This Month's Top Five Progressive Tracks
Five excellent singles to listen and review this week. Includes a killer Junkie XL remix and a rare Trance foray by Max Graham featuring Jessica Jacobs. Listen here.
on Fri Jun 10, 2005
'Ryukyu Undergroud - Seragaki (Junkie XL Remix)'
'Junkie XL creates ridiculous synths in his factory monster of a studio.
But for this track, is it really the same guy that produced the LLC Elvis remix?
Yes it is. You can expect amazing effect work, and an incredible atmosphere, a sitar, piano and guitar
really make this track unique.
Great tune to start off a set.'
HTFR: Ryukyu Undergroud - Seragaki (Orig / Junkie XL Remix)
'Nathan Fake - The Sky Was Pink'
'This track is a highlight from Border Community. The single comes with a sweet James Holden remix. Both tracks have massive atmospheres, and
a really new take on strings and bass. Insane compression, and really
detailed work on those drums. Really a sweet track.'
HTFR: Nathan Fake - The Sky Was Pink (James Holden Remix)
'Adam White & Andy Moor Presents White Room - The White Room'
'When you mix two of UK's biggest progressive trance producers, I wonder what happens? (killer track). This song has major support from Tiesto, Armin, and Oakenfold.
What more can I say.'
HTFR: Adam White & Andy Moor Presents White Room - The White Room
'Max Graham feat Jessica Jacobs - I Know You're Gone'
'A more recent track, still not on the big 12" but you can find it on Armin's A State of Trance 2005
2-CD set. If you know Max on house, welcome to Max on Progressive Trance.
His track is awesome, creative, unique and great to light up the floor with
JUNO: Max Graham feat Jessica Jacobs - I Know You're Gone
'Ernesto & Bastian - The Darkside of the Moon'
'Slightly older track, but a monstrous one. Huge strings, massive vocal work,
and works for either house or trance guys/gals.'
JUNO: Ernesto & Bastian - The Darkside of the Moon