Gone are the days of old school crate digging, travelling miles, or even to different countries to find those hidden gems of Trance vinyls. Now, it seems, the charts are the go to service, littered with all kinds of Trance music from the amazing to the poor. It seems people are only interested in the latest and greatest, completely skipping a whole genre of musical goodness.
We give you the RNDM FVE, five tracks that are plain and simply… Amazing! They could be old, they could be new, they might not be from a famous producer. So in no particular order RNDM FVE #1 presents:
Matt Fax – Blimp
Opening his new EP with ‘Horizon’ Matt Fax displays his increasingly loved depth and groove in abundance. Living up to it’s mellow name, ‘Horizon’ which sees early support from Armin van Buuren, is a journey through smoothly flowing plucks & chords, chirpy bass and rising hi-hats. Exploring a more uplifting sound, but retaining Matt’s uniquely layered style, ‘Horizon’ perfectly opens this release.
Ewan Rill – Everyone
After his succesful remixes for the label, one of Russia’s best kept secrets EWAN RILL presents his first EP on Symmetric. ¨GIVE ME DARK¨ As the name suggests, this is a massive 3 track dark deep progressive EP which won’t leave your ears feeling all warm and fuzzy inside, his deep chords and techy grooves will take you to levels unbeknown to man or beast.
Duderstadt – Muhanjala 2016 (Extended Mix)
Ten years after the song’s original release, Duderstadt hit up the A State Of Trance label with their 2016 version of ‘Muhanjala’. As spellbinding as before while befitting the sound that thrives today, ‘Muhanjala 2016’ is ready to take over the world as it did a decade ago.
Omnia – Ultra
Once again turning the Armind imprint into his personal playground, Ukrainian hotshot Omnia shows why calling him a gifted producer just doesn’t cut it. Set to drop jaws across the globe with a double dose of his highly recognizable sonics, Omnia now reigns over his own realm as his melodic prowess remains unmatched. ‘Hold Me’ and ‘Ultra’ are his crown and scepter; Omnia is the king.