How strong did we miss you.
Will you be there?
After a final winter stupor, we gaze into the rays of closer photons and see Matti T‘s latest color expressions, in both his visual artwork and also four new tracks he brings to us. New in style is a more dancefloor like track whose musical direction we already could feel in the Teppana release, a group in which Matti T is a member in. The trance like positive vibes guide us into an ambivalent beauty of a strong electronica track. Sunbeams will increase the spirit and the final track will guide you into another realm, moving and somehow rocking. Dance in the easy chair, with a bittersweet taste of love, loss and hope, amidst a space opera.”
“Based in Antwerp (Belgium), female artist and producer Johanna von Pfeife releases 4 dynamic and energetic tracks.
As producer from one of the origin spots of trance, Johanna celebrates the roots of trance music, spiced with actual influences and technics.
Yet, her current release Devotional Dreaming has become driving and melancholic concurrent. You will always find an emotional touch within her arrangements, but on the other hand you will feel that her music was made for the floor.”
“The different audio tracks which form the base of Granlab’s new EP have already met enthusiastic reactions on the dancefloor as part of his recent livesets. That might be due to the old-school trance vibe which is one of the common denominators of these five heart-warming tracks between peaktime stompers, bleepy electronica and rave anthems of the kind Bicep has made a reputation with in the past. A combination which has already taken dancefloors by storm and is direct result of the pretty familial affair that is the System Errror EP. In the same way Heiko Schwanz and Dirk Lamprecht trust each other blindly when they go about their joint passion for microbrews, they perfectly complement each other when it comes to producing music. Not only because of this has the new Granlab EP emerged into a fairly collaborative operation: Granlab offers up four new tracks, while Dirk aka DML throws in his own trademark sound in the form of two remixes. Among the best showcases for their joint yet complementary approach is ‘Little Escape’, a confident hands-in-the-air trance anthem which is bound to meet wide-eyed dancefloor euphoria and is reworked to the same effect by DML with the help of subtle breakbeats and 90s nostalgia. Five tracks for all dancefloor romantics and all the rave enthusiasts who got a bit long in the tooth but enjoy squeezing into their Aspiral rave shirts every now and then.”