Casey Rasch?s debut release on Pharmacy Music is a monster. Go, like Casey Rasch, defies any genre pigeon holing producing Tech, Psy and Trance. Casey does A&R for Tech Trance label Critical State so he know a thing or two about quality music and what sounds good on the dance floor. Having only been producing for a little over a year, this twenty-two year old?s list of supporters is impressive: Aly & Fila, Simon Patterson, Indecent Noise, Nick Sentience, and Christopher Lawrence, who has already secured Casey for remix duties on his upcoming single The Dark.
Go is Psy, Tech and Trance all rolled into one. The tough kick drum and super driving psy influenced bass line are ultra powerful on the dance floor. But what makes this track stand out is the insane techno influenced break down that uses a repeated stutter kick drum creating a frenzy of tension on the dance floor - so that when the build up finally come out the break the crowd goes nuts. Already featured on label boss Christopher Lawrence?s Rush Hour radio show and played in every set since receiving this track as a promo, Go is a proven main room floor filler.
Veteran progressive psy trance producer Frost Raven completely reworks the original of Go creating a brilliant progressive psy bubbler. This is the kind of heads down, late night, dark, sweaty vibe we love at Pharmacy Music. Fantastic detailed production and layers upon layers of intricate lines make this track completely engaging for the dance floor and the headphones. Frost Raven once again proves why he is one of the most recognized progressive psy trance producers.
Rising star Renato Dinis reworks Go creating a powerful underground trance track in his own unique style. The breakdown gets a complete makeover with the addition of a haunting melody. The Renato Dinis remix sits nicely in any solid trance set with tons of energy and ear candy to satisfy up-for-it trance audiences.
All three versions make for an amazing release. Casey Rasch is on the fast track with ten original tracks and remixes already completed and slated for release later this year. You haven?t heard the last of Casey Rasch.