Delirium

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Dave Pearce will be hosting his Delirium club night at Concorde 2 in Brighton on Saturday 19 August 2017.

He will be joined by Solarstone, Thrillseekers and James Dymond with the warm up provided by upcoming talent Farius.

Saver tickets are available now via the Concorde 2 website. The event is for over 18s only and photo ID will be required.

Looks like an amazing night!

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Delirium Trance & Progressive

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Dave Pearce has released a new mix album featuring the latest in trance and progressive.
Artists including Above & Beyond, Farius, Max Freegrant, Cosmic Gate, Johnny Yono and Stoneface & Terminal feature on the new release which is available via iTunes.
Dave Pearce is one of the top dance music DJs in the UK.  Following over 10 years at BBC Radio 1 during which he helped pioneer the success of dance music on the station he continues to tour and release albums celebrating the latest in trance, EDM and progressive.
During 2017 Dave has made numerous festival and club appearances including Trance Sanctuary at The Egg and Ministry of Sound in London. He has also returned to Ibiza playing Es Paradis alongside Alex M.O.R.P.H.
Delirium Trance & Progressive, mixed by Dave Pearce, is out now.

Dave Pearce delivers Alegria

UK DJ Dave Pearce serves up another big trancer.

Following his previous records such as Florecer and The Trip this new one has progressive overtones as well as that unmistakable big room trance moment.

His previous tracks have been supported by the likes of Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Above & Beyond and Markus Schulz and this new one is set to do some serious dance floor damage.

Check out a taster:

Alegria is out now on Delirium Recordings and available via Beatport.

Dave Pearce mixes new trance album

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Delirium: Summer Trance is the new mix compilation by dj and producer Dave Pearce.

It features tracks by some of the biggest names such as Ferry Corsten, Paul van Dyk and Markus Schulz alongside up-and-coming producers including Farius, Ben Hennessy & Sensi.

“Trance music is in a great place in 2016. It has been exciting putting together an album mixing established names alongside a multitude of hot new artists from around the globe,” explains Pearce.

“I’ve tried to make the album a musical journey that reflects the many dimensions of today’s trance scene opening with some beautiful progressive trance and powering through to some uplifting beats. These are some of my favourite tracks from the last couple of months. No other dance music has the ability to give you those goosebump moments.”

Pearce has contributed 3 tracks to the album himself including his Beatport Top 5 anthem Trance Sanctuary, The Trip and forthcoming collaboration with Farius called Florecer.

Delirium: Summer Trance is released on New State Music on 26 August 2016 and is available to pre-order via iTunes.

TheEDMblog – top 10 dance tunes – March 2016

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Here are 10 EDMblog favourites:

1.  Watermat & ID With Me – Need 2 Know (Pinka Panda remix) (White Label)

2.  Disco Fries ft. Hope Murphy – Born Ready (Halogen remix)(Polydor)

3.  Philip George & Dragonette – Feel This Way (3Beat)

4.  Grum – Under Your Skin (Anjunabeats)

5.  Eric Prydz – Liam (taken from his new album Opus)

6.  Same K – Vision Of Night (Statement Recordings!)

7.  Zak Rush – Freefall (Alltum)

8.  SHIHA – Andromeda (Manufactured Music)

9.  Axwell – Barricade (Axtone)

10.  Dave Pearce – Trance Sanctuary (Delirium Recordings)

The Pink Panda crew are creating some amazing stuff at the moment.

Hope Murphy has done a fantastic job on the new Disco Fries record.  Check it out!

The Philip George track is sheer unadulterated fun.

And the others maintain a very high standard this month.

If you haven’t bought the new Eric Prydz album yet you need to do so right now.  It is epic.

Enjoy!

90s Dance Anthems

DJ, producer and radio presenter Dave Pearce is releasing a new compilation album featuring classic dance tracks from the 1990s.

De’Lacy – Hideaway, Gat Decor – Passion, JX – There’s Nothing I Won’t Do and Mory Kante – Yeke Yeke are just some of the tunes featured.

Other popular favourites include Darude – Sandstorm, Underworld – Born Slippy, BT- Flaming June and Alice Deejay – Better Off Alone.

“The 90s was a decade that gave birth to an amazing array of new and different sounds – most of which are still replicated today,” says Pearce.

“From the speed garage found in tracks like Double 99’s Rip Groove or the rave sounds of The Prodigy, to the cool New York house from acts like C&C and Crystal Waters, it was an incredible 10 year period finishing off with the rise of euro dance and trance.”

“There were so many phenomenal gigs and parties along the way.  There were raves at the Astoria with The Prodigy, SL2, Alison Limerick and more.  My first Eden Ibiza and BCM Majorca residencies in the mid 90s, trance parties at Ministry of Sound and Heaven and, of course, the early dance music festivals including Homelands and Creamfields, which helped launch the first big festival dance acts including Chemical Brothers, Faithless, Groove Armada and Underworld.”

“While I could only include a small number of tunes I hope I’ve managed to capture the very essence of what made the 90s such a memorable decade.”

Dave Pearce 90s Dance Anthems will be released on 25 December 2015.