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© Markus SchulzWith the ‘09 and ‘10 instalments having focused on new dance republics in North America, 2011 sees Markus Schulz’s city travelogue comp series return to mainland Europe.

Last visiting in 2008 with ‘Amsterdam’ this new outing sends the series in an easterly direction, homing in on one of Europe’s most breathtaking capitals…

After stepping off stage at the Czech capital’s Transmission - Future Cities event in November, Markus Schulz embarked on a hunting expedition. One that saw him bag, tag & compile the finest, most fitting electronic dance audio available for the ‘Prague’ album. Now, one month ahead of its release, he’s ready to unveil its tracklist…

Akin to its creator ‘Prague’11’ stylistically voyages far and wide; through the darker alleys of deep & tech house, cutting across into the suburbs of progressive, before ascending through melodics & vocals to the peaks of hurricane-force trance.

Mikulas scene-setting beat-less intros (the eponymous ‘Praha’ and geographically-referential ‘50.05°N, 14.28°E’) overture the mixes. From there ‘Prague ’11’s discs twist, wind, pump and all-out pound their way through 27 other high-impact, upfront trax. On Disc 1 the mood-fuelled prog-throb of Eelke Kleijn’sMonkey Movin’ and spaced-out grooves of Mike Saint-Jules’ ‘Crossing Planets’ yield to the stark driving discordance of Snatt & Vix’s ‘Warp Drive’ and housier numbers like Wippenberg’s ‘Phoenix’.

There’s also plenty of fresh-of-the-desk material from the Coldharbour masters too, including new Rex Mundi, Mike Foyle and Grube & Hovsepian gear. Those seeking ‘end-of-the-night’-type thrills will not be left wanting either... The titles alone of Klauss GoulartTurbulence’ & Skytech’s ‘Sirens’ should tell you all you need to know about white-knuckle-ride auditory entertainment ahead!

Read on for the full, unabridged ‘Prague’11’ skinny…

Disc 1:
01. Mikulas - Praha
02. Eelke Kleijn - Monkey Movin’
03. Khomha - Rainy in the Night
04. The Space Rockerz - Get Down City
05. Mike Saint-Jules - Crossing Planets (Basil O'Glue Remix)
06. Saint-X - Bounce
07. Norin & Rad - Segarra
08. Rex Mundi - Sandstone
09. Tucandeo - Lockdown (Big Room Mix)
10. DNS Project featuring Madelin - Another Day
11. Danilo Ercole - Below the Equator Line (Basil O'Glue Remix)
12. Snatt & Vix - Warp Drive
13. Pobsky - Dark Cloud (Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
14. P.A.F.F. - Conductor of Death
15. Wippenberg - Phoenix

Disc 2:
01. Mikulas - 50.05°N, 14.28°E
02. Skytech - Sirens
03. Aerofoil - Caress 2 Impress (Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
04. Erick Strong - Hearts Inside
05. Snatt & Vix featuring Alexandra Badoi - Cold Shower (Markus Schulz Big Room Reconstruction)
06. Aaron Camz - Room to Breathe
07. Beat Service - Outsider
08. Mike Foyle presents Statica - Forty Fathoms
09. Thomas Cresine - Morse Code
10. Rex Mundi - Valley of Dreams
11. Grube & Hovsepian - Invisible
12. Klauss Goulart - Turbulence
13. Hammer & Bennett - Lost
14. Mr. Pit - Backstage

> Previously press news: On November 6th 2010, during the final stages of his Transmission - Future Cities set, Markus Schulz held a poster up to the audience. Caught by the cameras feeding the O2 arena’s video screens the image went stage to ceiling. That poster bore the front cover of ‘Prague’11’ and in holding it aloft Schulz had announced that the Czech capital would be the destination for his 2011 city compilation.

Having played there twice a year, every year for the last five, it’s a place he’s developed a strong association with. His regular visits over the period have positioned him well to see the explosion in the popularity of trance and progressive – a rise Markus gauges visit-on-visit has being “close to exponential”…
He continues: “seeing music scenes expand, no matter what style they are, isn’t something a DJ ever tires of. Going to and from Prague in particular, but also to other Eastern European countries – Poland, The Ukraine for example - over the course of five years, and witnessing what’s happened with the music there, has made for an incredible collective experience for me.

Personally ‘Prague’11’ is designed to reflect not only what’s happening in the city in the hear-&-now, but also my many musical experiences in the Czech Republic at large. Underground spots like Mecca, multitier super-clubs like SaSaZu & world-class arena events like Transmission have all cumulatively played their part. The clubbing population has embraced trance & progressive music on a grand scale and this is me holding a mirror up to it.”

With his fifth Transmission event played in early November, Schulz has spent the intervening 6 weeks on a comprehensive mission to find fresh-off-the-production-desk electronic music from around the world to create Prague’s profile for the release. On the 11th of February he will unveil the mixes and the day after will return to the city with the music to play a special one-off night at the spectacular SaSazU club.

About Markus Schulz’s City Albums Series: Touching down in new metropolises is almost as much a part of being a DJ as working the turntables themselves - a fact that’s never been lost on Markus. In the last six years alone his always-rolling World Tour has taken him to more of them than many will see in a lifetime. It’s this ever-transforming melting pot of sound, sight and musical taste that fed his desire to encapsulate them musically. And in 2005 that’s what he started to do… Since then they have shuttled us between some of the most iconic and best known clubbing cities in the world with Miami, Ibiza and Amsterdam, Toronto & Las Vegas all having their clubbing credos captured in mix form.

It's out in February.

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