Our fourth edition of this popular read features Factor B’s epic new track on FSOE ‘Something Like a Cure’, Steve Allen & Kinetica’s stunning remix of Elles De Graaf’s ‘Tears From The Moon’, Heatbeat’s remix of Thomas Knight’s new single ‘Emerge’ and more.
Ferry Tayle and Dan Stone’s tremendous new collab has also been featured, as well as Exis’ new track on Who’s Afraid Of 138?!
Hit play below and lose yourself in the music.
Factor B – Something Like a Cure
Lucas Deyong – Bruxa
Lucas Deyong’s ‘Bruxa’ showcases a mighty blend of epic melodies and banging beats, complemented by an awe-inspiring atmosphere. Out March 24 on Digital Society Recordings.
Elles De Graaf – Tears From The Moon (Steve Allen & Kinetica Remix)
Steve Allen and Kinetica deliver a remix of epic proportions. Great remix by even greater producers! Out April 10 on Adrian Raz Recordings.
Fher Vizzuett – Renaissance
The epic melody and massive sounds ensure the unprecedented impact of ‘Renaissance’. Grab it here. (M.I.K.E. Push Studio)
Ferry Tayle & Dan Stone – Vona
The Trance titans ensure top quality and plenty of emotion. Out April 21 on FSOE Fables.
Thomas Knight – Emerge (Heatbeat Remix)
This remix rages through the club like a fiery storm. Grab it here. (Genesis Recordings)
Jordan Suckley – Ritual (ReOrder Remix)
A perfect fit for Damaged Records, ReOrder’s tremendous remix of Jordan Suckley’s ‘Tears Of The Sun’ is without doubt one of the most stellar remixes on the label to date. Out March 20 on Damaged Records.
Sam Laxton – Local Anaesthetic
Containing a stunning melody, the mesmerising atmosphere of ‘Local Anaesthetic’ captures your complete attention from the very first moment you hit play! Out March 27 on AVA White.
Danjo & Styles – What Lies Ahead (Madwave Remix)
Madwave’s sensational remix of Danjo & Styles’ classic ‘What Lies Ahead’ contains a stunning melody, combined with a fantastic selection of uplifting sounds. Grab it here. (High Contrast Recordings)
Exis – Mantra
Exis manages to put out quality release time and time again and ‘Mantra’ is certainly no exception. Grab it here. (Who’s Afraid Of 138?!)