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16 Aug 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Pop Trance
17 Sep 12
Review: Black Hole subsidiary Song Bird have been on a great run of late, with Amurai's 'Valencia' and 'Capadocia' from Nafis both getting big love from the Juno office. The form is up kept for this fresh EP from upcoming duo Aeonism, albeit on a slightly deeper and more progressive vibe than the previous records. For us it's 'Twilight' that grabs the attention, carrying a little more pace and more of a dance-able / hooky melody to the title track. Both great productions with a sonically sophisticated finish. Whether it's for those very late night sets, or to get the floor started with a gentle simmer.. these two will do the job.
24 Aug 09
28 Mar 11
Review: Scottish producer Andy Duguid has established himself as part of the elite pack of trance producers over the past few years. From major collaborations with Mr Sam, and not to mention several remixes for non other than Tiesto. With 'Miracle Moments' he is truly at his best, featuring Leah's beautifully emotive vocal and two great remixes in the form of an uplifting take from Marc Simz, and something a little dirtier from Zachary Zamarripa which carries the most power.. Another great release from Songbird.
13 Sep 10
George Acosta - "Love Rain Down On Me" (feat Fisher - Acosta vs Cueto House On Me remix) - (6:46) 128 BPM
26 Jul 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Rock/Indie
14 Jun 10
10 Dec 09
Played by: Myon & Shane
14 Jun 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Progressive House
15 Dec 08
Played by: Sygma
26 Mar 01
07 Mar 11
11 Apr 11
Review: Egypt's new name to watch DJ Hashish gets quick off the mark after his debut Songbird EP from the start of the year with two more killer tracks. Well rounded progressive vibes with plenty of energy and variation, the arrangement, melody work, and overall musical appraoch is totally on point and winning an ever growing legion of fans. 'The Sandcastle' on the b-side is built around a riff that more than nods to classic trance from the golden era, to add a dash of nostalgia to your sets.
27 Jun 11
Review: If this rising stars name isn't enough to grab your attention, then his music most certainly will be. Young Egyptian talent DJ Hashish continues his association with Black Holes Songbird label with one of his finest releases to date. Super slick progressive sounds with a depth and imagination rarely heard, its easy to believe that he has been producing since the age of 9. Both 'Lost' and 'Profound' will be priceless additions to any warm-up set, with the later having just a little more standout appeal.
12 Apr 10
Played by: Tiesto
15 Sep 08
23 Jan 12
Review: With a decade of consistent productions under his belt, Future Disciple is one of the most underrated talents in trance. From releases on K90's label to '28 Tracks Later', he garners support from the likes of Judge Jules (Radio1) and Ferry Corsten with every tune. His latest release on Black Hole's Songbird has already grabbed the attention of Above & Beyond on there TATW show, and will no doubt be sticking around for months to come. Both tracks are worthy of front of wallet spots, check them out!
30 May 11
Review: In the trance game for over a decade the UK's Future Disicple is one of the most under-rated and overlooked producers on the scene. Stand out singles like '28 Tracks Later' garnered an unprecedented amount of radio and DJ support. The past few months have seen a consistent slew of music filtered through the various Black Hole labels, with the latest 'Total Recall' getting most attention. Another film homage showcasing his quality talent, with groovier percussion then usual creating a relentless rolling vibe.
28 Nov 11
10 May 10