Eric Prydz's highly anticipated debut studio album Opus is scheduled to drop February 5th. Ahead of the release, the producer previewed two new tracks from the forthcoming album, "The Matrix" and "Trubble," on the latest edition of his Beats One radio show over the weekend.
The first hour of the show finds Prydz live in the mix. He kicks the whole thing off with "The Matrix," a track previously teased as "New City Gas ID," EDM Tunes reports. Another highlight of the first hour of the show is the producer's remix of "Niton (The Reason)."
In the second hour, the Swedish producer and DJ shared an hour-long clip from his January 2nd set at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver. The clip, and the show, ends with "Trubble," formerly known as "Space Miami 2015 ID."
While clips of countless Prydz IDs have leaked here and there, the exclusives dropped by the producer on the eighth edition of his radio show mark the first time they've been released in any official capacity, Your EDM reports. Listen to the entire two hour long transmission below.
The producer dropped the other half of the Commodore Ballroom set on the previous episode of his Beats One show which aired on January 10th. Episode 7 also featured several new cuts from the forthcoming album including "Floj" and "Klepht." Other highlights of that episode include his renditions of Depeche Mode's "Never Let Me Down Again" and Moby's "Go."
By the time Prydz airs his next Beats One show, Opus will have already dropped via Virgin Records and fans will have all 19 tracks properly identified and available in one place.
The producer is scheduled to spend mid-February on the North American leg of his EPIC 4.0 Tour with dates in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, followed by a stop in Miami for Ultra Music Festival.