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Review: Adam White is one of the UK's longest standing top flight trance producers, a personal favourite of Paul Oakenfold, Tiesto, Judge Jules and countless others. A classically trained musician he is responsible for classics like 'Whiteroom' and 'Ballerina', and here he returns with two stunning tracks on a new Big In Ibiza EP. Both are ruled by outside the box melody work, with 'Carsh Force Quick' being are personally pick for its more floor directed sound. 'ANE' is just as noteworthy and will work well on house, prog, and trance sets alike.
22 Jul 08
Played by: Der Mystik
02 Feb 10
Played by: Dezarate/Perfecto Records
Over 1Gb of drum, bass & music loops with midi files & synth hits, drum one shots, two multi sampled instruments & soft sample patches
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02 Jul 12
Review: Following on from his collaboration with Lee Osbourne earlier this year, Ali Wilson makes his debut on Armin Van Buuren's 'Armind' imprint. This whole track is worked around an incredible tribal vocal that is chanted throughout. Pan pipes keep the tribalistic feel a constant, whilst huge synths propel the track into a euphoric meltdown. If you want to bring the dance floor to their knees, you need this track, it's as simple as that.
04 Feb 13
Played by: Juno Recommends Trance
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Review: A good collaboration is all about conjuring up an equal mix of influences and styles from both parties involved, and for the latest High Contrast release it's double trouble as UK stars Ali Wilson and Lee Osborne get back in the studio to reignite the magic from the Tekelec days. 'Armagedon' is a perfect such match of creative minds, as Lee's big-room tech trance riffs soar against Wilson's trademark infectious tribal grooves and underlying techno vibes. To put it simply, this is huge and will no doubt destroy the dance-floor.. We just hope there is plenty more to come from the occasional double act!