Boom Jinx, Bullet That Saved Me, Euphonia, Indecent Noise, Jaytech, Kyau & Albert, markus schulz, Milano, Ronski Speed, Steve Brian, The Expedition, The Spiritual Gateway, Thomas Datt, tritonal, Vueltas
My apologies for not getting you Trance Thursday last night. I was preoccupied with the NCAA tournament and a case of Pyramid Hefeweizens. This week I’ll be featuring a brand new track from WHYH favorites Tritonal, along with some pure trance cuts that define what the genre is all about.
Bullet That Saved Me is the new single from Tritonal off their Metamorphic EP. It’s definitely more of a progressive song than trance, but if you don’t like that then you don’t like Tritonal. Chad and Dave are all about fusing genres and further developing their unique style. This one was made for the festival circuit and is sure to cause mayhem throughout the summer.
I featured The Expedition by Markus Schulz and AvB a few weeks ago on Trance Thursday. The remix package has now been released and I wanted to showcase my favorite from the pack. Indecent Noise cranks up the BPM for his remix to the 136-138 range which I love. As the trance 2.0 sound dominates the genre right now, it’s nice to get back to the roots of trance.
Speaking of Markus Schulz, he just released a new single as well. The Spiritual Gateway is the official theme for Transition Festival in Prague. Markus is one of the most consistent producers in trance and this track does not disappoint.
Kyau & Albert just released a new album entitle Night’s Awake. My favorite song off the album is their collaboration with Ronski Speed called Euphonia. The Ronski Speed mix of this song speeds up the pace and packs more of a punch than the original mix.
The Thomas Datt remix of Vueltas by Steve Brian is pure trance at it’s absolute finest. It’s got every element that encompasses trance music and will truly put you in a state of trance and euphoria.
Throwback Track of the Week:
This week’s throwback track is courtesy of one of my Anjuabeats favorites, Jaytech. Known for his more mellow and deep style, Jaytech has been a staple on the Anjunadeep imprint for the last several years. His collaboration with Boom Jinx entitled Milano is one of my favorites and is perfect for any type of mood you’re in.