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M6 and Willem van Hanegem - Origin

June 08, 2009
The Dutch tech-trance force strikes down with a fleet of 2 young, talented producers. Willem van Hanegem, one half of the hefty W&W guise, and Mark Sixma, better known as M6, join forces on 'Origin'. Both favouring the big room trance sound we're used to hearing from them, it'll be no surprise that 'Origin' falls into that same category. Unlike the previous, somewhat ominous sound they've shown us before, from M6's 'Destination 6' and 'Fade 2 Black' to Willem's sturdy 'Stab my Speaker', the guys now chose to go uplifting all the way. It's not the standard 4/4 uplifting trance stuff you hear on this track, but a solid, techy flavoured and outstanding sound to shatter across the dance floor. 'Origin' is set for bigger purposes, to fit the big room halls and please the masses. The Tech mix is 'Origin' in a more exotic jacket, with gutsy clicks and tasty synth surprises.


  1. 0. Origin (Original Mix) (07:33)
  2. 0. Origin (Tech Mix) (05:40)
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