Solarstone featuring Lemon bring out „Lovers“

Solarstone featuring Lemon bring out "Lovers"With his Vangelis homage ‘Love Theme From Blade Runner’ firmly established as a hot favourite in end-of-year polls, Solarstone’s next single excursion sees the Pure Trance guardian dip back into the sonic riches of his latest album. Moving from ‘Love’ to ‘Lovers’, he’s teamed up with cult New York-based synth-pop outfit Lemon.

Across its Original versions, ‘Lovers’ is a knowing glance back by Solarstone at his formative musical years. Its production and vocals draw affectionate inspiration from a wide artistic palette, with Erasure, Depeche Mode, Roxy Music and Joy Division being just some of its many touchstone influences. Featuring introspective and deeply personal lyrics & vocals from Lemon’s frontman Roger D. Smith, ‘Lovers’ lays and layers them against crisp percussion, atmospheric analogue synths and brilliantly stagey drum rolls.   

Masterfully bridging the decades Solarstone’s new Pure Mix versions kick off ‘Lovers’ remix collection. Rushing up to meet 2014 club floors, throughout their intros they utilize high-impact kick-drums, echoing harmonics and the Pure Mixes’ leitmotif running basslines. Building potent levels of tension, the vocal affects a controlled burn on the drop before Solarstone hooks the swirling atmosphere and up-surging synths back in. Continue reading Solarstone featuring Lemon bring out „Lovers“

Solarstone featuring Lemon bring out „Lovers“

Solarstone featuring Lemon bring out "Lovers"With his Vangelis homage ‘Love Theme From Blade Runner’ firmly established as a hot favourite in end-of-year polls, Solarstone’s next single excursion sees the Pure Trance guardian dip back into the sonic riches of his latest album. Moving from ‘Love’ to ‘Lovers’, he’s teamed up with cult New York-based synth-pop outfit Lemon.

Across its Original versions, ‘Lovers’ is a knowing glance back by Solarstone at his formative musical years. Its production and vocals draw affectionate inspiration from a wide artistic palette, with Erasure, Depeche Mode, Roxy Music and Joy Division being just some of its many touchstone influences. Featuring introspective and deeply personal lyrics & vocals from Lemon’s frontman Roger D. Smith, ‘Lovers’ lays and layers them against crisp percussion, atmospheric analogue synths and brilliantly stagey drum rolls.   

Masterfully bridging the decades Solarstone’s new Pure Mix versions kick off ‘Lovers’ remix collection. Rushing up to meet 2014 club floors, throughout their intros they utilize high-impact kick-drums, echoing harmonics and the Pure Mixes’ leitmotif running basslines. Building potent levels of tension, the vocal affects a controlled burn on the drop before Solarstone hooks the swirling atmosphere and up-surging synths back in. Continue reading Solarstone featuring Lemon bring out „Lovers“

Sied van Riel presents „REALISM 2″

Sied van Riel presents "REALISM 2"The last 50 weeks have see Sied van Riel track-blasting his way around the electronic dance universe’s most prominent clubs, arenas and festivals. December 16th will see him transit 2013/2014 through the release ‘Rielism 2’. The follow-up to his much-champed 2011 debut mix-voyage, it’s worthy successor in every right and respect. The second realization of ‘Rielism’ brings a heritage-return to Sied’s best-known-for sound – that of atmospheric, floor-thriving progressive and powerful, cultured trance.

Seamlessly, harmonically and thrillingly mixed to perfection, it includes numerous box-fresh, never-heard-before tracks from some of planet Earth’s most talented electronic musicians. Incoming is music from the artisanal studios of Corsten, Tyas, O’Callaghan and Ottaviani, as well as hot-ticket audio from Aly & Fila, Bobina, Arctic Quest, Protoculture, Sneijder and a dozen + others besides. With many exclusives from ‘Rielism’s own anchorman, ‘R.2’ has already taxied for take off. So strap yourselves in, ensure your seat is in the upright position and secure any loose objects! Cos things are about to get as Riel as they can get.

‘Rielism 2’ embarks on its sound quest in smooth accent, courtesy of the astounding new SvR creation ‘Breathe Out’. A bona fide stylistic departure, its progressive transcendental-ism features the warm, indolent vocals of Danish songstress Signe G. It draws ‘Rielism 2’ up into an epic 160-minute-long sonic slipstream. Doubling as a near ‘mini artist album’, as it reaches cruising speed it unfurls much previously unheard/purpose built van Riel material. In and amongst its progressive thermals, trance glide-paths and tech/elec turbulence are his latest single ‘8 Decades’, the distinctive vocals tones of Chris Jones on their forthcoming ‘Share The Night’ and Evil Sardine’s ‘Cruisin’ (van Riel again, in intriguing, offbeat, anagram-ic form!).

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Sied van Riel presents „REALISM 2″

Sied van Riel presents "REALISM 2"The last 50 weeks have see Sied van Riel track-blasting his way around the electronic dance universe’s most prominent clubs, arenas and festivals. December 16th will see him transit 2013/2014 through the release ‘Rielism 2’. The follow-up to his much-champed 2011 debut mix-voyage, it’s worthy successor in every right and respect. The second realization of ‘Rielism’ brings a heritage-return to Sied’s best-known-for sound – that of atmospheric, floor-thriving progressive and powerful, cultured trance.

