Remember how uplifting trance sounded at the beginning of the decade? If you don’t, the latest release from Digital Society serves as a nice little reminder.
Coming from British producer Mark Dior, Aphelion perfectly summarizes the sound of 2010, one that was popular with labels like Anjunabeats and Enhanced Recordings. It emphasizes a glorious lead melody, accompanied by expansive pad sounds and that all too familiar rolling base line. What I would best describe as the Nitrous Oxide sound (although he wasn’t the only one to represent it) is abundantly present in Aphelion. It’s in many ways a return to the older, less influenced period in the evolution of the uplifting sound. And that’s actually quite rare these days.
The impressive original mix of Aphelion is out Monday, November 24th, on Beatport. Check out the sample below. 🙂
BEATPORT EXCLUSIVE: 24.11.2014 | GENERAL RELEASE: 08.12.2014
Country: UK / Style: Uplifting Trance / Year: 2014 / Label: Digital Society Recordings*
*Part of the Enhanced Music group.
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