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1 December 2014

Pure Bliss Vocals - Best of 2014

When it comes to Vocal Trance, Pure Bliss Vocals has become a symbol and the authority to the best in quality Vocal performances within Electronic Dance Music. Now in partnership with Raz Nitzan Music/Amsterdam Trance Records we present to you another compilation album. 

Pure Bliss Vocals - Best of 2014 takes a looks back over the year and shares some of the hottest vocals on offer. With music from the likes of Late Night Alumni, Ana Criado, Audrey Gallagher, Tenishia, Ellie Lawson, Allen & Envy, Jan Johnston, Nitrous Oxide, Kaimo K and many more. 



Tenishia & Maria Nayler - Lifetime When Right (Radio Edit)
Beat Service feat. Jess Morgan - When You Won't Come Home (Radio Edit)
Tucandeo & Esmee Bor Stotijn - Northern Lights (Matt Bukovski Edit)
Allen & Envy feat. Jess Morgan - The Heart That Never Sleeps (Radio Edit)
Kaimo K & Sopheary - I Will Feel Again (Radio Edit)
A.R.D.I. & Cynthia Hall - Sunflowers (Radio Edit)
Ana Criado & Nitrous Oxide - Before I Met You (James Rigby Edit)
IRA & Paulina Dubaj - Better In Time (Cold Rush Edit)
Flynn & Denton and Audrey Gallagher - Say My Name (Radio Edit)
Stoneface & Terminal and Ellie Lawson - For You (Radio Edit)
Myon & Shane and Late Night Alumni - Under Your Cloud (Radio Edit)
Tenishia & Ana Criado - Ever True (Radio Edit)
Lost Witness - Happiness Happening (Allen & Envy Edit)
Denise Rivera & Dennis Pedersen - For You To Wake Up (Radio Edit) 
Nitrous Oxide & Neev Kennedy - Let Your Heart Beat Home (Radio Edit)
Clay C & Tiff Lacey - Endless Sleep (Radio Edit)
Arman Bahrami & Molly Bancroft - Loving Out Loud (Kaimo K Edit)
Dart Rayne & Yura Moonlight & Cynthia Hall - Step Towards The Within
Sneijder & Cate Kanell -Letting Me Go (Radio Edit)
Feel & Jan Johnston - Illuminate (First Effect Edit)

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16 October 2014

Ost & Meyer With Ronski Speed & Cate Kanell - Fortress

Essentializm is the latest addition to the Raz Nitzan Music group of labels tailored towards those who love their Progressive sounds. Our aim is to bring you the freshest beats from new, upcoming and already established members of the genre as we hand pick every track when they are perfectly ripe and in season!

Fresh from their Beatport Top 10 hit ‘10 Days’ on Amsterdam Trance Records, Ost & Meyer are back and this time they’ve brought friends! ‘Fortress’ is a collaboration between some big names in the Trance Community: Ronski Speed brings his considerable experience to the group, with his 10+ years in the scene he has certainly cemented his name in Trance history.

Providing the vocals is none other than Cate Kanell, who has graced us with standout performances on ‘Letting Me Go’ with Sneijder, ‘The Mystery’ with Kaimo K and ‘Shelter Me’ with Dart Rayne & Yura Moonlight... Cate is building up quite the resume!


