The ReWind series exists as merely an aid in the discovery (or rather, rediscovery) of the unintentionally forgotten, or the often overlooked tracks of yesteryear.
The focus of this series, as has been evidenced by the phrase plastered at the top of each post, is to bring to the fore some of the maybe lesser known productions in the history of this genre. I’m not an expert by any stretch of the imagination and it’s most certainly quite impossible to not overlook a track. That said, let’s highlight another one of these forgotten tracks. For this one, we’re heading back to 2005, for a Present Shock.
Released alongside Future Shock, it was the brainchild of Dutch producer Richard van Schooneveld, and sported the distinctive, well-loved supersaw sound that became associated with the classic trance sound. Although this was released just 9 years ago, since then, the sound of the genre has undergone a massive change, as was to be expected.
For fans of the classic sound and new listeners alike, here’s a taste of what trance sounded at the mid point of the 2000s:
Country : The Netherlands / Style: Trance / Year: 2005 / Label: Zzap Recordings
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ReWind returns next Friday. 😀