Steve Angello Drops 7 Exclusives In Recent Beats One Mix
Steve Angello has already has one of his career’s best years to date. Following several mainstage performances during the festival season, one of Sweden’s finest dropped a phenomenal mix for Beats One, the recently created radio show focused on international superstar DJs. Debuted by Eric Prydz, Angello faced no easy task to maintain the level of quality already set.
Many names are included in his mix, names we haven’t heard enough from for far too long. Combining his own forthcoming tracks, and brand new exclusives from producers such as Matisse & Sadko, AN21, Third Party, Matt Nash and Kryder, SIZE’s head-honcho is certainly surrounded by a wealth of talent and quality. Featuring other iconic tracks, with the likes of Eric Prydz and Dirty South’s latest anthems “Opus” and “Find A Way” beautifully compiled to give 60 minutes of musical heaven as well as incorporating Whitney Houston, Steve’s produces 60 minutes of progressive, electronic, melodic, harmonic, musical curation. A model set, a near perfect mix.
Angello’s return to radio mixes is joyous news. Seemingly stronger than ever, more versatile than before, his latest independent chapter has invigorated his character, returned him to his true passions and methods. And with results like these, we have no complaints. Just elated praise and excitement. He is more than supportive of the new groove cartel trend, and as always, with the progressive house scene. While we are still waiting for his anticipated album to come out, for now we can rejoice with this mix, featuring absolute dancefloor bangers. Both known, emerging and unknown. The blend of festival, club, underground and radio goes a long to demonstrating Steve Angello’s strength in his diversity. In his ability to bring the heard and unheard, the wanted and needed.
Dropping 7 exclusive tracks in the set is a sign of his intention and status, for himself and within the industry. And with the exclusive material sourcing from a range of big names within the scene, Steve Angello’s Beats One mix is already a contender for one its most iconic and legendary.
If you want to check out the tracklist of this mesmerizing mix, click here.
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