Swedish Superstar DJ And Producer StoneBridge ft Barnev So Good
NEW YORK (RichTMX.com) – StoneBridge has established himself as a world superstar DJ and has produced songs with some of the biggest names in the music industry. StoneBridge, the legendary DJ and producer rose to fame during the 1990s house/dance era, his iconic remix of Robin S ‘Show Me Love’ became one of the biggest selling house music tracks of all time. StoneBridge´s current work work on Stevo’s Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) turned it into an era-defining remix. Area 51 Records label boss said it is “hard to put into words the influence and impact StoneBridge has on the house culture right now.” StoneBridge`s remixes have soared to the top of the charts and have racked up hundreds of millions of views on Social Media.
‘So Good’ Is The Perfect Blend Of Classic StoneBridge Peak Time Flavour
Grammy nominated artist, producer and DJ StoneBridge is a pioneer in spotting the seemingly invisible threads between sound and melodies, hooking up once again with Montreal artist Barnev. StoneBridge has happy pianos and ‘So Good’ with the briefest, baggiest lyrics from Barnev, a euphoric dance track that is so way ahead of its time. Montreal artist Barnev Valsaint, Celine Dion’s lead backup vocalist has worked with StoneBridge before on much loved club hit Sometimes and both felt it was time for a new one and ‘So Good’ is the result of their collaboration. Multi-platinum ‘Show Me Love’ hitmaker StoneBridge is back with a new single ‘So Good’. After selling millions of downloads of his signature hit, other releases like ‘Put ‘Em High’ and ‘Take Me Away’ and last year’s ‘Not Alone’ (feat. DiscoVer.), the Swedish DJ-artist comes back with the new single ‘So Good,’ available at digital retail and to stream on Spotify. ‘So Good’, which you can hear below, features the latest of StoneBridge’s genre-challenging collaborations, this time with guest vocals by Barnev.
Superstar DJ StoneBridge Unveils Brand New Single ‘So Good’
An DJ Superstar who needs no introduction, Grammy nominated artist, producer international house music icon StoneBridge, the iconic house music visionary, is back fresh with a completely new sound on his anthemic new single, ‘So Good’, which is officially out through his label Stoney Boy Music. The brand new single ‘So Good’ is the perfect blend of classic StoneBridge peak time flavour, sprinkled with a summer soulful vibe gaining early support from Kiss FM UK, Roger Sanchez, Sam Divine, Kryder, Dash Berlin. From his remixed dance floor bangers to his high-profile Ibiza sets and Billboard chart success, with the bright bursts of piano set, listen to ‘So Good’ and you’ll immediately find yourself transported to Ibiza. New hot remixes from StoneBridge & Lil’ Joey, Stereosoulz and Michael Anthony are about to drop.
The House Music Ghost Cannot Be Banished Back Into Its Bottle
“As a young DJ in Stockholm in the early 1980s, I was never satisfied with the status quo,” StoneBridge told Rich TVX News. It’s the first of several comments that make StoneBridge sound like the “real Swedish Godfather of house.” “I’ve traveled the world and spread the rhythm of house music,” he said at one point. “I invested in bringing a real funky house performance into my DJ sets. The house music ghost cannot be banished back into its bottle,” Superstar DJ told Rich TVX News”. So Good is heavily influenced by electronic beats and sees Barnev delivering a soulful vocal on top of it. StoneBridge can be found on the worldwide musical mainstream map with his acclaimed remix work for artists such as Robin S, Sia, Usher, Missy Elliott, Britney Spears, Taio Cruz and Ne-Yo. With a constant flow of new projects, the studio work will not be slowing down any time soon. StoneBridge’s music is regularly chalking up playlist support across radio networks around the globe, including BBC Radio 1, Sirius XM & Kiss FM. Stone Bridge hosts his own weekly #bpmMix radio show on Sirius XM/BPM. A Show which broadcasts to millions every Saturday throughout North America. Holding down a residency on Sirius XM/BPM means his name has become synonymous with Saturday night dance music around the world. Alongside Sirius XM/BPM, he also produces the weekly syndicated StoneBridge HKJ show. These broadcasts really allow StoneBridge to stay at the top of his game in today’s fast moving, ever changing music scene. Throughout 2019 StoneBridge has been rocking sets all around the world, from Ibiza to Dubai for the successful Hedkandi 20th Anniversary tour as well as a headline booking at the Sunsetter Festival in Auckland, New Zealand February 2020 and headlining alongside Todd Terry on Prestfest 2021 in the UK.
Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) One Of The Greatest Remixes Af All Time
Acclaimed as one of the greatest remixes of all time by the DJs, Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) is driven by a pulsating house beat. Mama India [Reloaded] is one of the best tunes of 2020, and if you don’t know it yet, you soon will because this is yet another example of great house music. The fat bass of Stevo’s latest, Mama India [Reloaded] named dancefloor killer exist somewhere between the worlds of house, techno and electro. The “Mama India” vocal is then introduced as it erupts into a frenzied climax. Dark and noisy is the order of the day as the table drum is fused with sinister FX and nasty stabs – hardcore, man. Stockholm’s energetically prolific house producer StoneBridge allies himself with Stevo for a pumping house remix combination. In an effort to capture an underground vibe that has funky appeal, they have ended up with an intense, forceful soundscape
StoneBridge Is The Man Right Now
A well crafted, tech-edged slice of house and more progressive-based brilliance from StoneBridge. It’s wonderfully laden with great house sounds. StoneBridge is the man right now in house circles. Go to any city anywhere in the world and you’re guaranteed to hear a load of StoneBridge tracks.
Electronic dance music (EDM) is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres made largely for nightclubs, raves and festivals. It is generally produced for playback by DJs who create seamless selections of tracks, called a mix, by segueing from one recording to another. EDM producers also perform their music live in a concert or festival setting in what is sometimes called a live PA.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, following the emergence of raving, pirate radios and an upsurge of interest in club culture, EDM achieved widespread mainstream popularity in Europe. In the United States at that time, acceptance of dance culture was not universal; although both electro and Chicago house music were influential both in Europe and the United States, mainstream media outlets and the record industry remained openly hostile to it. There was also a perceived association between EDM and drug culture, which led governments at state and city level to enact laws and policies intended to halt the spread of rave culture.
Subsequently, in the new millennium, the popularity of EDM increased globally, largely in Australia and the United States. By the early 2010s, the term “electronic dance music” and the initialism “EDM” was being pushed by the American music industry and music press in an effort to rebrand American rave culture. Despite the industry’s attempt to create a specific EDM brand, the initialism remains in use as an umbrella term for multiple genres, including dance-pop, house, techno, trance, drum and bass, dubstep, hardstyle, and trap, as well as their respective subgenres.