Darin Epsilon, North America’s poster boy for pure Progressive House signs with Renaissance and Hope Recordings, and is announced as one of the headliners for White Wonderland NYE.
After an amazing 2012 filled with highlights, North America’s leading figure for pure Progressive House, Darin Epsilon, will enter 2013 with a bang as he graces the Crystal Temple stage of White Wonderland in Southern California. Right when the clock hits midnight, he will perform for his biggest crowd yet at this massive production by USA's top promoter, Insomniac Events. The all-star lineup includes other hotshots like Avicii, Above & Beyond, Ferry Corsten, Bingo Players, Hardwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and more.
On the production front, Darin keeps raising the bar as w
The next release on Axon comes from Argentinian producer, David Calo. Although this is his debut release, he's already off to a promising start in his career. He's recently been supported by the legendary Nick Warren, as well as having a track signed to Nick's Hope label. Remember where you heard him first, and remember the name David Calo.This EP certainly shows the talent and vesatility of David. It features the techno track 'Slowly', which has a great groove and also dips it's toe in to melodic territory. On the flip-side you have 'Reser', which is a slick deep house track. Both tracks compliment eachother well on the EP, and have a progressive undertone, making them vertile enough for most DJs sets.
By Damen Smith-Draeko -- Davi of Perspectives Digital is a lucid dreamer. Although his Progressive House tracks take us on a wandering journey through id, ego, and libido, there is a fundamental grounding and stability to his productions.
Tracking down any video on any of his performances or studio sessions was almost not happening. I was only able to procure one. It is true what I’ve heard about him being “LA's best kept secret”. But oh! What a great secret!
I was able to locate some of his tracks on Subtract Music:
Black Rock City
I found these tracks danceable but oh so woefully short. It felt like just as the groove had committed my patting feet and nodding head to get into it, the thumping bass and wisps of chords were over and it was