Steve Angello takes over ‘Pulse’ playlist on Deezer
Legendary DJ and producer Steve Angello has just partnered with streaming service Deezer and announced that he will be curating his own playlist titled ‘Pulse’, which will showcase music from the Swedish producer himself and other tracks from his sets as well as his Size Records imprint. Steve Angello has had an amazing start to 2018 after his surprise reunion with Swedish House Mafia at Ultra Music Festival 2018, a coming together which caused incredible excitement in the dance music scene as fans were excited to finally see their favorite DJs reunite. More importantly, after recent developments, fans can also expect to see more from the Swedish trio having recently launched their new merchandise in collaboration with Palms Angels, another one with Nike, and above all, with Axwell announcing a 2019 tour during a live performance. Aside from this, Angello also released his highly anticipated concept album ‘HUMAN‘, featuring 21 amazing tracks which truly represent his own style through incredible production and craft.
On Deezer, his playlist curation is quite different from what we are used to seeing, as it showcases a wide variety of styles and genres whilst always maintaining steady quality throughout. Angello obviously features music from his album, with ‘Rejoice’ making the cut, a track where he uniquely blends electronic music with one of T.D. Jakes‘ sermon speeches. The playlist also features ‘Break Me Down’, ‘Are You’ among other songs. One of the few throwback inclusions were ‘Valodja‘, in collaboration with his younger brother AN21, and the legendary ‘One’ from his Swedish House Mafia days. He also included music from his Size Records imprint, which has been experimenting with tracks such as the Lugovskiy and Chris Calvert collaboration titled ‘Broken Glass’. In addition to all this, one can also experience music from other great artists such as Daft Punk, Eric Prydz, Corey James, Highly Sedated among others.
You can listen to this wonderfully curated playlist at the link below on Deezer.
Thank you @Deezer for having me takeover the PULSE playlist !
— Steve Angello (@SteveAngello) May 23, 2018