The intro is totally epic — gigantic cinematic soundscapes carve images of steely battleships slowing closing in, before an odd, and completely unexpected, Euro synth steals the waves… oh dear, where is this going? Then another unexpected turn of events — the drop unveils a devastatingly choppy artillery. We all know the cliché metaphor of drum & bass, reflecting torrents of bombs and summoning your warface, but this track seriously sounds like a battle.
Cally (ex Cally & Juice) delivers his first solo remix, taking on European hard trance legends S.H.O.K.K’s new release for an energetic kick and bass workout, with great use of the main melodies, and some ferocious basslines made for dancefloors.
New quartet G.H.O.S.T have gained immense support from DJs across the scene, being played regularly in club sets and securing airplay on nationwide radio stations. You’ve more than likely heard these tracks already, they’ve been in circulation for over a year. This roller is a fatty, with big weight bass at the bones of it. Understated bongos subtly lift the thaumaturgy vibe to a more tropical realm.
Superb trance-inspired airy vocal in this new Subground release, combined with pitch-bended stabs, heavy drops and melodic breakdowns, making this a great track for warming up those harder floors.