Amos feat. Sara Jane Neild - It Happens

It Happens brings Amos and the great vocals of Sarah Jane Neild together for a massive uplifting vocal trancer. The package includes mixes from Amos & Riot Night, the incredible Steve Morley with his mix already gaining early support from Armin on ASOT and finally Mexican Trance legend Mike Rodas.
Amos & Riot Night Remix
The Amos and Riot night has big kicks and sub, with tech elements and rolling percussions right from the off giving it a really good energy. Atmospheric plucks build the track to a key change thats sure to get crowds moving and Dj’s putting their hands in the air. Airy and almost ghostly pads build the track to the break down where the vocal drops. Sarah Jane has one of those voices and hits the sweet spot as soon as you hear it. Accompanied by big trance pads the vocals works beautifully to bring in the main hook of pure uplifting chords. As they filter out the vocals return to build the track to the drop. And it’s a drop sure to send crowds into hysteria. One not to miss on Digitized and if vocal you trance is your thing, you need this tune in your collection.
Steve Morley Remix
Next up on remix duties is Steve Morley with his uplifting and energetic style. Starting with filtering tech acid sounds a lovely pluck the pads builds atmospherically as it develop. Evolving pads and plucky leads continue to build the euphoric feeling as it reaches the main break down. Big nord style pads filter up bring the vocal with them. This rework really highlights Sarahs voice and the minimal start to the break make this one for those who like vocal trance built around the vocal. Keeping it simple, but really really effective this breakdown really makes the vocal shine and will have listeners hands in the air as it build to a crescendo. Giving the lead a different flavour again Steve delivers with a bright rolling lead arp which builds and builds to the drop, which is another moment or Morley madness in the making. If pure uplifting trance is your thing, this is definitely the version for you and will be in your “got to play list” for a while to come.
Mike Rodas Remix
The Mike Rodas remix brings a faster paced take on Amos’ version with rolling 16th basses that really drive the track along. Bringing the vocals in nice and early in this remix it gives the track a different feel. Big filtering pads and square arps build the track as it moves towards the break, and brings the vocal back in, before dropping listeners into break that will bring one of those hands in the air with your eyes closed moments to crowds everywhere. Ethnics style pads and deep subby bass pads mean this remix will really work on bug systems in big venues; not to mention everywhere else! Again, using the vocals to the build the track back up, this time the vocal point after the break is big ducking pads, accompanied by the vocals and ethnic pads. Mike Rodas has done a great job putting a different spin on this track. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
That concludes yet another great pack from Digitized.

Out Now: Menno de Jong feat. Aneym - Your Heaven:

Menno de Jong releases his brand new single ‘Your Heaven’ together with established Polish songstress Aneym. With its uplifting trance sound, accompanied by a driving beat and Aneym’s beautiful vocals this track is a perfect fit for the In Trance We Trust imprint.

Menno de Jong is primarily a DJ, but is also known as an accomplished producer and the founder of Intuition Recordings. He was already interested in music, classical as well as modern, at a young age and took up DJ-ing as a teenager releasing his first single “Guanxi” in 2004. Since then Menno has done various successful releases and received support from such DJ’s as Tiësto and Armin van Buuren. With the ‘Intuition Sessions’ he showcases his label and his broad style of trance and progressive.



14 October 2014

Super8 & Tab feat. Julie Thompson - Let Go

The second single from Super8 & Tab’s forthcoming second album, 'Unified'. This is “Let Go feat. Julie Thompson”.

Pre-order Super8 & Tab’s new album 'Unified' here.



11 October 2014

Steve Nyman & Paulina Dubaj - The Loneliest Place

Next up on Amsterdam Trance Records is a collaboration between Swiss producer Steve Nyman and the talented Paulina Dubaj. Steve has been making an impression on the Trance community of late with releases on Tool Records and A&R as well as remixes for Ronski Speed and Richard Durand. Paulina has been keeping busy herself teaming up with Xtigma on ‘Should’ve Known Better’ and IRA with ‘Better In Time’.

Here on ‘The Loneliest Place’, both artists show us what they’re made of with quality performances, excellent production values and a fresh sound. Also included is an energy filled remix from one of the hottest names to emerge from Poland in recent years. Hot on the heels of his Still Holding On remix for Conjure One, Arisen Flame has the magic touch once again!


Lyrics: Andrew Rayel feat. Alexandra Badoi - Goodbye

Lyrics: Andrew Rayel feat. Alexandra Badoi - Goodbye


Open your doors,
'Ready your angels
Maybe she falls…
Give her two wings,
Teach her to fly,
No fear and no tears,
She’ll say just goodbye…

Without your love
All is a lie,
There’s cold and pain inside,
You fade that shining light…
Please stop her,
Before she says goodbye…


10 October 2014

Giuseppe Ottaviani - 'GO On Air'

The brainchild of producer, composer and impresario Giuseppe Ottaviani, over the last five years the GO On Air’s multi-span platform has expanded to encompass a weekly radio show/podcast, mix-albums and club nights - all mandated to bring the best of the current/future best to electronic music fans.

In February of this year, in a new progression to its line, Ottaviani opened GO On Air’s label division. In, but a few short months, release-by-release, GO On Air Recordings’ following has built exponentially. Drawing glowing praise and plaudit in the process, its
releases have routinely drawn ovation-like responses from DJs, fans and the media alike. Of late it’s triggered one of the UK’s best known dance publications to question whether GO On Air Recordings could even be “The label debut of 2014?

