What are the best Eric Prydz songs

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Hardly anyone knows that Eric Prydz is a founding member of the legendary Swedish House Mafia. The early separation from the group did not prevent him from becoming a superstar. Eric Sheridan Prydz also produces one dance hit after another under different alter egos. He releases Techno as Cirez D on his Mouseville Records label. He released as Pryda on the Progressive House label of the same name. Many producers will probably be familiar with the Pryda snare - a specially compressed snare that is named after the inventor and that is often heard copied in many EDM tracks.

Now the Swedish DJ is about to start a new album. It has been available on Pryda Recordings since February 5th, 2016. But anyone who thinks of chart hits like "Call on Me" or "Proper Education" will look in vain for them on "OPUS". The progressive sound carrier contains 19 tracks that you probably won't find in the mainstream. A remix of the opus single by electronica artist Four Tet is indicative of this. The singles "Every Day", "Liberate", "Generate" and "Breathe" can also be found on the album. The Australian singer-songwriter Rob Swire and The Cut also feature two tracks.

On April 2nd, 2012 Eric Prydz was our guest for the last time in the boathouse. We would be happy to hear him again soon on our main floor.

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Hardly anyone knows that Eric Prydz is a founding member of the legendary Swedish House Mafia. Nevertheless, the early break-up didn’t prevent him to become a superstar. Eric Sheridan Prydz produces under different alter egos one dance hit after the other. On his label Mouseville Records he releases Techno as Cirez D. As Pryda he puts out Progressive House on the label of the same name. A lot of producers may know the Pryda Snare - a specially compressed Snare which is named after its creator and which is often copied in lots of EDM tracks.

The Swedish DJ released his new album recently. Since the 5thth of October 2016 it is available on Pryda Recordings. On “OPUS” you don’t find chart hits such as “Call on Me” or “Proper Education”. The progressive album includes 19 non-mainstream tracks as the remix of the Opus Single by Electronica artist Four Tet indicates. The singles “Every Day”, “Liberate”, “Generate” and “Breathe” are also on the album. In addition, the Australian singer- and songwriter Rob Swire and The Cut feature two tracks.

The last time Eric Prydz was our guest at Bootshaus on 2nd of April 2012. We would appreciate to listen to him at our main floor again.