This one has been long awaited, and we finally got a teaser of it with a 17-minute first listen. Nope, this isn't enough. We need this EP to release already and then rest at peace. Earlier this month, six simple words strung together coming from the man himself, Eric Prydz, "New Pryda 4 track EP. Incoming..." was enough to throw us all into a tizzy with anticipation.
While the wait all seems like it was worth it now, there sure was a lot of hype. Tiësto debuted all four tracks on the most recent episode of his radio show Club life, Club Life 580 features 17-minutes of pure bliss in the form of - “Elements,” “Obsessive Progressive,” “Project Love” and “The Hooks.”
While we're still unsure about the official release details, all we can say from this preview and first listen are, each of these four tracks is going to be noteworthy additions to the producers already stunning repertoire of music.
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The Pryda EP comes as the first release from the producers' alias since "Stay With Me" released at the end of 2017. and while the producer knew better than to keep his fans waiting longer, this surprise unveiling of the EP has only ignited more excitement about the official release.
Like most of his works, with this EP there's a little bit of everything. From the hard-hitting beats to the lighter moments, this is nothing short of a signature Progressive Pryda masterpiece you'd expect from Prydz.
If checking out the entire episode of Club Life 580 isn't for you, here is a fan ripped video of only the 17-minute mini-mix of the "Pryda EP!"
H/T: Your EDM