Fabric test by Eric Prydz: Fabric Test by Pryda on Pryda: Feel The Vibe (Eric Prydz remix) by Axwell: 3 chartings. Flashback (Eric Prydz remix) by Calvin Harris on Ultra Records: 2 chartings. Generate by Eric Prydz: Genesis by Eric Prydz on Pryda: 11 chartings. Glimma by Pryda on Pryda. Prydz's image is a complicated one having had 3 big chart hits (Call On Me, Proper Education & Pjanoo), but only a recent edit of Pjanoo is allowed into the reckoning here. His commitment to the underground sound of house is shown by classics Armed, Aftermath & the hypnotic Emos, while recent monster club hits M.S.B.O.Y., 2Night & Mirage ensure.
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King Prydz has done it again. With his 10-year anniversary for Pryda, and a second album on the works, 2014 is a busy year for one of the masters of house music.
However, 2013 was not a bad year at all for the Swedish producer. With his EPIC 2.0 US Tour, Prydz showed his U.S. fans that holograms are indeed the real deal. He was also nominated for a Grammy, for the second time in his life.
Eric Prydz at the Grammy ceremony:
Along with his Pryda 10 album, he has some big shows coming up in the summer (no details yet, stay tuned). After the holographic success of EPIC 2.0, Ultra Music Festival attendees will be able to see HOLO in action. The festival version of his visual show, it “will be the biggest hologram ever used in North America.”
HOLO will be conducted live with Prydz‘s set, and his team will be adjusting to his music and transitions on the spot.
For all the Miami fans, Pryda vs. Mau5trap will be taking place March 27. You can buy tickets here.
Check out his one hour long mix below, courtesy of Rolling Stone Magazine:
Eric Prydz Every Day
Eric Prydz – “Liberate”
Jeremy Olander – “Petroleum”
Eric Prydz – “Untitled”
New Order – “True Faith (Sam Ball Remix)”
Eric Prydz – “Fabric Test”
Eric Prydz – “Untitled1”
Eric Prydz – “Untitled2”
Happy Days (Eric’s private booty)
Cosmos – “Take Me With You (Prydz Re-Prod Mix)”
Eric Prydz – “Untitled3”
Polarkreis 18 – “Allein Allein” (Reworked By Heller and Nephew)
Eric Prydz – “Allein”
Eric Prydz Fabric Test Methods
Via: Rolling Stone Magazine