us the summer back and let us dance into a covid-free enviroment, concetrated positive vibes here and solid beats to make you dance! Or better we seek the open air dancefloors on south hemishphere and enjoy the hot weather with this beatiful progressive house story. A right tool for djs to wake up the crowd.”

UK dance music talents Sleepwalkrs and MNEK have joined forces on new single ‘More Than Words’, out today.

A four-to-the-floor groover, ‘More Than Words’ displays Sleepwalkrs crossover production prowess alongside MNEK’s superb vocal ability. It follows on from Sleepwalkrs recent hit with Hugel ‘Magnify’ ft. LPW and breakthrough single ‘Outta My Head’. Now collaborating with MNEK, whose global success stories include ‘Head & Heart’, the recent chart-topping collab with Joel Corry, ‘More Than Words’ is certain to further establish Sleepwalkrs as a leader in dance music production.

Real name Roberto Manfredi, Sleepwalkrs made a big impression last year when he joined his old friend THRDL!FE for ‘Outta My Head’, a single that garnered BBC Radio 1 airplay from Scott Mills and has since amassed 7.5 million Spotify streams. More recently he linked up with French artist HUGEL on ‘Magnify’, an acclaimed single that made it onto the Kiss ‘Dance’ and BBC Radio 1 ‘Party Anthems’ playlists, as well as being remixed by Mike Mago and Sammy Porter. Continuing his ascent through the ranks, Sleepwalkrs’ music has received further heavyweight support from the likes of Oliver Heldens, Hardwell, Cassius and Don Diablo.

GRAMMY-nominated South Londoner MNEK has worked alongside some of the biggest names in the industry, collaborating with the likes of Zara Larson, Stormzy, Jax Jones and Gorgon City, and writing with international stars such as Beyoncé, Little Mix, Dua Lipa, Christina Aguilera, Mabel, Anne Marie, Selena Gomez, The Saturdays and Clean Bandit. His back catalogue includes a number of worldwide hits including ‘Ready For Your Love’, ‘Never Forget You’, and ‘Blinded By Your Grace’. Most recently, his hit with Joel Corry, ‘Head & Heart’, has become a global success, topping the charts in a number of countries and marking his first UK #1 single.

An instant hit, ‘More Than Words’ is shaping up to become a permanent fixture in the charts and on the airwaves. An exciting display of UK talent, Sleepwalkrs and MNEK are ready to present the next global anthem.

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Pablo Iranzo – Something (Monsieur Adi Remix) (Spotify)

“A memorable deep house groove with captivating vocal and beautiful melodic arps. ”

The "Summer of Collaborations" comes to an epic conclusion as singer/songwriter Pablo Iranzo ( teams up with electronic music producer Monsieur Adi to release an electronica/early house remix of his upcoming song “Something”. The two track remix single, featuring the main remix (6'08) and a radio edit (3'39), is available on all platforms. The original version of Something, a dark electro tune, will be released later this year as part of Pablo Iranzo's second album.

Well-known for his elegant, imaginative and epic official remixes for Beyoncé, Lana Del Rey, Two Door Cinema Club, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Bastille, Ellie Goulding and many more, Monsieur Adi is a versatile and creative music producer, composer, and songwriter. He drenches all of his work in pure emotions and feelings that can sometimes leave the listener unsure if they should dance or cry.

Already available is a two track single of "Something" featuring retrowave/80s pop remixes by Plextro ( / and Disquette•s ( / :

Pablo Iranzo is a singer/songwriter from Munich, Germany. His music blends rock/pop with dark, gothic elements, sometimes also venturing into more electro sounds. His debut album, Blind Faith, was released in December 2017. He is currently working on his second album, due for release in the last quarter of 2020.

Klangkarussell – Follow (Spotify)

“"Follow" this brilliant sound design of Klangkarussell & GIVVEN at Bias Beach Records, delivering a summer melancholy through their chill house beats. Dreamy warm vocals and lush reverbs with a groove that will make you move. A song that you want to end a great night at club.”

Klangkarussell x GIVVEN’s ‘Follow’ drops almost a year to the day since Klangkarussell launched Bias Beachwith ‘Comoros’, their first single away from a major label deal that spawned hit singles ‘Sonnentanz’ and ‘Time’, and their debut album, ‘Netzwerk’. Going independent has proven to be a winning strategy: Klangkarussell nowhave over 2.75 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone, spurred by the huge success of a run of singles, and Bias Beach has become home to other artistic configurations such as GIVVEN, who featured on ‘Ghostkeeper’and comprise Klang’s Adrian alongside Jordan and Nico.

