Alesso – Heroes (Original Mix)
If the past two years has taught us anything, it is that Refune Records protégé turned global heavyweight Alesso has a taste for the taking dance music to the masses. The major label advocate with a steady run of festival staples to his belt lands fresh off the cusp of Def Jam debut “Tear The Roof Up” and a notable first in the form of a Snapchat video premiere this month with the pop-scented first taste of his incoming debut album.
Some of the finest moments of Alesso’s recorded career to date have been those in which the young Swede has balanced killer toplines with strong composition and tectonic energy. Even without the latter on show, Lindblad’s crossover legacy remains on course. “Heroes” very much echoes the stadiumesque turn his own live presence has taking, giving a far more tempered and pop-driven spin on his stylings as much cut to the quality we have come to expect from his original productions as ever. With no signs of laurels being rested upon and one of the most advanced balances of commercial and coherent club fundamentals on display in the modern market, these are the razor sharp productions that remind you just Alesso has the entire musical spectrum swooning towards his musical stylings in 2014.