When DJs release albums, the first question should always be: what KIND of album is this? Is it a compilation album? Is it an artist album? Well, the legendary globetrotting Tiësto is releasing a new album on June 17 and we have those questions covered. A Town Called Paradise is the fifth full-length artist album from Tiësto and it’s actually available for streaming right now via iTunes Radio “First Play.” The record itself features collaborations with Icona Pop, Hardwell, Matthew Koma, Danny Avila, Krewella, and a few other names to bring you some quality progressive house anthems. This album has already had some massive chart success with singles like “Wasted,” “Red Lights,” and “Let’s Go.”
There are few names these days in the progressive, main stage house scene that get me excited and Tiësto is one of those names if only for the legendary status he’s already attained himself and what he’s done for the entire dance music scene. Peep the album via the iTunes stream and hear Tiësto chat about the album below, and if you’re in NYC next Tuesday, you can join Tiësto in celebrating the release of his album with a massive show at Terminal 5.