Weekend Teaser (Week 2-2015)

09.01.2015

Weeks and weeks of new releases are coming your way! In this newsitem we'll give you an overview of all the tunes we have coming up.

- Out on January 19

Solarstone - Nothing But Chemistry Here
For his first single action of 2015, Solarstone delivers the long entreated release of one of last year’s set mainstays. ‘Nothing But Chemistry Here’ is now ready to drop science. Solarstone’s Extended version takes the lusciously brooding landscape of his Original vision and fleshes it out into a long-dark-tunnel of a mix. The portentous title line, vibrant low-end LFO and ultra-atmospheric FX are all hinged around its transcendentally tinged female vocal hook. Pulling out all the stops, Italy’s Gai Barone delivers a deliciously slow patrol through the clandestine nether regions of Pure Trance, as his version draws you hypnotically down into ‘Chemistry’s sonic crevasse. Sean Tyas takes the lusciously brooding landscape of Solarstone’s Original vision and accelerates its tempo to peak-time speed, while ramping up ‘Chemistry’s pH up to near hazardous levels of acidizing 303. [Black Hole]

Manufactured Superstars - Magnetic (Junior J Remix)
After originally being released on their Magnetic EP in March of this year, Manufactured Superstars picked up their ‘Magnetic’ release from the shelf again. You have already enjoyed the extended mix and Leon Bolier mix of this energetic and upbeat progressive houser. Now, up and coming multi talent Junior J has taken ‘Magnetic’ and saturated the tune with his own authentic house sound. Bring it on! [Magik Muzik]

Lucky Charmes - Your Light
Lucky Charmes presents his new single Your Light, a mighty fine collaboration with MC Divine. This intense track with an exceptional groovy drop will bring you light whenever you need it! [Flashover House]

The Space Brothers & Mark Sherry - Let It Come
Mark has been a massive fan of The Space Brothers since their incredible burst onto the scene during the famous hallowed ‘trance explosion’ days of the late 90’s, so to combine forces and do a collab with them as they are set to make a huge comeback (with Liam Melly now also as a trusted 'brother') it’s a real honour! With Mark taking care of the tech side of things and the ‘SB’ doing their trance thing, the package is all locked down and ready to burst! [Outburst Records]  

Hamza Khammessi - Distant States
The second Magic Island Records release of this year goes to Hamza Khammessi, with the astounding track “Distant States”. Creating an experience to be remembered with its solid grooves, driving beats and angelic sounding instruments. On remix duties we have O.B.M Notion, who decided to crank it up a notch, turning the track into an even intenser version. [Magic Island Records]

- Out on January 26 

Mike Saint-Jules featuring Molly Bancroft - Colour
Mike Saint-Jules and Molly Bancroft’s ‘Colour’ may be one of the most stunning tracks you will hear before the end of this year. It has the sound of a true trance anthem with its great build-up and Molly’s striking vocals that perfectly reflect the emotional charged music. Must-have material. [In Trance We Trust]

Faruk Sabanci & Nurettin Colak - Undone  
It’s hard to believe that Faruk Sabanci is still in his early twenties if you look at what he accomplished already. This time he teams up with fellow Turkish youngster Nurettin Colak and delivers us Undone. Undone combines that unique and energetic big room trance sound Faruk is known for with an outstandingly haunting melody! Peak time material. [Flashover Trance]

Shelley - Talk About Drums / Killa
Rising star Shelley Johannson from Toronto strictly follows the motto ‘one foot in the booth, one foot on the dancefloor’, and her energy in the DJ booth is nothing short of infectious! Commanding the decks has always been her strongest suit, that was until she channelled this passion into her studio work. This incredible EP contains some of the most creative BXR style techno that we’ve heard in a long time at Techburst HQ, so with Talk About Drums and Killa. Prepare to have your mind blown! [Techburst Records]

Jordan Suckley - Medic
Label boss, Jordan Suckley is back with a peak time Tech Trancer! Throbbing bass and a powerful melody with haunting vocals! [Damaged Records]

 

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