This Week Single Releases (43)October 20th, 2008
Titan / Lima
Thomas Bronzwaer has a recognizable sound that is immediately heard through his productions. A steady pumping beat, a layered and well build melody and capturing trance combined with proggy effects. No wonder these two beauties are about to sway your ears.
Thomas released his first record back in 2003, but it wasn’t until 2005 that things started rolling for the Dutchman. His first ever solo production ‘Close Horizon’ was an instant hit and caused a storm in tranceland. Follow-up ‘Shadow World’ did even better and so Thomas’ path to success was stretched out before him. He works under several aliases, from Avalon to Arizona, but also binds his real name to several smashers, like ‘Constellation’ and ‘Resound’.
And now this talent’s delivering you a new package. ‘Lima”s pulsating beat, distortive background effects and soft whispered vocals are about to shock the dance floors around the globe. ‘Titan’, unlike his name might tell you, is more sensitive yet energetic enough to keep those bodies moving.
Armin van Buuren: Supporting both tracks, huge release
Gareth Emery: Featured Titan in my podcast
Ferry Corsten: Lima on Corstens Countdown!
IDJ Mag: Both Tracks are wicked
M8 Magazine: Bigger than Pamela Andersons Tits!
Greg Downey: Love Lima, Good work
Ernesto vs. Bastian: Like this track and support from me
Tom Colontonio: Massive tunes! Full support
Ocean Bar / Ocean Breeze
Bas van Essen
Watch out! For young, Dutch producer Bas van Essen is on his way, enrolling the scene with his inflammable sounds. He has released several smacking tunes, like ‘So sexy’, ‘Recycle’ and the beautiful ‘Heart of Pain’ with Dirty Dot guise-partner Willem van Hanegem jr. And he’s done it again.
‘Ocean Bar’ and ‘Ocean Breeze’ are both pure and melodic progtrancers, that breathe the essence of a good and solid production. A pulsating beat and a slight touch of cheerful effects toying each other along the way make the tracks grow more on you every time you give them a listen.
1. Ocean Bar
2. Ocean Breeze
Toxic / Indigo / Insert
Lego Planet is no one less than Robert Burian And this guys doesn’t just play with toys, he toys with productions. In such a way, that every single production has its unique sound and impact. Lego Planet breathes music, and that’s definitely showing.
‘Indigo’ is a slamming, frisky tech-trancer with a rough edge, ‘Insert’ manages to go a bit deeper, but is just as big a crowd mover. And then there’s ‘Toxic’, with a contagious dose of trance written all over. Lego Planet did it again.
David Forbes: yeah digging this guys
Sander van Doorn: Really like Insert!
M.I.K.E.: Supporting Toxic
IDJ Mag: Will review this ep in iDJ