Fuzzy welcomes back emerging trance/progressive Slovakian producer Miroslav Vrlik, who has planted roots in renowned labels including Monster Pure (and Force), Redux, In Trance We Trust, Alter Ego, and other leaders in the industry. Vrlik adds another quality production to his musical résumé with "Footsteps", a versatile dancefloor charger that will appeal to any clubgoer. Follow in the "Footsteps" of greatness.
Footsteps (Original Mix)
This perfect amalgamation of electronic music forges a marriage between ambient and house. It pieces together many progressive elements--smooth grooves, gentle melodies, and atmospheric pads--in many innovating ways that are colourful, rich, and often flashy and uplifting. It has a little Enigma shine to it. If you're a fan either Omnia, Monogato, or The Blizzard, this is your tune.
Footsteps (Nerutto Remix)
This smooth rendition is lighter; it has more of an ethereal tone minus the flash of the original. It commences with the melodic loop, one very reminiscent of Claes Rosen's style, that foreshadows the main release, while the tone stays balanced throughout the remainder. This track is reflects a sound that is similar to Claes Rosen and Dezza's style, and will complement any progressive house set or playlist.
Footsteps (T.O. Remix)
T.O. also presents a lighter side with an illustrious Big Room interpretation. Its steady rhythm and breakdown will keep the crowd energized over the song's duration, without losing its luster. If you prefer Arty or Andrew Bayer's style, this is your pick.