With 'Der Blaue Reiter', GHEIST deliver another masterfully produced house tune, remaining true to their sound. The track is seven minutes of driving, melodic bliss: an exhilarating lead synth, warm bassline, and stabby beats, all working together in perfect sync. 'Der Blaue Reiter', which translates into 'the blue rider' in German, is named after an art collective of the same name, centred around Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, who were two pioneers of Expressionism in the early 20th century. The Munich collective often drew parallels between painting and music, which inspired GHEIST to pay homage to a movement whose ideas remain visionary to this day. "As we draw influences from different things we find beautiful or interesting, this is a story that truly inspired us," GHEIST say. "Not only did Der Blaue Reiter create something entirely new, they also went for their vision of how to do it as a creative collective."