As the Axtone ten-year festivities draw nearer, the label happily welcomes back Adrian Lux, in the long-awaited return since his 2010 anthemic single, â€˜Teenage Crimeâ€™. Fully-living up to Swedenâ€™s notoriety for musicianship, Adrianâ€™s talents as a songwriter and producer continue to impress, with â€˜Torn Apartâ€™ fulfilling the high expectations Adrian has set for himself.
Hopping over the Scandinavian border, Adrian and Axtone call on progressive house aficionado, Fehrplay for remix duties; lending his cinematic touch to â€˜Torn Apartâ€™, striking the ideal balance between club and home listening.
Having made a name for fusing genres of Indie and Dance, Adrian first broke onto the scene via his 2010 single â€˜Strawberryâ€™, receiving an additional Grammy nomination and Platinumcertification for Axtoneâ€™s â€˜Teenage Crimeâ€™. Releasing his self-titled album in 2012 on Ultra Records, Adrian continues to forge his own path in the dance music world, as more than just a producer, but a true artist in his own right.
Differentiating himself from the predictable pack, Jonas von der Fehr aka Fehrplay has become synonymous for quality progressive house, where melodies and basslines reign supreme. Having remixed the likes of Deadmau5, Eric Prydz, and RÃ¶yksopp, Jonas arguablydelivers his finest remix yet, in what will surely appeal to fans regardless of their generation.
Seeming to be one of the most natural pairings throughout the labelâ€™s history, Fehrplayâ€™s remix of â€˜Torn Apartâ€™ leads the label into new, but intrinsically-Axtone territory. With rumoured remixes still to come, fans and listeners alike have plenty to look forward to as Axtone sheds light on its many surprises still to come.
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