Seamlessly, harmonically and thrillingly mixed to perfection, it includes numerous box-fresh, never-heard-before tracks from some of planet Earth’s most talented electronic musicians. Incoming is music from the artisanal studios of Corsten, Tyas, O’Callaghan and Ottaviani, as well as hot-ticket audio from Aly & Fila, Bobina, Arctic Quest, Protoculture, Sneijder and a dozen + others besides. With many exclusives from ‘Rielism’s own anchorman, ‘R.2’ has already taxied for take off. So strap yourselves in, ensure your seat is in the upright position and secure any loose objects! Cos things are about to get as Riel as they can get.

‘Rielism 2’ embarks on its sound quest in smooth accent, courtesy of the astounding new SvR creation ‘Breathe Out’. A bona fide stylistic departure, its progressive transcendental-ism features the warm, indolent vocals of Danish songstress Signe G. It draws ‘Rielism 2’ up into an epic 160-minute-long sonic slipstream. Doubling as a near ‘mini artist album’, as it reaches cruising speed it unfurls much previously unheard/purpose built van Riel material. In and amongst its progressive thermals, trance glide-paths and tech/elec turbulence are his latest single ‘8 Decades’, the distinctive vocals tones of Chris Jones on their forthcoming ‘Share The Night’ and Evil Sardine’s ‘Cruisin’ (van Riel again, in intriguing, offbeat, anagram-ic form!).

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Allianz & Lewis Hamilton join forces for a greater cause

Allianz & Lewis Hamilton join forces for a greater causePost is sponsored by Allianz

Allianz and Lewis Hamilton join forces for a very special cause: insuring the safety of millions of school runs wordwide. A deep moral lies in the core of this promotion campaign – children are our future and protecting their lives no matter what is a top priority for everyone.

The promotion video places world class race as Lewis Hamilton with the task to drive two little girls to school. The girls are excited with the opportunity to be driven to school by Lewis Hamilton. Throughout the whole drive the children constantly talk to Lewis about their everyday lives. When speed is in once’s blood it’s natural to push down the pedal, but  Although Lewis has all the rights to be annoyed he stays calm throughout the whole drive and safely stops in front of the school gates.

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Allianz & Lewis Hamilton join forces for a greater cause

Allianz & Lewis Hamilton join forces for a greater causePost is sponsored by Allianz

Allianz and Lewis Hamilton join forces for a very special cause: insuring the safety of millions of school runs wordwide. A deep moral lies in the core of this promotion campaign – children are our future and protecting their lives no matter what is a top priority for everyone.

The promotion video places world class race as Lewis Hamilton with the task to drive two little girls to school. The girls are excited with the opportunity to be driven to school by Lewis Hamilton. Throughout the whole drive the children constantly talk to Lewis about their everyday lives. When speed is in once’s blood it’s natural to push down the pedal, but  Although Lewis has all the rights to be annoyed he stays calm throughout the whole drive and safely stops in front of the school gates.

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Ad Brown gives „Something for the Pain“

Ad Brown gives "Something for the Pain"The last few years have seen composer, producer, DJ and A&R man Ad Brown keep the EDM universe supplied with a steady flow of highly polished, broad-span-appealing electronic music. Locking on to the beneath-the-surface magnetism of his productions, an ever-increasing directory of world-class DJs have rallied to his sound. Now the young Londoner is ready to step centre stage with the release of his debut long-player. Over a scrupulously edited collection of music, he matches his own inimitable production stylings – that of a cooler, more cultured house, trance & more with an attuned ear for memorable, accessible lyrics and engaging vocals.

If you’re starting to feel an itch or twitch for music with less glitch, it’s time to take… ‘Something For The Pain’!

Brown took the album decision whilst on a travel sabbatical, journeying around the Asia and the South Pacific and commenced its production the week of his return. Many months in the making (“close to 30” says Brown), and condensed down from over a 100 demos, concepts and ideas to 14 pristine refined productions, Ad’s first album collection is finally here.

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Ad Brown gives „Something for the Pain“

Ad Brown gives "Something for the Pain"The last few years have seen composer, producer, DJ and A&R man Ad Brown keep the EDM universe supplied with a steady flow of highly polished, broad-span-appealing electronic music. Locking on to the beneath-the-surface magnetism of his productions, an ever-increasing directory of world-class DJs have rallied to his sound. Now the young Londoner is ready to step centre stage with the release of his debut long-player. Over a scrupulously edited collection of music, he matches his own inimitable production stylings – that of a cooler, more cultured house, trance & more with an attuned ear for memorable, accessible lyrics and engaging vocals.

If you’re starting to feel an itch or twitch for music with less glitch, it’s time to take… ‘Something For The Pain’!

Brown took the album decision whilst on a travel sabbatical, journeying around the Asia and the South Pacific and commenced its production the week of his return. Many months in the making (“close to 30” says Brown), and condensed down from over a 100 demos, concepts and ideas to 14 pristine refined productions, Ad’s first album collection is finally here.

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