19 Songs, 2 Hours 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Swedish-born DJ/producer/songwriter stretches out on the follow-up to 2012’s groundbreaking full-length debut; the aptly named, double-length Opus is an adrenaline shot of sweeping melodies and opulent progressive house. Using slow-boiling build-ups, layered synths, and spikes of dissonance, Prydz thrills us with propulsive tracks like “Trubble” and “Som Sas”—which find balance in the cool seduction of songs like “Klepht” and “Eclipse.” The most unforgettable moment arrives in the middle of the two-hour set with “Breathe,” a cathartic collaboration with Pendulum’s Rob Swire.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Swedish-born DJ/producer/songwriter stretches out on the follow-up to 2012’s groundbreaking full-length debut; the aptly named, double-length Opus is an adrenaline shot of sweeping melodies and opulent progressive house. Using slow-boiling build-ups, layered synths, and spikes of dissonance, Prydz thrills us with propulsive tracks like “Trubble” and “Som Sas”—which find balance in the cool seduction of songs like “Klepht” and “Eclipse.” The most unforgettable moment arrives in the middle of the two-hour set with “Breathe,” a cathartic collaboration with Pendulum’s Rob Swire.

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