40 Degrees is back with a storming hot single from rising star tech trance duo The Hague. After the outstanding remix for Davey Asprey's "The Devil You Know", Alex Losy and James Elton gather up again for a massive original tune: Crank.
The original is a dirty, filthy and groovy tech trance stomper. Bleepy drums meet an "in your face" snare, while the growling phat bass is spiced up by a tough synth that creates an eternal crescendo, from the very beginning of the track, up to the very end. The breakdown is all about big room, "hands in the air" trance!
40 Degrees own manager and A&R is back on remix duties! Fabio Stein chooses to maintain the vibe from the original, just moving a few things around and adding some of his twisted "electric" elements and lots of dirty glitchy effects. The crescendo vibe of the original is preserved and pushed up a notch with Fabio's usual insane build-ups. The breakdown is big with a lot of extra harmonic work on the main riff, and a glorious epic moment!
Davey Asprey is back on 40 Degrees with an euphoric alternative mix to the original! A driving bass lays the base to a massive trance bombshell, with huge stabs and all that side-chained goodness from the original! The massive breakdown will have trance purists screaming from the top of their longs with that gracious mind-altering vibe!