Welcome back to another edition of Progressive Saturdays here on MYN, its time to share some more outstanding Trance & Progressive with you all. This week I have tracks for you from Arnej, Moiez, Antillas & Dankann, Gary Maguire, Thomas Bronzwaer, and Simon O’Shine. These are all very quality tracks, but I’ll let your ears do the judging. Lets go!
First up is a track featured on KhoMha’s new compilation Coldharbour Presents KhoMha, and immediately jumped out at me as an amazing intro track. Arnej has recreated Auranaut’s “People Want To Be Needed”, featuring a fantastic and moving vocal sample from Dana Wynter in the 1960 movie Sink The Bismarck, masterfully injecting his own style into it and creating a fantastic dark, deep, building track. Here is Arnej, “People Want To Be Needed”.
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Next up we have a great remix of Hardwell’s “Apollo”, featuring the vocals of Amba Shepherd, by the young and very talented producer Moiez. This remix puts a progressive trance spin on the original and sounds great. Expect big things from Moiez.
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Antillas & Dankann
Antillas & Dankann are back with their new track “Evolution”, and as we have come to expect from them as of late, its a great bit of electro infused progressive trance.
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Planet Perfecto recently released a few remixes of their classic track from 1999, “Bullet In The Gun”, and Gary Maguire’s track on the trance classic is a hit. Featuring a massive dark bassline and truly epic breakdown section with great focus on the vocals from the original track, this remix is everything you’d want it to be. Here it is!
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This next track is the latest release from Thomas Bronzwaer called “Proteus”. This track is pure, solid trance and features a great rolling bassline and lead. This track will take you on a nice journey so sit back and enjoy.
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The last track I have for you is a real treat from Simon O’Shine. This track landed at #19 in the A State of Trance Top 20 of 2012 and earned every bit of that ranking, if not more. Trance is know for its ability to invoke great emotion in people, and this track does exactly that. The breakdown is a thing of pure beauty, followed by an amazing euphoric build and climax that will pick you up, making this a really great Uplifting Trance track. Here is Simon O’Shine, “Your Distant World”.
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That’s it for this week, I hope you enjoyed all the tracks and can’t wait to share more music next week. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas everyone!