EFL058 – Electric for Life 058 – Gareth Emery
No better way to start the year than with some banging new tracks on Electric for Life! As promised, we were treated with some amazing tracks from underground DJs like Belgium-based producer Ramon Tapia, Polish artist Sebastian Weikum (a personal favorite since his 2013 hit release ‘It Moves On’), Italian pioneer Bottai, ASOT regulars DRYM, and many more.
We get an exquisite taste of some EDM experts like trance heavyweights 4 Strings who make a great comeback with ‘Illumina,’ and longtime Anjuna producer Matan Zohar aka Mat Zo, who blesses our lives with ‘Don’t Say The T Word.’ It’s definitely worth a listen! Back to Sebastian Weikum, words cannot express the glory that is called ‘Chordplay,’ a vintage 80’s-like track under his Junostar Moniker. Weikum has become one of the rising stars of the Polish house scene with his remarkable nudisco/deep house/80’s style. Weikum has caught the attention of prominent record label Enhanced Music and has gotten much approval from Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Paul van Dyk and Tiesto. If these legends dig your work, then you’ve clearly got major talent! Congratulations on your EFL debut Sebastian!
The EFL Anthem title went to the flawless remix of Andain’s ‘Beautiful things’ by the extraordinarily talented producer Lanos. This absolutely was a well-deserved award. Auditors of EFL056, the podcast preceding 2015’s final episode, couldn’t get enough of the track’s uniqueness. Something about that climax that just makes you go “Whoa!” We couldn’t get enough of it, so we all demanded a repeat. Lanos, a 25-year-old British novice, is a self-proclaimed dance music lover, raver, producer and DJ, and has captured Emery’s attention since February of 2015. His first official come-out was featured on EFL018 as a guest mixer alongside Alex Sonata, Luke Bond, and Christina Novelli, and it was a success. Lanos is here to stay, folks, so do prepare yourselves for more knockouts! So much talent out there, and a whole new year to discover them. If this isn’t inspiration enough to follow your dreams, then I don’t know what is.
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