Now, to sign-off on its astonishing creation year, Ottaviani delivers fans old and new GO ON’s new mix-comp proposition. Assiduously A&R’d throughout the summer months, it contains an extraordinary 30 never-previously-heard tracks. Also on board is audio from the scene’s big hitters, including Aly & Fila, John O’Callaghan, Roger Shah, Sied van Riel, Sean Tyas, Giuseppe himself (naturally!) and many others. Showcasing the label’s A/W 2014/2015 music collection, across two exceptional discs and mixes, this is exclusive-packed music mix-comp that dares to bottle lightning and touch trance’s third rail. 

Pre-order Giuseppe Ottaviani Presents GO On Air through iTunes now and receive three bonus tracks, 2 instant-grat tracks and a special pre-order only track with your purchase. 

Regarding the label’s establishment, Giuseppe said: GO On Air Recordings had been in my mind for such a long time. It just required the right set of circumstances and the right point in my career to push ahead with it. That happened in 2014. What I wanted with GO On Air Recordings is a natural continuation of GO On Air Radio’s policy: music that speaks to me, and I know will speak to my fans” 

Of the album, Ottaviani continues: “I couldn’t have dreamed of a better response to our first releases. With those ‘foundations’ in place though, now comes time for the ‘cement’! I believe the tracks we have signed for this album will demonstrate that GO On Air Recordings can become a world-class platform to release on. You’re going to be hearing a lot from the label over the coming months. But you’re not going to hear it anywhere earlier than here!    

GO On’s M.O. is an acutely balanced blend, mixing known names, a smattering of judiciously rebooted classics and a notable focus on pinpointing tomorrow’s stars. With all four fingers on the pulse of the scene’s most gifted nu-bloods, for the album it’s inked their finest fresh from the studio desk. The production names you may just be starting to hear about; their music though speaks plenty loud for itself.     

In terms of what to expect, we’ll defer to the dance press, who across the last six GO On Recs months have variously described the label’s music as everything from “thrilling” to “thunderous”, “cool” to “a masterstroke” and quite simply “Winner”!

As the curtain goes up on the first mix, Giuseppe scene-sets with the atmospherically melodic trifecta of
Matt Holliday’s ‘New Leaf’, ‘A New Hope’ from Oskar Sawicki and Ilya Syntez’s ‘Awakening’. Further in, deeper prog-trance waits in the wings, with Denis Sender & Rafael Osmo ‘Arrive’, recent GO On release ‘The Discovery’ (from Canada’s Somna), Dawn’s ‘The Things We Never See’ and others make the midrange rock and the bass shake. Vocally the album is also profuse, with Alex Staltari turn on Misja Helsloot’s ‘Inevitable’, Paul Legvand’s ‘I Miss You’ and John Mash feat Ariette Florence’s ‘Melancholia’ all letting the singers do what they were put here to do.

Mix 2 rolls out some bigger name guns, as recent John O'Callaghan smash ‘Games‘, Aly & Fila & Roger Shah’s FSOE350 anthem ‘Eye 2 Eye’, Sied Van Riel ‘8 Decades’ and others all find their way under Giuseppe’s laser. Uplifting euphorica is likewise never far from his CDJs… Ciaran McAuley’s ‘It Doesn't Rain Forever’, the Tiff Lacey-sung / Sygma-produced ‘Way of Dreams’, Warren Adam’s ‘A1 day’ and Alex Ender ‘Treacherous’ all sealing in its numerous highs along the way. 

Man of the Match Giuseppe also lends his maestro-like production touch at regular mix-waypoints. Drawing the first disc to a close, you’ll find his Sean Tyas’s collab ‘Plan B’, whilst opening the second is ‘The Silence Of Time’ alongside fellow countryman Andrea Mazza. For trance classicists there’s something extra special too: 
a fresh G.O. revision of 4 Strings’ timeless ‘Into The Night’.    

A genuine feat of A&R engineering, ‘GO ON Air’ super-impressive recent, thrilling present and so, so bright future are all here, on one sensational album. It’s available from all good stores from October 13th.  

GO On Air Radio Moves To DI.FM
This October 6
th, the GO On Air Radio show will be relocating to DI.FM. Now positioned in its new 7PM CET time slot, it will kick off with a monster GO On Air Special on October 13th. Dually celebrating the DI.FM move and the release of the album, make sure you tune in and catch all the music, action & latest info! 


