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WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: MAY 2013, VOL. 105

18 May

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Festival season kicks it off big this weekend with EDC NYC! Dirty South showcases some “heart” with the next big thing. Bloc Party is brilliantly remixed by Digitalism for the “Truth”. Cirez D stays on the charts with some big “drums”.

1. DIRTY SOUTH, JOE GIL “YOUR HEART” [MICHAEL BRUN REMIX] (PHAZING) Release Date: 2013-5-13edmcharts_dirtysouth

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: PROGRESSIVE HOUSE

Origin: AUSTRALIA

Description: One of the biggest DJs to come from the land down under takes over the #1 spot on this week’s chart with the Michael Brun Remix of “Your Heart”. This progressive house hit features unbelievable builds and amazing vocals thanks to Joe Gil, who has really made a splash on this song. The song is truly uplifting and the track itself has harmonic bass and synths. This is well deserving of the top spot.

Reminds Us Of: “‘City of Dreams” – Alesso, Dirty South

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WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: MAY 2013, VOL. 104

11 May

EDMCHARTS_VOL104

Who’s ready for festival season? Cirez D brings the “thunder” with a huge techno banger. John Dählback drops a “nuke” on the progressive house charts. Daniel Kandi brings a “changing” sound to the trance world.

1. CIREZ D “THUNDERSTRUCK” [ORIGINAL MIX] (MOUSEVILLE) Release Date: 2013-5-6edmcharts_pryda

Rating: ★★★★★

Genre: TECHNO

Origin: SWEDEN

Description: Cirez D AKA Eric Prydz has been the man of 2013 thus far bringing the real, deep and less commercialized sound of techno back to prevalence. “Thunderstruck” is part of a new EP release, that has a solid warehouse feel to it. It features quick snares, some vocal chopping and of course the bass. This is just another element to be added to a brilliant portfolio of 2013 hits for Prydz.

Reminds Us Of: “‘Powerdrive” – Pryda

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EDM CHARTS SPECIAL VOL. 102: ERIC PRYDZ FOLIO

24 Apr

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On this special edition of EDM Charts, we take a unique look at the career of Eric Prydz and his vast folio. We follow him through his various aliases as Eric Prydz, Pryda and Cirez D as he experiments with techno, progressive house and elements of subdued trance.

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