Cruises along beautifully and picks up nicely. Headphones clamped on with memories and imagination amplified. Elusive contours, fragmented landscapes and forgotten truths. I feel so close now, yet a million miles away. This tune takes me there, but part of me never returns. The warmly sweeping nocturnal ambience adds quite a mystery to the overall surface. Absolutely awesome journey.
A light and cheerful breath of fresh air to banish those lingering winter blues. Piano chords and a simple, pleasant melody dance nimbly creating a warm and chirpy summer vibe. A slow burner that builds up to a graceful atmospheric synth-laden chorus flooding your senses. A true piece of art!
Sublime and Magnifique, Stranger is a progressive house tune with slower rhythms, resonating and filling the space with sound. Exploring a different concept with greatness, with a simple but emotive melody. A dark and fascinating journey – a simple track and yet it connects to my heart so well. The video, set against the rolling … Continue reading Jaytech feat. Steve Smith – Stranger
Departures has a moody bass line and that wonderful dreamy melody on top that will instantly melt your heart. It smoothly cascades through various, stunningly entertaining alleys, where sublimely poignant atmospheres are altering with gradually expanding and freshly joyous sequences. Always warmly heartening and thoroughly mesmerising. Richly colourful and deeply visualising composition, and precisely titled too!
After having just returned from my overseas trip, whenever I hear this tune, all I see conjuring up are vivid imagery of sparkling lights and the beautiful cityscape late at night. The trip was magical and so is this tune – I’m unable to get over either. Rippling vocal waves, a solid melodic theme and refined electric edges in … Continue reading David Forbes – Katsu
Another beautifully evocative tune at its most captivating peak brought to you by the stellar reunion of Ferry and Betsie. Betsie’s vocals are ever so delicately crafted, warm, tranquil and graciously float around my ears as I move forward to kill the replay button. And then I think to myself that I shouldn’t be blowing my eardrums out … Continue reading Ferry Corsten feat. Betsie Larkin – Not Coming Down