Disc 01

01. Matt Holliday - New Leaf (Intro Mix)
02. Oskar Sawicki - A New Hope  
03. Ilya Syntez - Awakening  
04. Denis Sender & Rafael Osmo -  Arrive  
05. Dawn - The Things We Never See  
06. Misja Helsloot feat. Alex Staltari - Inevitable)   
07. Floe - Metroplex (Giuseppe Ottaviani Fix)  
08. Pacific Nation - Waterfall 
09. Narayana - Electra    
10. Alex Wackii & Johann Stone - Frisland  
11. Burak & Emre -  Reveal Yourself  
12. Gordey Tsukanov - Karundo  
13. Pierre Pienaar & Dirkie Coetzee feat. Ridgwalkers - Frozen Winter (Dirkie Coetzee Remix)   
14. Somna - The Discovery  
15. Paul Legvand - I Miss You  
16. John Mash feat. Ariette Florence - Melancholia (Giuseppe Ottaviani Fix)   
17. Colonial One feat. Eva Kade - Where You Are  
18. Sean Tyas & Giuseppe Ottaviani - Plan B  

Disc 02

01. Giuseppe Ottaviani & Andrea Mazza - The Silence Of Time 
02. Alex Ender - Treacherous 
03. Matt Chowski - Desire  
04. Rene Ablaze feat. Crystal Blakk - See Mee (Original Bangin' Mix)  
05. Matt Eray - Sun In The Morning  
06. 4 Strings - Into The Night (Giuseppe Ottaviani Remix)  
07. Ula - Road To Nowhere (Chris Metcalfe Remix) 
08. Ciaran McAuley - It Doesn't Rain Forever (Giuseppe Ottaviani Fix)  
09. John O'Callaghan & Jennifer Rene - Games (Standerwick Remix)   
10. WeAreAliens - Outcast (Giuseppe Ottaviani Fix)  
11. Aly & Fila meets Roger Shah feat. Sylvia Tosun - Eye 2 Eye (Extended Mix)  
12. Sied Van Riel feat. Adina Butar - 8 Decades (First Effect Remix)  
13. Sygma & Tiff Lacey - Way of Dreams (Marco Bragadin Trance Mix)  
14. Warren Adam - A1 Day  
15. Dark Fusion feat. Amy Kirkpatrick - Red Sky  
16. Peter Santos - Under The Same Sky  
17. Sunset feat. Love Dimension - I Just Wanna Dream (Giuseppe Ottaviani Fix) 


Solarstone - Pure Trance 3 - Mixed By Solarstone & Bryan Kearney

Ah, October!! Once that rubbishy no-mans-land wedged between summer’s last surge and the build-up to the festive season… Now though, for electronic music lovers, you’re hard-pressed to pick a livelier month, with 31 days of music convention/festival thrills and DJ/music poll reveals. And, come the end of the month, to cap it all off, there’s the annual ‘state-of-the-Pure-Trance-union’ mix-comp ‘address’!

Pure Trance’s has again been a rolling boulder of momentum over the last 12 months, with evermore DJs heeding the call of the PURE! The press have been kind.... MIXMAG magazine called the first compilation “highly impressive” and its second “a huge step up again”. Last month, in a key feature, DJ Mag UK cited Pure Trance as a major catalyser in “trance staging a major comeback”. The fans have been kinder yet, flocking to Pure Trance events at WMC in Miami, ADE in Amsterdam, Ibiza and dozens of other electronic music metropolises around the globe.

Now, in its third year, the evermore-established origin-trance series marshals–up for its regular end-of-Oct release spot. Following co-mix tenures by Orkidea, and last year Giuseppe Ottaviani, in 2014 it’s younger-gun Bryan Kearney who joins Solarstone at the controls. In the search of the P.T. chosen, they’ve forensically slid 1000s of tracks under the Pure microscope, finally identifying 37 of the most exclusive uncorrupted and virtuous trance tracks out there. Big name productions passing the clarity check include music from the desks of Aly & Fila, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Thrillseekers, Sied van Riel, John O’Callaghan, Arctic Moon and Ferry Tayle, as well as much from Solarstone & Bryan themselves. As is Pure Trance covenant, the album is as much about the ‘future-perfect’ producers as it is ’present day’ legends. In that, it brings music from dozens of nu-bloods: Sneijder, Will Atkinson, Adam Ellis, Standerwick, The Noble Six and Liam Wilson among them.   

