As if Eric Prydz hasn’t been up to enough lately, he has now launched another imprint for the Pryda Faithful around the world.
Announced just today, Eric Prydz has set off on yet another venture in the electronic music world, Pryda Presents. While he already operates the imprints Pryda, Pryda Friends, and Mouseville, this new imprint will allow Prydz to give us even more music that fans so desperately want. The first release on the new Pryda Presents imprint is set to be Cristoph’s track “Feel” which was announced in the return of EPIC Radio. In fact, the episode debuted loads of new tunes for Pryda Fans all over to dance the set away to. Coming at us next for the imprint’s second release is a track from Eric Prydz himself, under the moniker ToNja Holma, which is one of Eric Prydz’ lesser known alter-egos. With the track name yet to debut, we can only let the anticipation build for the first official release from the music maestro.
Those lucky enough to attend EPIC 5.0 in London on May 27 will most definitely be in for a treat, as the debut of his new live show will be complimented by some new tunes. We cannot wait to see some footage of this show, as the teaser videos which have shown off the new production have left us wanting more. You can also catch Prydz at his first-ever Ibiza Residency this Summer too!
Check out our review of Eric Prydz’ Factory 93 Shows here!
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About Eric Prydz:
For over ten years, Eric Prydz has been synonymous with immaculately produced and unique sounding electronic music. The Platinum-selling producer is responsible for some of the biggest progressive house tracks of the last decade, not to mention some of the most technically impressive live shows of any touring artist.
As a solo artist, Prydz has headlined some of the world’s most storied venues, from Madison Square Garden to Brixton Academy and Alexandra Palace, earned multiple Grammy nominations and topped charts with his alter-egos Pryda and Cirez D. Despite the headline-grabbing shows and releases, Prydz remains reclusive. It’s his dedication to his craft as a producer and DJ that leaves him in the highly enviable and singular position of appealing to dance music’s underground connoisseurs and main-stage masses alike.