Eric Prydz Picks a New Year's Eve Playlist
"Let's make New Year's Eve 2013 one to remember!" the "Call on Me" DJ tells PEOPLE
Unfortunately not everyone can be in Las Vegas when the ball drops this year, but Eric Prydz is bringing the party to PEOPLE.com readers in advance.
The DJ and producer, 36 – best known for his 2004 hit single, “Call on Me” – is playing a three-hour extended set at Surrender Nightclub on Monday, and he’s sharing the tracks he’s most excited to spin, including songs from his album, Eric Prydz Presents Pryda.
“I love to play on New Year’s Eve because it has that special tension in the air,” Prydz says. “People are so excited about the new year coming, leaving the old behind and starting fresh. It’s also the perfect excuse to blow off some steam after that long Christmas with family. Let’s make New Year’s Eve 2013 one to remember!”
Recently scoring a Grammy nomination for his remix of M83’s “Midnight City,” Prydz, who is relocating to Los Angeles, already predicts 2013 “is going to be an amazing year.”
As for his evening playlist, he plans to “blend a lot of the highlights from the past year with classics and brand new music set to blow up in 2013.”
Check out part of his planned set below:
• Jeremy Olander – "Let Me Feel"
“This tune has spring/summer of 2013 written all over it. It’s such a feel good track!”
• Fehrplay – "I Can’t Stop It"
“Fehrplay had a great year in 2012 and is set to blow up in 2013. This is his forthcoming single on my Pryda Friends imprint. The first time I heard this record, it took me somewhere really nice.”
• Rone – "Parade (Dominik Eulberg Remix)"
“Every now and then there is a track that comes along and blows your mind. This is one of those tracks. Nine minutes of pure emotion.”
• Eric Prydz – "Every Day"
“This one has been huge for me this summer and fall. Enough said.”
• Pachanga Boys – "Time"
“This was the soundtrack of my summer 2012. And I’m sure I’m not alone on that one.”
• Para One – "When the Night (Breakbot Remix)"
“I’ve been a fan of Para One’s music for many years and this one is no exception. This song has a great retro vibe with a modern touch from Breakbot on this remix.”
• Pig & Dan – "Savage"
“This is a real club stomper. I can’t wait to play this one out.”
• Pryda – "The End"
“I had to throw this one in. It’s one of the biggest releases on Pryda to date.”
• Green Velvet & Harvard Bass – "Lazer Beams"
“Hit me with those laser beams!”
• Deetron feat. Hercules & Love Affair – "Crave (Deetron cRAVE Dub)"
“This song is a dark, big room destroyer.” Listen here