Review: We have been a big fan of Australia's (recently named number 2 DJ) MaRLo for many years, a man who has stuck to his unique style as others and fluttered in and out of "trends". His brand of tech trance sounds event fresher today, and 'Lightning' is prime example. The twisted electric lead is a tech trance fans dream, with plenty of pump coming from the electro bass-line and razor sharp beats. On the flip he drops yet another weapon with the monster riff smasher 'Dreams'. There is no point trying to pick between these two, they both need to be at the front of your wallet / top of playlist!!
Review: Australian producer Marlo is best known (and loved) for his unique uplifting and tech fusion, and his latest track 'Boom' is prime example of his blend of styles. Premiered on Armins A State of Trance radio show (and featured on the latest compilation) it has all the big room power that made last years 'The Island' such a global smash. The beats are punchy and the builds are almighty.. Just wait till you see the response when the breakdown is unleashed on the crowd. This will lift the atmosphere next level and is an essential tune to be on over the coming months.
Review: Australian based Marlo is one of those talents who has clearly worked at it in the scene, steadily rising the ranks. Championed by the likes of Ferry Corsten and Judge Jules he deservedly goes up a gear for this 3-track deal EP on Armins ASOT. His full bodied, big room bass drive sound is at the forefront of lead track 'Showgrounds', and in contrast goes darker on 'Silverback'. Our pick of the lot however, is the much more melodic and playful 'Underneath', with more musicality and set to ignite plenty of golden hands in the air moments.