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Marc Burt returns bringing two new progressive trance tracks with a classic twist. Poles Apart features a twirling catchy riff set to a background of echoing chords and crisp electronic rhythms, combining the classic trance sound with modern progressive beats. Wheels In Motion features a shuffling, garage style rhythm, warm trance chord riffs and a deep electronic bassline creating haunting melodies weaving in and out of the track. Both tracks are available to download free of charge and are released under a Creative Commons licence for reuse in your DJ sets, videos and more.
Blastculture explores both energetic minimal and mellow house with two new tracks on this EP. Pumping up the tempo, Set Yourself On Fire features a relentless rhythm track with an energetic hi-hat pattern, hits, stabs and effects. By contrast, Moving The Ocean is a mellow house track with an infectious female vocal sample, smooth pads and a solid rhythmic groove. The Aerologic remix turns the track into an uplifting trance anthem with melodic synth sounds and and uplifting melody.
In this EP, Marc Burt revisits his first track Elements, originally produced back in 2002, and brings it up to date. Psychadelik Pedestrian's chillout mix keeps the original gated synth chords and pianos, adding half speed, chilled beats, haunting strings and extended analogue synth riffs. Marc's remix with Aerologic retains the recognisable gated synth and uplifting piano from the original track, adds crisp contemporary beats and launches into a huge, arpeggiated trance riff, adding a sense of energy to the track to get those hands up in the air! Also included is JMD's 2004 hard trance remix, featuring plenty of stuttering, gated synths and pounding trance beats.
Our July release celebrates two significant events taking place this month. On July 14th 2015 the inaugural Netlabel Day will take place, and to mark the occasion we are releasing new mixes of one of our oldest and most well known tracks. The same day will see the New Horizons spacecraft reach its closest approach to the dwarf planet Pluto, giving us an opportunity not to be missed to revisit the 1997 Prism track Voyage To Pluto. Both remixes are courtesy of Psychadelik Pedestrian, bringing the original trancecore tempo down to a more respectable pace. The Netlabel Day mix combines dubstep bass growls with crisp, contemporary beats and a melodic, dreamy and uplifting synthesizer lead while retaining the recognisable electronic piano arpeggios. The New Horizons remix slows things down further and introduces bleepy, space age sounds and delay alongside a huge reverberating supersaw lead synth line. Of course, we couldn't miss the opportunity to include a remastered version of the original trancecore mix from 1997 and the popular Dreamworld UK hardcore remix originally released in 2005 which narrowly missed out on a place in our top 20 download chart of all time earlier this year.
For our June 2015 release, we welcome back Blastculture who has revised his signature minimal house grooves to bring us two new tracks, Crime Scence and Lets Try To Sleep Now. With a pumping, rhythmic groove, Crime Scence features a bouncy bass pattern and plenty of laser hit action. On Lets Try To Sleep Now, Blastculture explores his darker side and uses a machine-like deep bass drone to creates a sinister feeling evocative of those late, sleepless summer nights. Aerologic reworks Lets Try To Sleep Now into a big room anthem, adding uplifting pizzicato riffs and large reverberating snare drums.
This release features three new mixes of Marc Burt's trance track Ethereal. Aerologic presents two mixes, the upfront mix lifts the uplifting pads from the original and blends in spacious, reverberating trance riffs, before breaking down with the original warped synth riff and adding bleepy, computerised arpeggios, ending with another breakdown into the uplifting pad section. The progressive mix focusses on the warped synth riff, filtering this in and out before a huge electro chord breakdown which slowly builds with the synth being brought back to a crescendo. Blastculture returns to add his own minimal house grooves to his steampunk remix, emphasising the synth arpeggios and adding funky house rhythms.
At the turn of the century, Redmann and Hyperterminal joined forces to create Neurotic, a melodic trance track featuring space age samples from the first ever moon mission. Neurotic became one of the most popular tracks on the old Frantik Music website, layering an infectious, rhythmic bassline with haunting pads and strings, and catchy trance synths. Fast forward fifteen years and Hyperterminal is back to revisit this classic track along with EDM producer Aerologic to produce two new mixes fresh for 2014. Aerologic's remix adds bouncy EDM stabs, a grinding bassline and contemporary beats, while Hyperterminal keeps the uplifting trance sound while updating the rhythms, bassline and supersaw riffs to create a more modern feel. Both tracks are free to download and can be reused in DJ mixes, videos, podcasts and other broadcasts under the usual BY Creative Commons licence. Release photograph by Steve Jurvetson and re-used under a Creative Commons licence: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/97214206/
Aerologic present two new tracks in this release, blending contemporary EDM with warm analog trance sounds. Digital Nation builds up with an infectious chord stab sequence before breaking down with a catchy melodic piano riff, then bringing back the chords. Renaissance combines trance arpeggios and EDM stab sequences with classical music influences and dubstep bass sounds. As usual, both tracks are full length, DJ friendly mixes. Release picture by Michael Coghlan and re-used under a Creative Commons BY-SA licence: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikecogh/6548458203/
Back in 2000, Redmann wrote the original version of Zero Gravity which the first track to feature his trademark blend of trance, funky house and chillout. Now, 13 years later, Redmann revisits the track and gives it his chilled treatment, slowing down the tempo and adding spaced-out pads. Psychadelik Pedestrian provides a new chillout mix, adding uplifting synths and plenty of reverb. Also included, and remastered especially for this release, are the JMD trance remix and the breakbeat remix from 2004. JMD morphs the tune into an uplifting yet dancefloor friendly main room trance stomper, while the breakbeat mix adds analog arpeggios along with plenty of tribal rhythms. Release picture courtesy of the US Army: http://www.flickr.com/photos/35703177@N00/1873662527/
Two progressive cuts from Marc Burt feature in this release, combining subtle trance sounds with the crispest of house rhythms and melodic textures. Outback features wobbly bass sounds, influenced by the Didgeridoo, and combined with warm, ambient and uplifting pads. Deep Sea sets melodic aynth arpeggios against a backdrop of hypnotic beats, piano chords and diving effects. Aerologic complete the release with a floor-filling EDM remix with pitchbending riffs and an enormous build-up to bring the crowd to a frenzy. Photograph courtesy of the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum and used under a Creative Commons licence: http://www.flickr.com/photos/usnavyseabeemuseum/6847212397/