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Turbine – Foxhill

Sweet, new track time!

This new track of mine is a total uplifting banger, perfect for peak-time in hard-hitting sets. The whole creation process happened rather quickly on this one, with the entire structure of the song itself getting put together in no more than two days. To put in perspective how quick that is, “When The Morning Comes” took 3-4 weeks to do the same. This track flowed out of my brain into my computer faster than I could have imagined.

It’s released as a free download, so go ahead and add it to your music library or whatever so you can have it wherever you go. It’s DJ-friendly too!

Turbine – Foxhill

You heard the full song in last week’s Summit Sessions episode, and now here’s the official preview! This new track of mine is a total uplifting banger, perfect for peak-time in hard-hitting sets. The whole creation process happened rather quickly on this one, with the entire structure of the song itself getting put together in no more than two days. To put in perspective how quick that is, “When The Morning Comes” took 3-4 weeks to do the same. This track flowed out of my brain into my computer faster than I could have imagined. Anyway, official release date is next Wednesday, 14 August, so stay tuned!

Noah Neiman – Over 9000

Noah Neiman - Over 9000 (Large)“Big room” dance music is starting to develop a bad name for itself nowadays. Ignoring the merits it has in getting people in a club up and off their feet, it’s true, many songs in the Beatport Top 100 do have very similar sound, as Daleri’s “Epic Mashleg” so sarcastically reminded us. Closely related to big room music, at least in the eyes of “hardcore” trance fans, is that of the trance subgenre known as “trouse.” As that spoonerism likely has already told you, trouse is essentially a mixture of house music and trance, and is considered the work of Satan by those who are more inclined to listen to fast-paced, uplifting trance, possibly as a result of several big trance artists “selling out” to produce house, such as Sander van Doorn, Tiësto, W&W, and more. However, within this subgenre  that is trapped between two worlds – trance and house – some truly incredible art is being made.

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