Review: Iconic anthem alert!! The legendary BT unlocks his genre defining classic 'Flaming June' for Black Hole recordings. First realised back in '97 (for many considered the golden era of trance) and without doubt his biggest ever single, it gets an exciting modern day twist from a plethora of fine talent. Heading up the pack is Paul Van Dyk with a typically well polished production fuelled by a heavy acid line and the famous hooked unleashed in the break. With a melody like this, you can't do much wrong with Gareth Wyn and Fred Baker both adding their subtle styles respectively. Completing the package (and our pick of the bunch) is Anjunadeep duo Jaytech & James Grant.
13 Angels On My Broken Windowsill (Fractal remix) - (9:00) 140 BPM
Review: Taken from his album If Stars Are Eternal, So Are You And I, the original is BT at his most epic and weighs in at a cool 14 minutes (and comes with a very cool video if you have a kind word with Uncle YouTube). Here we find Baltimore badman Fractal adding his own heavyweight glitch twist. Maintaining the crisp euphoria while injecting more beef to the dynamics, it's a respectful remix that promises to kick the daylights out of any dancefloor.