Vigel brings us 1 hour of the freshest big-room tunes, from across the globe. Look out for music by Maor Levi, Mike Hawkins and plenty of the tunes by the man himself!
Vigel ft. Eric Lumiere – Hear The Sound 00:00
Maor Levi – Nova 03:33
Vigel – Z3RO 08:15
Sander Van Doorn & Arty vs. W&W & Jonas Stenberg – Daddyrock’s Silence (Mashup) 12:21
Vigel – Children 14:25
Vigel – Echoes 17:52
Tritonal ft. Laurell – Good Thing (Remix) 21:54
Mike Hawkins – Crocodile 24:36
Bobina ft. Denise Rivera – Siente (Remix) 27:10
Jason Ross vs. Motorcycle – As The Rush Coaster Comes (Mashup) 30:34
Protoculture – Pegasus (Remix) 34:15
Tritonal vs. Above & Beyond vs. Nadia Ali – Rapture Walter White Ginsu (Edit) 37:42
Andrew Rayel ft. Jonathan Mendelsohn – Home (Remix) 40:32
Genix – For Those We Lost (Vigel Low Injection) 44:20
Super8 & Tab – Cosmo (Remix) 47:00
Gareth Emery & Standerwick vs. W&W – U Saving Light (Mashup) 50:38
Ilan Bluestone ft. Giuseppe De Luca – Let Me Know 53:22
First State & Vigel – Resurrected (Vigel Resurrection Edit) 57:15
One of the top producers, Vigel is making his mark on the dance music world at the moment.
Starting from the unique and widely supported “Crunch” collaboration with Bobina on Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings, he has deserved the right to be heard. In 2015, he released an impressive instrumental called “SQRT” on Armada Trice. The track became one of the most played records of the year on Armin van Buuren’s A State Of Trance Radio and got played by most of the superstar DJs including Hardwell, Martin Garrix, R3hab, David Guetta and more. This released was quickly followed up by a huge collaboration with Matisse & Sadko released on Doorn/Spinnin called “TENGU” , it received huge hype from the premiere at Ultra Music Festival by Steve Angello and made it to the Beatport Top 5 after just 1 week in charts. Right after this, his collaboration with Tom Swoon “Nothing To Lose” got released on Armada Trice.
Supported on every major festival in the world from A State Of Trance and Tomorrowland to Ultra Music Festival and Electric Daisy Carnival, on radio shows from BBC Radio 1 to Sirius XM, he has made a huge impact only at beginning stages of his career. With crafted and unpredictable sound showing his huge potential, he’s definitely one to watch out for in the next few years.