Review: It's fair to say Swizz producer Chris Reece has earnt his stripes, as prolific as they come he has delivered both club smashes as well as international crossovers, not to mention countless big league remixes which have stolen the show from the original. Although his sound falls under the progressive house bracket, his tunes are played by every DJ from house to trance, and this latest on Unreleased Digital is an all-out showcase of style and quality. An uplifting lead line develops with orchestral elements layering to showcase his musicality and the production is as fat and solid as they come. From organs to violins, to further uplifting vocal hums, this has it all and with the solid club friendly percussion as a bed, it's a well rounded treat that can't be missed.
Review: We are big fans of Swiss producer Dinka, and join many in hailing her as the queen of progressive. With three artist albums to her name, and releases on the likes of Vandit!, Anjunadeep, and My Tunes she is possible one of the most underrated too. For her latest on Unreleased we are treated to two fresh tracks of dreamy awe-inspiring melodies and soft warm beats & bass-lines. 'Polarity' is the pacier and brighter of the two, and will work equally well in house sets, while 'America' is a softer outing more inline with her regular output (and therefor nips it as our fav). If you liked 'The Sleeping Beauty', then this is most definitely for you.