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Feel the heat! We're in the midst of 2015's blazing summer, and giving you the perfect compliment to the sweltering weather with the 4th installment of our 'Elemental Progressions', series release is Dave Pineda; mastermind behind Pineapple Digital.

With this series, Dave himself personally hand selects the perfect tracks to compliment your mixes and headphones with emotional, uplifting, and adventurous tunes to exhibit the best progressive house on the market.

We do our best to debut producers to the P.D. imprint and also bring back some familiar ones that have graced our previous compilations as well.

12 new tracks of aural pleasure so sit back, relax and enjoy this journey.

Kelotti - Haruka
Kelotti gets the honors of starting off our Elemental Progressions Volume 4 on track, utilizing some of that hard hitting bass and melodic chord combinations perfectly with synthesized layers on high.

Furkan Senol - Sun in Your Eyes
Furkan set the tone with "Sun in Your Eyes". A track that leaves you feeling upbeat and good spirited, but instills a feeling of desire to return from the land you are about to leave from.

Linemoon - Wave Touch
Playful waves of touch are precisely what "Wave Touch" will do when listened to. Linemoon starts off simple enough with pretty pads and concise chords, but the acoustics are what really warm the air in this release.

Echoing reverb over the stretched warbling that is the bass line in "What If" is simply astonishing. FFERD TOBING lays the slaps down in this dark and deep progressive tune with a truly euphoric build up.

Twin View - Alpha Pyxis
Twin View don't play around here either, as far as progressive goes, this one gets kicked up to full speed with a galloping bass line and hard electro synths to guide the way. "Alpha Pyxis" is a real rocker.

Ryo Nakamura - Coastal Flow
"Coastal Flow" is upbeat and relaxing, if these sounds took physical form, they'd likely become vibrations of water. Cool square signs and a funky almost video game like lead are sure to impress.

Blood Groove and Kikis - Elements
Blood Groove and Kikis are no strangers to the progressive realm, and in "Elements" they raise their bar once more. Interstellar arpeggio's pepper the air as a head banging groove reveals itself in this their latest release.

Intrinity - Days Like These
"Days Like These" is appropriately titled for the feelings that are invoked from the sound design of Intrinity. Known for making progressive on the uplifting side, this style is a cornerstone of his ability.

Shimal - Shizuku
Shimal's "Shizuku" is a high speed frenzy of futuristic feels. As fast as progressive goes, this one takes an unexpected and rewarding detour through the break down and the presentation couldn't be better.

ITM - Reminiscense
The main lead in "Reminiscense" is almost horn like in its melody. ITM has done a magnificent job executing such a medley of unique sounds giving the listener an almost nostalgic feeling.

Aymon - Promises
Slowing it back down with some more chilled refreshments is Aymon's "Promises". Pure melodic chords pluck happily over serene plains of piano rolls, and a calming atmosphere.

Ametrine and Arc 1A - Duality
Utterly epic in sound and execution. Properly cut and clean structure is what makes "Duality" from Ametrine and Arc 1A really shine.

Finally to top it off we included as a bonus, a nice masterful continous flowing mix of the aforementioned tracks by Dave Pineda who BTW is also one helluva well seasoned dj with over 3 decades
of experience under his belt, perfect for any 'Play-nGo' situation.

We hope you enjoy this installment!


Elemental Progressions Volume 4

  • Various Artists
  • Release Date 2015-07-13
  • Label Pineapple Digital
  • Catalog PD061