Vacay Wave is an electronic dance music blog covering the global electronic music scene, including genres such as dubstep, house, electro, electronica, dance, moombahton, nu disco, indie, minimal, and techno. The blog featured the Thomas Gold remix of Schiller & Nadia Ali’s hit Try as a Monday Morning Banger with fellow artists – Jean Elan, Chris Lake & Michael Woods, Tocadisco, and Jean Reyea.
“Some people like to start their day off slowly. Crawling out of bed and performing mindless repetitive tasks to prepare for the day. First the shower, then breakfast and coffee to get them going. I on the other hand, set my alarm for the last possible second, throw on the first clean thing I see, hop into my car and queue up a nutritious serving of house music vitamins. Here are a few of the tracks that thoroughly rock my ears before a long day at the office.”
“Von Deylen’s back with one of The Hot Six’s princesses, Nadia Ali, in this downtempo gem. “
The Hot Six is a dance music blog focused on bringing the best new releases, reviews, and dance music news to its audience. The blog recently reviewed Schiller and Nadia Ali’s single Try off his album Breathless. Check out the Try Remixes from Jerry Ropero, Stefan Gruenwald, Frank Lamboy, and Thomas Gold. Continue reading for the original article. Read more…
Trance Is Life offers a monthly iTunes podcast where they select the latest songs in Trance and Progressive, specializing in Vocal Trance. Episode 30 of the podcast “goes back to the roots of TranceIsLife, starting with an hour of the more melodic trance before stepping up a gear into some of the serious stuff.” This set includes veteran trance acts (Cosmic Gate, Matt Darey, and Above and Beyond) along side veteran vocalists (JES, Cassandra Fox, and Emma Hewitt).
This episode also features the Jerry Ropero & Stefan Gruenwald remix of Schiller and Nadia Ali’s Try. Climatic and uplifting, the In Motion remix is a unique and progressive revamp of the original.You can stream the Trance Is Life Podcast here . Click here to purchase Try or to stream additional remixes.
Addicted To Radio is an internet radio station powered by 1club.fm. Their Trance Station is based in Chicago, Illinois and is run by Program Director Mario Florek. The channel offers exclusive versions of your favorite songs as well as mixes by international artists like Sean Tyas and Pedro Del Mar.
Schiller’s single with Nadia Ali Try was a breakout single off his recent album, Breathless. The Thomas Gold remix quickly became a radio and chart favorite and ranked #13 on Addicted To Radio’s Trance Chart. Continue reading for the full chart listing and to purchase or stream Try. Read more…
Club Phusion represents – the fusion of Mind, Body, and Sound. It is a pure dance radio station where listeners enjoy commercial free radio via the iheartradio app and on select HD2 stations in markets across the country.The station’s aim is to play the hottest new dance/electronica tracks from around the world.The Thomas Gold remix of Schiller and Nadia Ali’s Single Try is currently in heavy rotation with over 30 spins a week!
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Beats House has become more than a music blog; it is a go to destination for anyone who has a true passion for EDM. Every Sunday Beats House hosts their Sunday Beats session on Emusic Radio www.emusicradio.net. Deejays Luis Cunillera and special guest Allen Cruz dropped Episode 003. This set includes mixes from Nicky Romero, Hardwell, Victor Magan, and Schiller. Check out the Thomas Gold Remix of Try at 72:00. Continue reading for the complete track listing. Read more…
Miami based DJ Markus Schulz has fused elements of progressive, house & trance into his own creative, now inimitable hybrid sound. Now in its tenth year Schulz’s Global DJ Broadcast has continued to be a beacon for an always-growing throng of trance & progressive dance fans. The show featured the Thomas Gold Remix of Schiller and Nadia Ali’s haunting ballad, Try. The set also featured Radikal artists Fragma and Cosmic Gate. To Purchase the Thomas Gold Remix of Try or to stream additional mixes from Jerry Ropero, Stefan Gruenwald, and Frank Lamboy visit: http://www.radikal.com/2011/11/08/schiller-try/
Maxi Jazz, Sister Bliss and Rollo formally comprised the British electronic group, Faithless. The group is best known for their classic dance songs Insomnia, God Is a DJ, and We Come 1. Although the group split up this past summer, they have released their Beatport End To 2011 Chart. Their selection of top songs from 2011 includes The Thomas Gold Remix of Try from Schiller and Nadia Ali. Other artists include Eric Prydz, Calvin Harris, Mark Knight, Hardwell, and Tiësto. Check out the preview: Faithless_-_End_to_2011_Chart_-_23.12.2011-32658 by user576001
To purchase Try or to stream additional remixes visit: http://www.radikal.com/2011/11/08/schiller-try/
Schiller is the electronic music project of Christopher von Deylen. Known for his unique brand of chilled-out electronic pop, Schiller creates soundscapes sometimes referred to as Schill-out, which are aided by his use of diverse featured guest artists, mostly on vocals. In early 2011, Schiller released his 6th album, Breathless, which was inspired by a month long voyage aboard the research vessel, Polarstern. He recruited the seductive vocals of Nadia Ali for his single Try, which became a break-out hit on Breathless. The single was re-visted with a collection of remixes from Jerry Ropero, Stefan Gruenwald, Frank Lamboy, and Thomas Gold in Try Remixes.
Known for his intricate live shows, Schiller’s performances are brilliant demonstrations of light and sound. Check out his live performance of Try with Nadia Ali on the German television show The Dome and for additional remixes of Try visit: http://www.radikal.com/2011/11/08/schiller-try/
Colombian DJ, Jeisson Forero, recently released the compilation Gloating House Vol. 17, a live mix of the biggest names in dance music. It’s of no surprise this mix features the Rob Pix Remix of the ethereal indie dance hit Paradise from Australian DJ/Producer Sam La More. Jession’s set also includes commercial dance tracks from Afrojack, Alesso, Martin Solveig, and more. Check out Paradise at the 1:10 mark!