The next release comes from Pandora, a Japanese artist new to Sorcery Records, with a Proglifting Trance track called Gulf Stream, released with 2 fantastic remixes by Ruslan Device and Joey Seven.
The original mix has an edgy feel with driving and insistent rhythms and effects which Pandora works on and develops before moving the track into a contrasting melodic breakdown, only to be replaced by the earlier more progressive vibe. This new track has a really fresh new feel to it.
The first remix comes from Ruslan Device and has a deep, dark Progressive vibe to it. Rhythmic, plucky chorded synths lead the way as the track builds and a deep bass synth creates atmosphere in the first breakdown balanced against floating string sounds which create even more dynamic tension. This skillful remake of the original keeps you listening to the end.
More measured in feel, the second remix by Joey Seven works with a darker progressive vibe as he quickly develops the depth of his track before dropping the sounds for sweeps and effects in the breakdown. Floating strings accompany a piano playing the main melodic riff of the track using reverb and delay before the tracks builds into the final body. This Trance remix has a distinctly new, dark feel to it.
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