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Armin Van Buuren and Eric Prydz - UMF Radio 345 (18-12-2015)

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Armin Van Buuren and Eric Prydz - UMF Radio 345 (18-12-2015)
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Presented by ULTRA Worldwide & hosted by RioTGeaR - UMF Radio brings the Ultra Music Festival experience to your radio every single week. No genre restrictions...just pioneering performances from the world's most in demand DJ's and producers recorded live from ULTRA festivals around the globe as well as in the studio.

Therefore Pryda Friends was created to release friends productions as currently there was no other outlet for the growing list of tracks submitted to Eric by his close colleagues. Collaborations such as the hugely successful Paolo Mojo 1983 & Axer 123/ 321 written with fellow Swede Axwell proved the worth of this new imprint.

It was always the enjoyment of working with music that kept Eric coming back for more. From making music on the piano aged 8 to convincing his parents to buy him a keyboard so he could make his own Depeche Mode tracks it was always just a bit of fun. However, with his debut artist album set to hit the world this summer, Erics key loves of house, techno and electro will see him bring all of his styles under one roof for the first time as his underground club roots come to the fore. A bonefide global chart smash in the making, its surprising just how far a bit of fun can go.

Going back to 1994 Eric became the drummer in a synth band called Enemy Alliance, touring Sweden and dreaming of becoming the next Kraftwerk. He jacked his job in, hooked up with two friends who had a small studio set up making more pop based material and lived the next two years virtually penniless - working on his own hard-hitting, techno-funk tracks and DJing locally when gigs came up.

Erics first release came about almost by accident. Having made a bunch of new material solely on a Roland MC-505 Groovebox he gave a cassette to a friend who ran a clothing store in Stockholm. Eventually finding its way to the London offices of EMIs New Religion, in 2000 they released By Your Side/Mr. Jingles and Eric was at last on the hallowed grooves of black vinyl.
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