Puritans, your deliverance from the derivative is once again nigh! ‘Pure Trance Vol. 3’ enters the arena October 27th.

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So what’s inside the third box, we hear you ask!? Well in short: masses, but more specifically, leading the mix-charge is Pure’s conceptador himself, Solarstone. Early in, he mixes up his Retouches of tracks by Liam Wilson’ and Artur (‘Set In Stone’ and ‘Rays’ respectively) with Pure Mix variations of ‘Flying’ from Silvermine and Gai Barone’s ‘Mr. Slade’. There are also outstanding sonic crossbreeds, with Winkee’s ‘Assassin’ kinetically encountering Solarstone’s ‘Dark Heart’, and further in Alex M.O.R.P.H.’s more ‘Sacred’ variety brilliantly interplayed with Sied van Riel’s ‘Gravity’. There are nods to Pure’s lineage too, with a highly respectful after-touch of Jam & Spoon’s ‘Odyssey To Anyoona’ (recently cited by both Solarstone & Armin in the UK’s DJ Mag as 1 of the 10 most important trancers of all time!) and Z2/Neptune Project’s rework of Oliver ‘Ecano’ Lieb’s immortal ‘Run’. With plenty more abound from production hounds like Thrillseekers, Driftmoon, Orkidea and Adam Ellis, the mix runs hot from first beat to last!

On a Purely personal note, Solarstone says: The year since Vol. 2 has been
 a fabulous twelve months not just for the Pure Trance movement, but for the Trance scene on the whole. Bryan and I have dug deep into the record boxes and demo banks, searching for those glimmers & sparks of musical inspiration from both established and previously unknown artists, to bring you an emotive ride through the many shades of the Pure Trance sound.
If you have attended any
 of our Pure Trance events, you will understand exactly the journey upon which this album will take you. If
 you have not yet had that pleasure, simply close your eyes, take a deep breath, and immerse yourself in this tapestry of melodies, grooves & emotions
An origin-trance dedicate, over the last three years Bryan Kearney’s DJing, together with his Kearnage imprint have propelled him to the forefront of the scene. Brilliantly distilling the sub-genre to absolute purification, his mixes play trancers from neophytes like The Noble Six, Chris Metcalfe, Alex Di Stefano and Will Atkinson off against those of more seasoned operators. The mix’s midsection it heavy with known-names, as John O’Callghan’s ‘The Saw’, Aly & Fila vs. Sneijder’s ‘Full Throttle’ (and ‘Nubia’ with Ferry Tayle) and Arctic Moon’s ‘Revolution’ all come under his laser. Its climax brings Adam Ellis’ remix of Fred Baker’s roots return tune ‘Rebirth’ and Bryan’s own, just-finished mix of the title track from US alt-rock vocalist Plumb’s ‘Need You Now’.  
By way of introduction, Bryan says:My mix is a representation of what I consider trance to be, versatile, energetic with power and passion. You will get a glimpse of the future of my own label Kearnage with nine tracks produced especially for this album.
 I have to once again say thank you to all the producers for providing me with such high quality music. It made the process of compiling this mix so much easier
STOP PRESS: Catch Pure Trance LIVE! Over the last 3 years Solarstone presents Pure Trance’s event concept has visited in excess of 40 electronic music capitals around the world. To celebrate the release of album strike #3, Solarstone, accompanied by Aly & Fila, Giuseppe Ottaviani (Live), Orkidea and Sneijder, will be making a hotly anticipated return to the Dutch capital during ADE week. You can catch them riverside at Hotel Arena,
(‘s Graveandestraat 51) for the 2014 ADE edition of Solarstone Presents Pure Trance on October 16th.
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Solarstone pres. Pure Trance Vol. 3: Mixed by Solarstone + Bryan Kearney

