Review: Over the past couple of years, Dash Berlin has proved himself to be one of the greatest vocal trance producers around. With a consistent slew of quality crossover tracks coming from his Aropa label (via Armada), he is one of the best loved dance acts in the world, with pop star like status in allot of countries. His latest features another new vocal talent in Chris Madin and is the 10th single taken from his acclaimed '#musicislife' album. You know what your getting with Dash Berlin with the album version ticking the radio friendly box, but on his 4AM cut he twists it up with a real banger straight for the floors. Other great mixes come from Estiva, and Tomas Heredia.. There's no denying this will do the business!
Review: One of the real success stories to come out of Armin Van Buurens Armada empire over the past couple of years is fellow Dutchman Dash Berlin, who here returns to his own Aropa label with yet another gloriously uplifting moment. Where 'Disarm Yourself' and the anthemic 'Waiting' were all about the sing-along vocals, with 'Earth Hour' he manages to deliver just as epic results built on pure melodies. The Club mix is more than enough to smash the bigrooms, and to make things even more tasty Juventa to turn in the perfect alternative cut.
Review: The Dutch superstar who does uplifting vocal trance like no other is back on his own Aropa label (via Armada) with his latest stadium sized single lifted from the amazing '#musicislife' album. Featuring yet another golden find on vocals in Chris Madin, this has all the songwriting class and staying power of a mainstream hit, whilst retaining both credibility and big room dance appeal. The remix package is equally as impressive including trance legends 4 Strings, a punchy electro edged effort from LTN, and a wicked cut from Antillas, which pips the rest to the post as being our favourite. Play this once and it wont leave your head for days.
Review: In the world of uplifting vocal trance, Dash Berlin is without doubt one of the biggest and best producers out there, and 'Waiting' is one of his finest moments. However, for those who like it a bit tougher there was something lacking. Prays have been answer as Aropa enlist the skills of Dutch duo W&W for a techier workout that has their raw energetic sound stamped all over it, while keeping the beauty and catchiness of Emma's amazing vocal. There's no wonder why these guys have jumped from number 71 to 21 in a just two years on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll.
Review: Having produced one of last years biggest vocal trancers in 'Waiting', the flying Dutchman returns with Emma Hewitt once again in the vocal booth on 'Disarm Yourself', and here we are treated to some mega new remixes. First up are American duo Filo & Peri who deliver a sophisticated and captivating take that beams extra spotlight on Emma's stunning vocal. The man himself then gets into his '4AM' gear for a darker and harder hitting mix that will smash it peaktime.. Don't miss!
Review: If vocal trance is your bag, then there is no doubt Dash Berlin will be up there with your favourite producers. In our eyes the Dutchman can do no wrong, in both raw song writing talent and depth of production which raise him well above the parapet. For his latest he is back with the ever impressive Emma Hewitt and her alluring lyrics and emotive tones that bring a unique haunting edge further enhanced by the soft piano and laser lines that build throughout. For us it's all about Australian producer MaRLo, who takes things even more futuristic, on his tech trance beast of a remix.