Published on May 24th, 2012 | by EDMinsider0
Top Trance & Progressive Tracks of the Week (5/24/12)
This week comes a little collaboration from Juventa and Answer42 from Enhanced Recordings: “Like These Eyes.” Two mixes, two styles and two new tunes for your audio catalog. Juventa’s mix highlights the sparkling melody and features a supremely layered bass line and kick to boot. Answer42 puts a groovy lead that pumps the progressive breakdown forward. No need to make this complicated. Just purchase them at one of the download links below and you’ll thank us after.
1: Juventa & Answer42 – Like These Eyes (Juventa Mixes)
2: Juventa & Answer42 – Like These Eyes (Answer42 Mixes)
US duo Norin & Rad return to Anjunabeats with two tracks: the first – “Pistol Whip.” No point in buckling up. This progressive, forward-thinking trancer manages to put the word epic to the test. The B-side is “Zion.” Much like the last remaining city in the Matrix, this dramatic track is highlighted by “One” feature – a piano breakdown that glides with fluttering air-strung fingertips. The EP is available now but we warn you, basslines might cause whiplash.
Release Date: 21st May 2012
Cat. Number: ANJ243D
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1: Norin & Rad – Pistol Whip (Original Mixes)
2: Norin & Rad – Zion (Original Mixes)
Here’s what’s ridiculous – the consistent awesomeness of Mike Danis. He has a new EP just released on Enhanced Progressive. “Terminal” and “Hurricane” are two tracks that are more specifically, in your immediate future. By default, you’ll need a couple of bucks and a rig to play some audio on. Put on “Terminal” and you’ll have a hard and heavy track that may cause slight vibrations. Afterward, shower yourself in the glitz and glow of “Hurricane.” The track features a break that will cover you with a bright piano and bring you into the eye of the storm during the complimentary breakdown. Just as you touch down from your short flight, you can head on back through “Terminal” and start all over again.
1: Mike Danis – Terminal (Original Mixes)
2: Mike Danis – Hurricane (Original Mixes)
German producer Cold Blue drops “The Pessimist” on Monster Tunes. It’s a dark and heavy tech-trance track that builds itself into a rumbling atmosphere through a sharp melody and a varying synth arrangement for the breakdown. Really, it does rumble. It’ll be good for rave-oriented evenings or just a pile of pals in circle who feel like traveling ten years into the future for eight minutes. Time well spent.
Release Date: (all stores) 4th June 2012
Cat. Number: MONSTER058
Record Label: Monster Tunes
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1: Cold Blue – The Pessimist (Original Mix)
2: Cold Blue – The Pessimist (Radio Mix)
Jody Wisternoff’s debut solo album Trails We Blaze releases May 28th and to get you ready, Jody has a little tune that just might make you smile. “How You Make Me Smile” featuring the seductive vocals of Pete Josef is a blend of all that sweet summer has to offer. Laid back and smooth, grab a beverage and sit by the pool or the beach or in traffic, close your eyes and let the organic-deep house vibes seep in like the afternoon sun. The original and dub mix were released May 14th. After you stop by your everyday-local-online-audio-store, grab the remixes by Vincenzo and Celsius released May 21st. Hot as the Sahara and lush as the Amazon, these two remixes will fulfill your summer’s varying desires. Burn these babies to a CD, sync them to your pod and prepare yourself for the progressive mellow outing, Trail’s We Blaze next week.
Release Date: 14th May 2012
Cat. Number: ANJDEE145D
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1. How You Make Me Smile (Original Mix)
2. How You Make Me Smile (Dub Mix)
Release Date: 21st May 2012
Cat. Number: ANJDEE145RD
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1. How You Make Me Smile (Vincenzo Remix)
2. How You Make Me Smile (Celsius Remix)
Article by: Mark Luzzi