Epiphany of Sound returns with over an hour full of melodic tracks! Prepare for a pretty unknown tune by SoundLift called Oasis opening, followed by music by Opt-In, Terra V, Dan Schneider, and the newcomer N-sKing who presents a stunning emotional tune with „Hemel“.
The next installment of Epiphany of Sound is ready for you! This time I put in some different tunes like the benging progressive remix by Maarten de Jong for Marcell Stone & FloE’s Fusion or the Patrick Mayers‘ uplifting tune Infinity. Also, there’s a Key4050 track that will blow away your speaker or a Hydra album track called Crystalline that flows through.
The classic is Ferry Corsten’s remix for Rank 1’s iconic Awakening that rounds up this short, but forceful episode.
Trance is back with Epiphany of Sound! A month after my latest mix I put together some new tunes by Ferry Corsten & Purple Haze, Terra V, Airborne Angel, Frank Dueffel, Giuseppe Ottaviani and many others. The classic comes once again from Andy Blueman, who produced pure gems in his early days.
The next Epiphany of Sound is ready to hit your speakers! This time I selected some new tunes by Nitrous Oxide, Dennis Pedersen, Airdream, Distant Identity and others. I had to feature some Hydra from the 2019 album „Altered State“ and a classic from Andy Blueman.
The last Epiphany of Sound was released some time ago. Now I finally managed to put together the next episode with fresh music from Corrie Theron, Atragun, Activa and Sean Mathews. Some of the tunes are not released this year, but still resonate with me!
Catching on with Trance Epiphany of Sound is back for your pleasure. This time it’s starting full on with fast melodies and beats by Independent Art, UCast, Nikolauss, Maria Healy and others. There’s a new remix of Rene Ablaze’s Turn Into Pieces and the classic had to be Carl B’s Chasing Leaves, because it still catches me everytime!
Epiphany of Sound is back this week with a selection of not so high profile tracks that might be forgotten, but are surely worth listening and playing! Besides Terra V, Alternate High, Matt Bukovski or Nord Horizon I put some bigger names like Key4050 and Fady & Mina. The classic is Mariske Hekkenberg’s Castles In The Sky which she sang back in 2000 for Ian van Dahl and it still gives me some good memories.
Trance is coming back after three weeks of hiatus. This time I took some new tunes again, put in my own new release, featured some Eddie Sender again, and played some tunes from 2019 which hadn’t been featured, yet. The classic remake is also special – Giuseppe Ottaviani’s Through Your Eyes got a refresh by Rob Curtis and still has some melody magic to shine!
World Flow is my newest single release with a heavy kick, some stab synths, a rather long melody line and a tight mix (under 6 minutes). I wanted to create a modern track, not too long, but the stab synths with following supersaw synths definitely evoke a classic feeling.
Now the track is released on a new, uprising label called Tecnomind Music which has been releasing a lot of great stuff lately. On Soundcloud you can hear a small prelistening session of my original and the Emotion Love remix I really appreciate: