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global overground 2021

Global Overground 2021

For my first mix of 2021 I decided to bring you almost 2 hours of Progressive House/Techno to soundtrack the frosty wilderness that is the month of January!


01: Deadmau5 ft Kiesza – Bridged By A Lightwave
02: Mat Zo – Petrushka
03: Grum & Genix – The Light
04: Martin Ikin Dope Earth Alien – Headnoise (Get Hype) (Extended Mix)
05: Truth & Lies – The Drip
06: Cristoph – SFB
07: Courtney Paige Nelson – Saved Myself (BROHUG Remix)
08: New Order – Be a Rebel (Maceo Plex Remix)
09: Maceo Plex – Cinemax
10: Kyle Walker – Fantasy (Original Mix)
11: Josh Wink, Maceo Plex – Destination Mars Feat. Josh Wink (Original Mix)
12: David Guetta & MORTEN ft Lovespeake – Save My Life
13: Thomas Schwartz – Jupiter Calling (Original Mix)
14: Where It’s ATT – Angry Waves
15: Sasha & Franky Wah – Haunted
16: Charles D (USA) – You
17: Push – Strange World (Joyhauser Remix)
18: NO1NO’s – Move (Extended Mix)
19: Gorgon City & MK – There For You (Warehouse Mix)
20: Aimoon – Moonwalker
21: Nick Curly – Sun City (Original Mix)
22: Roberto Capuano, Luigi Madonna – Mad World (Original Mix)
23: Space 92 – Run
24: George Z & Versus – R.A.V.E
25: YTRAM & Elderbrook – Fire
26: Malaa & Habstrakt – Riot Gear
27: Westbam ft Richard Butler – You Need The Drugs (&ME Remix)
28: JAVIIS, Carbon – Mutants (Original Mix)
30: Brohug & Ibranovski – 24 Hours
31: Dr. Fresch & Marten Harger – Take A Step Back
32: Billie Eilish – Therefore I Am (Disco Fries Remix)

Download HERE!

New Tune! “The Return”

It’s been too long since I posted anything here so I may as well open with a new tune (and FREE download) “The Return”.

Electronomist The Return

I have decided to try my best to release more music, but that means spending less time tweaking endlessly and more time actually finishing stuff! This first one was born out of the desire to create the kind of Progressive music that made me love the older “Global Underground” CD’s; i.e. from a time when Progressive House and Trance intertwined and long tripped out repetitive mixes were more widely embraced.

I feel I’ve captured that vibe here on “The Return”.

Hope you enjoy!