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Артист: Adrian Lux Название: Damaged (Marcus Schossow 'Ibiza Love' Remix) Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 Label: Ultra О музыке:
01. Adrian Lux - Damaged (Marcus Schossow 'Ibiza Love' Remix)
Adrian Lux can’t seem to leave the studio these days. After all, he’s trying to make a proper album here—an intro-to-out
collection of absolute anthems, custom made for clubs and living rooms. He’s off to a splendid start, too, with three inescapable singles
(“Can’t Sleep,” “Strawberry” and “Teenage Crime”) that bridge the gap between head rush house and the kind of cutting-edge pop that
seems to only come from Sweden. “This is going to sound weird,” says Lux, “But it’s hard for me to not write single-type songs—tracks
you’ll want to listen to a million times. And that’s okay. It’s better to make one of those than three that sound good, but not great.”
Raised in Stockholm by a former punk rocker and a fashion photographer/filmmaker, Lux was as restless as his parents from an early age. For instance,
when he wasn’t learning how to play guitar, Lux was landing modeling gigs for such major campaigns as the Swedish postal service and Stockholm’s
answer to Barney’s, Nordiska Kompaniet.
He didn’t take music seriously until he was 17, however. That’d be the year his friends used their secondary “gymnasium” education as an
excuse to build hip-hop beats. Dancehall and Dipset were Lux’s two obsessions at the time, although all that changed once he graduated and took a
trip to Brazil. “When I got there, the music wasn’t what I expected at all,” explains Lux. “In some ways, it was better—like I didn’t hear
samba music more than five times. Instead, everyone was mostly into cool electronic artists.” And by that, he means everything from electro to drum
’n’ bass. Not to mention traces of moonlit techno and moody progressive house.
Without so much as a thought, Lux gravitated towards the type of dance 12’s that trigger long-buried memories and make you move. Songs like his own
“Strawberry” single, a sun-stroked mix of massive melodies and laser-guided synth lines. “Can’t Sleep” is just as relentless in its pursuit
of the perfect beat. It’s also propelled by a chorus that calls to mind the peak hour platters of Kaskade, deadmau5 and Tisto. No wonder why Pete
Tong, Basement Jaxx and Sebastian Ingrosso are all major Lux supporters already. “I want to provoke a reaction, whether it’s positive or not,”
he says. “Of course not everyone’s gonna like what I do. That’s just the way it is. But it’s more fun to have someone say ’this sucks’
than ‘well, this is nice.’”
To make matters even more complicated, Lux recently channeled his hip-hop roots on a “Rapclash Remix” of “Strawberry.” In case you didn’t
hear it the first time around, that’s the one that begins and ends with the M.I.A.-approved rhymes of Rye Rye. The crossover cut works so well that
Swedish radio stations ped it into their rotation after hearing it on a blog. Looks like blog house just took on a whole new meaning...
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Marcus Schossow is a very rare individual. He shines at whatever he throws his hand to, and whether that's performing to
thousands or producing for the masses he's on a mission to reinvent dance music. He went off to a flying start being voted as the number #1 most
popular nordic DJ 2008, after only two years of making music.
This reinvention started with his smash 2007 track Mr White, whereby fusing futuristic techno, with filthy house and a subtle smattering of trance;
his sound automatically became appealing to a whole host of DJ's and music fans alike. Marcus is the leading head of the nu-trance generation, A
new elite set of young DJ's and producers with dance floors around the world clamoring for his infectious presence and prodigious mixing.
Progresia and Tone Diary, his own projects, are establishing the "Schossow Sound" while his work with fellow producer Thomas Sagstad has seen Tiesto,
Axwell and Steve Lawler snapping up tracks like Hypnotizer and Crepusculo. World-renowned Dutch outfit Spinnin have given Schossow their full backing,
making him their youngest signing to date. At only 25, Schossow is a serious force to be reckoned with. Further support comes from the A list
including Pete Tong, Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, Steve Angello, John Digweed and Ferry Corsten, underlining Marcus' increasing influence in the
world of dance.
And it's not just his ability as a producer that screams "watch this person". Schossow is in demand around the world! America, Europe, the Far
East and beyond are all calling out for gaps in his diary. In the short time Marcus has been around, he's already clocked up some of the biggest
gigs in the calendar: Trance Energy, Dance Valley, Godskitchen, Monster Massive, Together As One, Ministry Of Sound, Sunrise Festival, Escape Into the
Park, Zurich's Street Parade (Playing for 1,3 Million people) and the Colours Festival are just some!
With Tone Diary, Marcus' acclaimed radio show which airs on Area (Sirius/XM); the sound of Schossow travels even further. Setting the airwaves
ablaze, he reaches those not lucky enough to have caught him live yet and reminds those who have of why they'll have to check him out again!
Yet with all this, it's so easy to forget that Marcus Schossow is just 25 years old. A young man who is only just starting out at what looks set
to be a very prosperous musical career. More beckons as 2011 propels Marcus Schossow further cementing him into the international electronic
landscape. Stay tuned.....