Eric Prydz has been on a tear in 2015, releasing more original music this year than he has ever. The "Everyday" producer released three EPs as part of the PRYDA 10 compilation series. Switching gears, Prydz has changed caps and donned the Cirez D moniker for a brand new package of tracks titled Vol D.
Coming in at five tracks, Cirez D does not unveil many tracks from his treasured techno moniker, but he has unleashed another large group of tracks on to his fans.
Prydz comes in hard with deep and gritty bass lines, creating subtle textures that ebb and flow throughout the tracks and unshakable rhythms guide the listener from the beginning of "Voided," possibly the best track on the EP, all the way to the last kick drum on "Rise."
There are still some coveted IDs out there like the "Space ID" and "Melbourne ID" that did not make it onto this EP, but Prydz may be saving them for a different release or just for his live show.
This is not the only bit of Pryda news that will arrive this week. The Swede has been teasing a brand new EPIC 4.0 show on his Facebook after successive EPIC (Eric Prydz In Concert) tours and one-off shows in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. The last one was a one off show at Madison Square Garden equipped with the largest indoor hologram ever used at a concert and enough lasers to fix the crowd's collective poor eyesight.
In addition to the EPIC 4.0 announcement, there will at last be the final word on his PRYDA 10 album, which fans have been waiting for after chewing over the three PRYDA 10 volumes. He shared three EPs this year with four, six and 12 tracks in them respectively.
Pick up the Vol. D EP on Beatport and listen back to his set from EPIC 3.0 to get ready for the big announcement this week.