Adrian and Tobi’s last single, ‘My World’ (feat. Kyle Pearce), and the accompanying short film, revisitedenvironmental issues that Klangkarussell have previously touched upon in their songs. This single joined ‘Shipwreck’ as a two-track release and has so far had over 3 million streams. Ahead of this came ‘Ghostkeeper’, their previous collaboration with GIVVEN, which has now hit over 7 million streams.

‘Comoros’ was Bias Beach’s debut release, and at the time Klangkarussell’s first new music in over 2 years. The burst of studio activity had followed a summer of standout festival performances and sold out headline shows that saw them play to crowds in the UK (sold out Night Tales London), Europe (including taking the Saturday night honours at Benicassim), Beirut and South America. This January, Tobi and Adrian played another sold out headline show at Night Tales London (which saw queues around the block), with further DJ dates in Europe and beyond. Forthcoming shows have been cancelled and rescheduled where possible due to coronavirus.

Klangkarussell, which translates to English as "Sound Carousel", were formed in Salzburg, Austria by Tobias Rieser and Adrian Held. Both respected producers in their own right, they first broke through with the jazz-tinged instrumental club record ‘Sonnentanz’, which reached the Top 10 singles chart in 6 different countries, including No.1 in The Netherlands. Like many dance artists faced with unexpected success, a record they’d written for their own DJ sets had taken on a life of it’s own, and when a vocal version - retitled ‘Sonnentanz (Sun Don't Shine)’ and featuring British soul singer Will Heard - was released the following summer, the track charted in both the UK and Ireland, going on to become one of the biggest dance records of this decade (despite the pair shunning all publicity).

Following the success of ‘Sonnentanz’, the duo then released their second single, ‘Netzwerk (Falls Like Rain)’, featuring vocalist Tom Havelock, and which also became a hit. Klangkarussell’s debut album, ‘Netzwerk’, appeared soon after and sporting the singles ‘Hey Maria’ and ‘In the Crowd Alone’ appeared in 2016, followed by ‘Time’, ‘Circuits’, and ‘Good to Go’ in 2017. Musically, and with the type of creative freedom they had during their initial rise to fame, both Tobi and Adrian have entered a new decade exactly where they want to be.

Ollie Harrison – Liquid Sky (Spotify)

The latest release from biskuwi’s Mercurial Tones imprint welcomes Ollie Harrison to the label for his debut EP "Liquid Sky". Ollie was born in United Kingdom but he is heavily influenced by German and Italian techno when it comes to his style of crafting his own unique brand of deep techno. With a lean towards the deep and melodic spectrum of the genre, Ollie names Tale Of Us, Colyn and Mathame as one of the influences for his mesmerising and well textured style.

Beginning with the title selection Liquid Sky remains to explore the darker narratives for which he creates his own unique sound for. A warm but dark driving groove sits at the foundation while electric and oscillating LFO driven rhythms and meditative arps fill in the framework. Both ominous and enigmatic, it’s skill for the dramatic grows as astral tones and frayed percussion lead to an explosive break. The storyboard then leads into an emotive chord driven LFOs and glowing atmospheres providing a sense of directionless, before getting washed away into a sea of dark beats and rippling grooves.

Ollie rounds out the release by providing the second track named as Lucid Dreaming. Anchored by a warm, persisting groove, the UK artist’s finely tuned percussion and pulsating rhythms quickly appeals the senses. Melodramatic and interstellar in equal measure, lively atmospheres and a spaced out arp play off each other beautifully leading into the main break. Surely one for a peak time dance floor, it’s melodic drive caps off another must have release from Mercurial Tones.

SOLON – Ready For The Night (Video)

The mysterious phenomenon SOLON is back with a solid melancholic piece in the form of ‘Ready For The Night’. Following up his latest release ‘Together All’, he showcases once again how he masters the progressive sound impeccably.

Inspired by the future of humanity regarding cosmos and cloning technologies, the compelling track takes you on a journey around SOLON’s vision. The release is accompanied by a stellar video, bringing tribute to space exploration after the launch of NASA’s Mars 2020 rover to the Red Planet

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