Welcome back to another week of Progressive Saturdays here on MYN, I’ve got some great tracks to fuel your Saturday night/Sunday morning and of course the rest of the week. This week we have some new material from Markus Schulz and friends, a few fantastic remixes, a great new track, and another masterful mashup from the Lord of the Trance Armin van Buuren. This summer (and year for that matter) has been absolutely bursting at the seams with great new Trance & Progressive and its really exciting to see the innovative ideas coming from producers in a style the mainstreams claimed as dead. The Invasion really is in full attack! So lets listen to some music!
First up we have Triotonic by Markus Schulz, Elevation, and KhoMha. This track will most assuredly be on Markus’ new Album, Scream, coming out at the end of the month, and if this track is any indication, good things are to come!
Next is a freakin’ amazing remix of Markus Schulz’s remake of Cass & Slides trance classic, Perception. Rafael Frost brings a fresh new sound to the mix adding a little more uplifting feel to the remake. Here is Markus Schulz feat. Justine Suissa - Perception (Rafael Frost Remix).
Norin & Rad keep an incredible year rolling on with an outstanding remix of Above & Beyond and Andy Moor’s emotional, Air For Life. Contributing that great Norin & Rad sound that adds an excellent bit of darkness and bass to a track, this remix is a fun one.
Finally a great new Tech-Trance track! Juventa & Johnny Yono create a great rhythmic, powerful, driving track that will really get you going. Here is Juventa & JohnnyYono - The Machine.
Tom Fall is at it again making great remixes that add a bit of electro and progressive house sounds to a trance track. This time its is a remix of Armin’s massive track J’ai Envie De Toi, released earlier this year under is alias Gaia. Enjoy!
Well the Master of the Mashup is back, creating another piece that flows like an original mix. Here is Tomas Heredia vs Armin van Buuren - Fine Without You Montana (Armin van Buuren Mashup)
Those should keep your head bobbing and your ears happy for a while, come back next week for another installment of Progressive Saturdays!