In the lead up to our April edition of Prognosis our headlining guest, Verve, has offered up his skills to mix the next installment in our Prognosis Promo Mix series. Delivering a storming 1 hour mix full of prog and tech sounds this is a taster of what you can expect come April 20th @ Loop. The mix is now available to download and stream for free via our Prognosis Soundcloud account. Enjoy!
01. Reflection Soul – Nova (Original Mix) [Stereo Paradise]
02. PROFF – Countdown (Original Mix) [Intricate Records]
03. Poison Pro – Alien (Kobana’s Darkside Dub) [Proton]
04. Kastis Torrau & Arnas D – Atlantic (Original Mix) [Perspectives Digital]
05. Quivver – The Fog (Kassey Voorn Vintage Mix) [FutureForm Music]
06. Dousk – Hammer (Jamie Stevens & Steve Ward Remix) [Vapour]
07. Dapple Apple – Hubble Sphere (Verve Remix) [Particles]
08. Guy J – Lost n Found (Sahar Z & Guy Mantzur Remix) [Lost & Found]
09. Hells Kitchen – Nothing But Fire (Original Mix) [Stereo Paradise]
10. Thank You City – Ten Thousand Hours (Original Mix) [Chameleon Recordings]
In the lead up to our February edition of Prognosis, upcoming guests Herc Kass and Chris Meehan have put together a fantastic promo mix. Brilliantly executed with a selection of some of the finest progressive and tech-tinged club bangers, this is a perfect taster of what you can expect from the boys set come February 16th @ Loop. The mix, in its 1 hour entirety, is now available to download for free.
Our boys J-Slyde and Simon Murphy joined James Brooke on his Elements Radio show for a Prognosis takeover. Taking over the entire segment, the boys offered up a mix each covering the type of sounds they’ve been pushing at their Prognosis events.
Both are available to download in mp3 format via their respective Soundcloud pages.
Thanks to those who tuned in on the night!
Our two head-wigs, Simon Murphy and J-Slyde, have finally gotten round to sorting out their live recording from the Hybrid and Solar Fields gig a few months back.
They played a peak-time set in main room inbetween the main acts. Bridging the gap from Hybrid’s techy prog and prog breaks, and setting the stage for Solar Fields intelligent psy, the boys did well in keeping the vibe and entertaining the heaving crowd. Taking influences from both their coined styles, the boys were able to find common ground with the music that they brought to the table. What followed is a fantastic peak-time set full of progressive and tech flavours.