Review: Norway's finest Orjan Nilsen continues to push the boundaries of electronic music, hot on the heels of his monstrous remix for the ASOT 600 anthem. He is back to his old tricks of mashing genres and influences from all corners. 'No Saint Out of Me' is as forward thinking as you can get (even by his standards), with a darker twist yet still bringing the vibe up with a big melody in the break and teasing throughout. These two contrasting elements working harmoniously with the progressive bass and beats. The production level is as on point as always and it's delivery on the floors will be destructive.
Review: You can always count of Finland's Orjan Nilsen to go outside-the-box with his productions, a man who is as prolific as they come, twisting and turnings at every release, jumping from tech to progressive to uplifting. This latest EP on Armind manages to bring elements of all those styles, with the stunning melodies on 'Burana' captivating on first listen while futuristic rhythms and a techno inspired energy drive them home. In total contrast for 'Filthy Fandango' he strips things right back for a tech meets prog roller that will do serious damage whether its early doors or peak-time. The perfect representation of his diversity and unrivalled creativity.
Review: Norwegian's leading electronic producer Orjan Nilsen returns to Armind with another EP of genre hopping epicness, that stands out a million miles from anything else out there right now. Its no surprise why this guy is one of Armin's hottest tipped names, with lead track 'Viking' thrashing down tech trance flavours with housey elements and more twist and turns than a white knuckle rollercoaster. 'Acthool' on the flip is a little lighter, albeit with plenty of mainstay to rock any floor.. If you heard any of the Armada or Top100 DJ sets out at ADE, you will know doubt have lost your mind to these... Snap them up now!!