The final chapter of the memory series is here! High on Summer has covered a lot of uptempo and more chilled tunes, now this is the most relaxed mix with Roald Velden, New Horizons, Lesh, LTN, Renaldas, The Midnight and wrapping it up with The Thrillseekers‘ In These Arms featured on his album in 2016.
In 2017 I presented a best of the remakes that were produced in 2016, but I never took the time to do that for 2017. With 2018 gone I now grabbed all the remakes from 2017 and 2018 to mix a set with all of them for 2 years in a row. There are so many classics remade, which sometimes seems obsolete but other times is a real plus in modern sets. Sometimes even the original artists give their tracks a retouch like Steve Helstrip (The Thrillseekers) one of his greatest productions „Affinity“. Nitrous Oxide’s „Follow You“ is even so popular that it got two remakes in this mix. Prepare for some sweet melodies!
Press play and enjoy!
Andain – Beautiful Things (Anlaya Project Remix) [CD-R]
The Thrillseekers pres. Hydra – Affinity 2018 (Extended Mix) [ASOT]
Selu Vibra – Divine (Calvin O’Commor Remix) [CD-R]
Nitrous Oxide feat. Aneym – Follow You (Allen Watts & Mike Sanders Rework) [CD-R]
Motorcycle – As The Rush Comes (Sunset Remix) [CD-R]
Ralphie B – Icarus (Kiran M Sajeev Revamp) [CD-R]
Chicane feat. Bryan Adams – Don’t Give Up (Billy Gillies Rework) [CD-R]
Robert Miles – Children (Arcuate Tribute Remix) [CD-R]
Randy Katana – In Silence (Airdream Bootleg) [CD-R]
Nitrous Oxide feat. Aneym – Follow You (BluEye Bootleg) [CD-R]
Des Mitchell – Welcome to the Dance (Paul Denton Rework) [CD-R]
Elles De Graaf – Mind Of The Wonderful 2018 (Sunset Extended Mix) [RazNitzanMusic]
The last Epiphany of Sound is four weeks old and so I had to take the time to mix another Trance set! This time I took some Aly & Fila, Dustin Husain, Miroslav Vrlik, FloE & Alex Byrka and other quality producers and put it together into over an hour of pumping beats and sweet melodies. At the end I put a new Billy Gillies remake of Chicane’s collab with Bryan Adams called Don’t Give Up which really fits the rest!