Disc 1 - Mixed by Solarstone

01. Liam Wilson - Set In Stone (Solarstone Retouch)
02. Winkee vs Solarstone - Dark Assassins Heart
03. Simon Templar - To The Stars (Pt. I)
04. Jam & Spoon - Odyssey To Anyoona
05. Silvermine - Flying (Solarstone Pure Mix)
06. Solarstone - Shield (Pt. I)
07. The Thrillseekers - Find You
08. Artur - Rays (Solarstone Retouch)
09. Gai Barone - Mr. Slade (Solarstone Pure Mix)
10. Dan Stone - Kito
11. Driftmoon - Summerstone
12. Alex M.O.R.P.H. - Sacred Heart
13. Sied van Riel featuring Alicia Madison – Gravity (Acapella) 
14. Sied van Riel & Standerwick - In A Perfect World (Solarstone Pure Mix)
15. Adam Ellis - Aulus
16. Orkidea - Purity (Sneijder Remix)
17. Ecano - Run (Z2 vs. Neptune Project LSD Mix)
Disc 2 - Mixed by Bryan Kearney

01. Alex Di Stefano - Escape From the Past  
02. Mark Leanings - Dropshot (Sam Jones Remix)
03. Will Atkinson - Harvester
04. Sam Jones & Rhys Thomas - The End
05. Mark Leanings - Inverter
06. John O'Callaghan - The Saw
07. Aly & Fila vs Sneijder - Full Throttle (Album Mix)
08. James Rigby - Night Owl
09. Paul Denton - Zonked 
10. E-Clip vs Symbolic - Live Your Life 
11. Arctic Moon featuring Noire Lee - Revolution (James Rigby Remix)
12. Darren Porter - The Oracle 
13. Liam Wilson - Impression
14. The Noble Six vs. Chris Metcalfe - Ocean Avenue
15. Warren Adam - Air Punch
16. Aly & Fila with Ferry Tayle - Nubia (Album Mix)
17. Sam Jones & Will Rees - Oversight
18. Bryan Kearney - The Things We Should Say
19. Fred Baker - Rebirth (Adam Ellis Remix)
20. Plumb - Need You Now (How Many Times) (Bryan Kearney Remix) 

8 October 2014

Adam Ellis & Neev Kennedy - Reason To Believe

Adam Ellis has made a huge impact on the Trance scene, with massive remixes for Paul van Dyk and Seven Lions as well as support from John O’Callaghan, Sneijder and Adam White. His sound is reminiscent of that classic Trance vibe, with excellent production values and great atmosphere.

We’re big fans here at Amsterdam Trance Records so what better way to celebrate than have Adam join forces with another one of our favourites, the ever talented Neev Kennedy. Coming off massive releases with Nitrous Oxide and Richard Durand, Neev lends her amazing vocals to Adam’s top quality production and the result is pure magic...


RAM & Stine Grove - RAMore

Following in his trademark line of RAM-prefaced titles (‘RAMsterdam’, ‘RAMelia’, ‘RAMplify’ & ‘RAMnesia’, to mention but a handful of his best-knowns), ‘RAMore’ is another astonishingly uplifting trance-fired outing. 

The vocal side of ‘RAMore’s equation rests in the always capable hands of Copenhagen-based vox-stress Stine Grove... No stranger to Planet Trance, she’s previously brought her lyrical & vocal touch to the outings of many a luminary’s production, Thrillseekers, Lange and Ronski Speed among them.

Musically the Dutchman’s signature euphoric sonics are, as ever, intensely coded into ‘RAMore’s binary… Ramped up to floor-attacking tempo, its forceful kick-drums, synthesized brio, thunderous 18-wheeler bass and Stine’s hairs-up harmonies collectively set the mercury on the rise. Contrasting beautifully with her faintly lamenting lyrical insights, the Danish singer’s emotionally charged vocals converge around RAM’s symphonically built, harp-string strung break. Reaching its zenith, RAM brilliantly recharges the track’s synths, lofting the Grotesque Music debut up to Everest-like heights. 

Hot on its heels there’s plenty ‘forthcomings’ to look forward to from Grotesque this year. 


Out Now: Solis & Sean Truby With Audrey Gallagher - Skin Deep (Standerwick Remix)

Tipping Infrasonic over the 150th release mark in style, thanks to a killer remix that comes from a UK based DJ/producer who is going from strength to strength in 2014. Standerwick is on hand and delivers a killer reworking of the epic ‘Skin Deep’ from Solis & Sean Truby with Audrey Gallagher. 

The original has already been hammered by many of the trance family’s elitist members and the remixes we have lined up for you are not going to disappoint! Standerwick takes no prisoners and delivers a heads down rework of the original. Throbbing kicks, plucky leads, slamming grooves and of course Audrey’s lush vocal to top it off. If the original made you weak at the knees, then this remix from Standerwick is going to blow your mind. BIG!