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Now Available On Itunes – Try Remixes

Schiller’s Try Fetauring Nadia Ali was one of the many breakout hits off his 6th Album Breathless. Previously a Beatport Exclusive, Try Remixes are now available on Itunes!  Read more…

The Thomas Gold Remix Of Schiller Featuring Nadia Ali’s Try Is Featured In Matt Darey’s Nocturnal Podcast 328

Matt Darey dropped his Nocturnal Podcast 328 featuring  the Thomas Gold Remix of Schiller’s Try. Continue reading for the set list and to download Nocturnal 328. Read more…

Chicago’s Dance Factory Radio Is Now Playing Schiller’s Try Featuring Nadia Ali (Thomas Gold Remix)

 

Dance Factory Radio’s  DJ Danny V has added one of the Try Remixes – Schiller Featuring Nadia Ali Try (Thomas Gold Remix) to his weekly playlist.  If you would like to hear Try on Dance Factory Radio Call 773.585.0999

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Paradise Beats Features The Remixes Of Try From Schiller Featuring Nadia Ali

Paradise Beats is a website where you can find previews of new tracks, concert reviews, and more about the most relevant electronic tracks around. Paradise Beats posted Try Remixes from Schiller Featuring Nadia Ali- with remixes from Thomas Gold, Jerry Ropero & Stefan Gruenwald, and Frank Lamboy. Read more…

Schiller – Try Remixes

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Radikal Records announces the release of “Try Remixes” by Schiller featuring Nadia Ali – a rework of the stand out single off Schiller’s 6th album, Breathless.

Formally the front woman and songwriter of the band IIO, Nadia Ali remains one of the most recognized voices in dance music. IIO’s singles “Rapture” and “Is It Love” not only dominated The Billboard Dance Charts, they also resonate as classics today amongst dance music lovers.

“Try”‘s moody vibrations paired with Ali’s delicate yet sultry voice result in a track that is both soothing and uplifting. The single is now revisited with “Try Remixes” a collection of new remixes from some of the biggest names in dance – Thomas Gold, Jerry Ropero & Stefan Gruenwald, and Frank Lamboy.

In three short years, Berlin based DJ/ Producer Thomas Gold has built an impressive back catalog. His solo releases combined with his remix work reads like the who’s who of the global dance scene. The “Thomas Gold Remix” of “Try” is progressive house at its best – addictive drums matched with a hypnotic melody that results in a build that is both soulful and climatic.

Belgian DJ Jerry Ropero has made a name for himself through collaborations with Inpetto, Dennis The Menace, and Danzel. For “Try Remixes”, Ropero teams up with Stefan Gruenwald in the “In Motion Remix”, delivering an energetic, progressive house vibe while maintaining the ethereal qualities of the Schiller original.

Veteran New York DJ/ Producer Frank Lamboy takes Ali’s seductive vocals and seamlessly blends them with tribal influences and deep house beats in the “Lamboy Club Mix”, resulting in a contagious club anthem that will have everyone’s hands in the air.

“Try Remixes” are a must for any house music lover.

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Schiller

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“My name is Christopher von Deylen – and I am Schiller.” At some point during every Schiller concert, von Deylen speaks these ten words and the crowd goes wild. With over 650,000 albums sold since 1998 (and counting) and multiple sold out live tours, Schiller’s success continues to grow. Collaborating with well-known artists such as Colbie Caillat, Sarah Brightman, Lang Lang, Nadia Ali, Lenka, and more, Schiller’s releases have been celebrated by fans all over the world. The musician, composer, and producer’s ethereal “global pop”, as fans and the press have coined the style, gives the listener a feeling of floating in a dream world. Inspired by electronic classics like Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk and Jean-Michel Jarre, von Deylen is known for creating visionary sounds that are way ahead of their time. As described by musician/composer Mike Oldfield, “[He creates] music that moves one really deep inside.” Based on the reception von Deylen’s compositions have gotten so far, Schiller’s acclaim will surely continue to rise.