Review: Transatlantic collaboration here as American production power house George Acosta ('Memories of You', 'Free') teams up with vivacious UK vocalist Lizzie Curios, following collaborations with Lazy Rich, Dinka, and Robbie Rivera. 'Like Home' is instantly catchy summer tune that will be banging around your head for days. With it's commercial edge kept to just the right amount, and mixes from on-form KhoMha and Georges' own Ibiza mixes strip things back keeping it perfect for the clubs and terraces.
Review: Black Hole subsidiary Song Bird have been on a great run of late, with Amurai's 'Valencia' and 'Capadocia' from Nafis both getting big love from the Juno office. The form is up kept for this fresh EP from upcoming duo Aeonism, albeit on a slightly deeper and more progressive vibe than the previous records. For us it's 'Twilight' that grabs the attention, carrying a little more pace and more of a dance-able / hooky melody to the title track. Both great productions with a sonically sophisticated finish. Whether it's for those very late night sets, or to get the floor started with a gentle simmer.. these two will do the job.
Review: Egypt's new name to watch DJ Hashish gets quick off the mark after his debut Songbird EP from the start of the year with two more killer tracks. Well rounded progressive vibes with plenty of energy and variation, the arrangement, melody work, and overall musical appraoch is totally on point and winning an ever growing legion of fans. 'The Sandcastle' on the b-side is built around a riff that more than nods to classic trance from the golden era, to add a dash of nostalgia to your sets.
Miracle Moment (Zachary Zamarripa remix) - (6:48) 130 BPM
Review: Scottish producer Andy Duguid has established himself as part of the elite pack of trance producers over the past few years. From major collaborations with Mr Sam, and not to mention several remixes for non other than Tiesto. With 'Miracle Moments' he is truly at his best, featuring Leah's beautifully emotive vocal and two great remixes in the form of an uplifting take from Marc Simz, and something a little dirtier from Zachary Zamarripa which carries the most power.. Another great release from Songbird.