If W&W’s jaw-dropping synths don’t give you goosebumps, it’s time to visit a doctor. “Moscow” is for those trance lovers who prefer instrumental songs, while striking up an unimpeachable balance between exceedingly heavy and painstakingly melodic. Throw your “W’s” in the air, and let this momentous banger take you away.
Fans of Velvetine have eagerly awaited the trio’s return to the world of trance, and they did not disappoint. “The Great Divide” slowly controls your state of mind with soothing buildups, crashing drums, and vivacious synths that tell an enlightening story throughout. Let the serotonin-flooding vocals of Aruna take you far away.
With around 3,000 versions of “Spectrum” floating around the Internet, it became nearly impossible to keep track of all the good ones. Although it went without saying that Armin van Buuren’s version would tower over the rest. Titillating piano chords coalesce with Matthew Koma’s now ubuqutious vocals, immediately creating visceral magic.
For most artists, compiling a remix release consists of a few simple steps: tossing out the stems, waiting for artists to send their versions back, and than basking in its glory. But this process just wouldn’t have been satisfying enough for Tritonal. The duo worked with each artist on the release, in turn staying true to the original songs. Super8 & Tab held nothing back on this vivacious switch up, and entrancing doesn’t scratch the surface.