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Best Eric Prydz Songs of All Time – Top 5 Tracks

Eric Sheridan Prydz born 19 July 1976, also known by his aliases Pryda and Cirez D among a number of others, is a Swedish DJ, record producer, and musician. He rose to fame with his 2004 hit single “Call on Me”, and saw continued chart success with “Proper Education” in 2007, and “Pjanoo” in 2008. In 2016, he released his debut studio album, Opus.

Together with Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello, Prydz formed a group of DJs that informally referred to themselves as the Swedish House Mafia. When the group with the same name officially formed in late 2008, Prydz decided not to join his friends. He has collaborated with Axwell under the name Axer and with Angello as A&P Project.

In 2009, Prydz released “Miami to Atlanta”, where the “Pryda snare” was first used. The Pryda snare is a popular technique in house and trance music consisting of using a compressed and sustained snare sample at the end of a bar. Commonly used to mark progressions in a song structure, it has been widely sampled in the electronic dance music world, notably by producers such as Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and W&W.

In 2017, he won DJ of the Year at the Electronic Music Awards and was also nominated for Live Act of the Year.

See a full list of upcoming Eric Prydz shows here.

Without further ado, Eric Prydz’s top 5 tracks of all time:

5. Eric Prydz – Every Day

4. Eric Prydz – Liberate

3. Eric Prydz – Call On Me

2. Eric Prydz – Pjanoo (Club Mix)

1. Eric Prydz – Opus

BONUS: Eric Prydz – Generate

Marquee Dayclub Dome Open Every Saturday 2016-2017

A common lament of visitors to Las Vegas in late fall comes with the discovery that Las Vegas’ legendary pool parties are not a year-round affair.

While most casino swimming pools stay open all year long, the Las Vegas dayclub pool party scene — complete with big-name DJs, high-wattage light shows and bikini-clad throngs grooving between cabanas with high-priced bottle service — is closed from mid-October until spring.

The Marquee Dayclub Dome at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, however, keeps the party going by bringing the club indoors — or more accurately, bringing the indoors to the club, which otherwise is an outdoor party destination. This is the third year that the Dome has been in service.

The dome is semipermanent structure made of a glasslike fabric that weighs 106,000 pounds and covers nearly 30,000 square feet of pool area at The Cosmopolitan. It comes complete with a sprinkler system and other safety features made necessary by the disappearance of the Harmon Hotel next door, which changed relevant wind patterns. Temperatures inside can be maintained between 80 and 90 degrees.

In previous years, the indoor dayclub was open for just a few special dates. But this year the Marquee domed dayparty will be in full swing every Saturday through the winter, until pool season officially kicks off in March.

If you’re looking to buy tickets, you can use code DISCO at MarqueeLasVegas.com to get $5 off your ticket purchases.

If you’re looking to book tables or sign up for free guestlist, check out our free mobile app.

 

The DJs line up so far:

  • 10/29/16 – Eric Prydz
  • 10/30/16 – Halloween Weekend
  • 11/5/16 – Tritonal
  • 11/12/16 – Mike Attack
  • 11/19/16 – Cedric Gervais
  • 11/26/16 – Mike Attack
  • 12/3/16 – Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
  • 12/10/16 – Andrew Rayel
  • 12/17/16 – Sander Van Doorn
  • 12/24/16 – TBA
  • 12/31/16 – Cash Cash
  • 1/1/17 – Dash Berlin
  • 1/7/17 – TBA
  • 1/14/17 – TBA
  • 1/15/17 – TBA
  • 1/21/17 – TBA
  • 1/22/17 – TBA
  • 1/28/17 – TBA