So I realize it isn’t Monday, but like I have already said, I have been very busy this week with school and such. Still, not to make excuses, I finally got around to making the second edition of the Monday releases, in what I like to call, the Monday Roundup. This week we have great releases from the likes of Tony Romera, David Puentez, and Filo & Peri. My personal favorites come in Tony Romera’s bass heavy remix for David Hopperman, as well as the new original from David Puentez titled “Tripl3.” However, if you like big sounding Progressive anthems with a hands in the air type breakdown and a soothing female vocal to carry you through to the drop, then I recommend Project 46 and Dubvision’s collaboration titled “You & I,” or the new banger from Alex Hide called “Invasion Of Love.” Whatever you pick, there is no way to go wrong, so take a listen to them all, and grab the ones you like from Beatport.
David Puentez – Tipl3 (Original Mix) **Beatport**
Filo & Peri – Go (Original Mix) **Beatport**
One of my new favorite producers making a big splash recently is Tony Romera. Tony popped onto my radar when he won the Xtra Life Records competition along with his massively huge track “MAD.” Since then, Tony Romera has gone on to remix the likes of Chuckie & Promise Land, Joachim Garraud, and Carl Kennedy. Today, Housesession Records releases the next installment in the Tony Romera saga in the Save Me EP. The EP is a four track EP which includes “Save Me” which features the vocals of Lydia Scarfo, “Get Fat,” which is more true to Tony’s traditional sound, and “2 Seconds,” which is a layered melodic Big Room track new to the Tony Romera catalog. Finally, included in the EP is an instrumental version of “Save Me” for all your aspiring producers to do what you will with it whether it be a bootleg remix or a refreshing mashup. Check out the previews below and make sure to grab the entire EP at Beatport.