Beautiful melodic trance piece with a plenty of complex synths to please your ears.
Also, Ancient Dreams remix is coming next week. Completely different feel so you don’t get bored.
Thanks to Technomind music 🙂
A-side: oldschool cookie-cutter uplifter.
B-side: driving, banging and buzzy.
Uplifting EP coming on March 8th!
“France” remix coming on February 8th, “Ancient Dreams” on February 11th. Already available exclusively on Beatport: https://www.beatport.com/artist/warmonger/577400
I promised 3 releases coming soon, but at it turns out, there will be four. Delaforce Recordings got themselves together and finally scheduled a remix which I signed a whole year ago…
Either way, here they come in full glory:
For now I can tell that all the covers fit the music quite well.
Go check France remix already:
So, now let’s go and sign some more. While producing another ones. Nothing can stop me now!
2018 was unusual year, as I feel something has changed. Unlike in previous years, which were mostly all the same, bare from occasional musical enterprises.
Long time no update.
But now I’m back with another double EP!
Double trance EP with different tunes that have one thing in common – unusual composition using exotic key changes.
Inverse Universe 2018 is actually a rework of my old tune from 2013, with little changes in composition but day and night difference in quality.
Dreams of Grandeur is an idea I’ve had stuck in my head for years… done completely different.
I also got quite positive opinions about this EP. Suprisingly more people appreciated the unusual key changes rather than didn’t like it. So there’s a room for experimentation in trance, too!
As usual, I’ll discuss every track from this EP in separate article. In the meantime, enjoy!
Since now extended versions of tracks are on Youtube, there’s a good point to discuss how “Starvation” was made.
I had a simple idea in mind – a straightforward trance tune with african theme. This involves, obvioulsy, polyrthytmic djembe drums, but also harmonies. Some grooves were played by hand using different instruments, such as Ableton stock rack and Big Bang Cinematic Percussion, other loops were found on the Internet. As to harmonies, I googled some “african music”, understood correctly or not, and tried various chord progressions until it worked.