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Mark Sixma presents M6 - Unspoken / Forgotten Shores

October 24, 2011
Shortly after the successful 'Twist' collab with W&W, Dutchman Mark Sixma gets his game on with a new M6 E.P.. Travelling from deep, proggy trance to techy outbursts, are 'Unspoken' and 'Forgotten Shores'. There's simply no way to pigeonhole the tracks of Mark Sixma. His sound slides from all-destroying techno into tranquilizing prog-trance and all the way back to orchestral, anthem-fit trance. Though hard to define, you'll always know when a track is M6 made. The productions of the Dutch producer/DJ never seem to lose the strong atmospheric feel that is so genuinely Mark Sixma. And so is the case with 'Unspoken' and 'Forgotten Shores'. While 'Forgotten Shores' could be the perfect theme to a sunset beach party, with delicate progressive beats and flowing melodic touches, 'Unspoken' builds from a darker, deep core, slowly but steady unfolding an emotional but energetic tech-trancer with high impact. These two are there for the moments you need them, whether you're living it up on the dance floor or chilling on your own couch.

Tracks

  1. 0. Unspoken (Original Mix) (07:54)
  2. 0. Forgotten Shores (Original Mix) (06:53)
Keplar quality