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Eco - Desert Song E.P.

September 24, 2012
In 2007, a creative mind arose from the Big Apple. It was Marcello Pacheco, who now looks back upon 5 years of successfully climbing the top of the scene. Under his Eco moniker, he brings another golden lining to our nights, with 'Desert Song' and 'Prism'. It's been a few months since we last heard a new tune from the Eco studios. The diversity seeking producer kept himself busy with his first official compilation, 'Constellations In You', to great success. Following his latest tunes 'A Million Sounds, A Thousand Smiles' and 'Echoes', he now brings the deep, throbbing bass of 'Desert' and 'Prism'. 'Desert Song' providing a powerful, well-built prog-trance tune with a gentle melody, mysterious vocals and a strong pay-off. 'Prism' being the icing on the cake, rich in details and layers and making you lose yourself inside its intricate melody from first play on.


  1. 1. Desert Song (Original Mix) (06:47)
  2. 2. Prism (Original Mix) (07:40)
  3. 3. The Storm (Original Mix) (07:16)
  4. 4. Desert Song (Radio Edit) (04:01)
  5. 5. Prism (Radio Edit) (04:37)
  6. 6. The Storm (Radio Edit) (04:14)
Keplar quality