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DR080 is sure to be one of the biggest releases of the year. With a great original from Odonbat comes a great remix from Shaun Hutchinson and then there’s the small matter of a remix from one of producers of 2014 who has gained worldwide acclaim over the past 12 months, Standerwick.

Starting with the original, Akira, blesses the ears with a tech percussion vibe and tough claps as it builds to a rolling synth bass line that guarantees to get your foot tapping pretty much instantly. Rolling arps build the track to a mini break that raises the tension beautifully, before dropping that bass back in and building the track with sidechained filtering pads. Just when you think the track has all it needs, Odonbat drops a perfectly timed key change on listeners to keep the track progressing all the way up to the break. Filtering elements down as the track drops into the break warm pads and vocal atmosphere's are supported by deep, rich pianos that give this break a lovely progression. The main lead is pure uplifting and building to the mini drop in the break before dropping all the elements out for the main build this track has great energy control. The main drop brings the bass back in and gives the track a real energy and you won’t be able to help but tapping your foot or throwing some shapes if your hearing this in a club. A great original to kick off Digitized 80.

First up on remix duties is one of trance’s men of the moment, Standerwick. Making his return to Digitized the label where it all started again Ian brings his unique style of trance to the label once more. And he doesn’t disappoint. By now you all know his style, driving bass and big energy and this remix is no exception. Using the arp to bring things in early the track kick straight off the big driving bass and saw sounds that are now a Standerwick trademark. Using vocal pads and the arp, driven by rolling hi hats and big kick the track builds with great energy all the way to the break. Coming in pretty early at 2.20 the break drops down warm pads, and vocal elements before dropping out to leave an empty space for the build, and what a build. A simply huge arp lead and massive virus style pads give this track a trance explosion in the drop that will set dance floors well and truly ablaze. The massive build up just keeps on building and building and then boom. This remix has got huge trance smash written all over it, do not miss this. Shaun Hutchinson. Getting straight into it with a rolling mid synth bass the track builds up to a big rich sounding low bass driven by subtle percussions, before the pluck brings in the key change. Bringing it earlier than the original gives this rework a different style, without compromising on quality. As the track builds to the break filtering pads and the pluck bring in a break beat that tracks the track in a new direction. Break beats don’t often get used in trance breakdowns, but this demonstrates how well they can work when done right. The main lead creates the hands in the air moment and with low pads to add depth the track builds to massive drop that will get crowds moving and listeners dancing in their homes. A great remix to support the original.

The final remix comes from Shaun Hutchinson. Getting straight into it with a rolling mid synth bass the track builds up to a big rich sounding low bass driven by subtle percussions, before the pluck brings in the key change. Bringing it earlier than the original gives this rework a different style, without compromising on quality. As the track builds to the break filtering pads and the pluck bring in a break beat that tracks the track in a new direction. Break beats don’t often get used in trance breakdowns, but this demonstrates how well they can work when done right. The main lead creates the hands in the air moment and with low pads to add depth the track builds to massive drop that will get crowds moving and listeners dancing in their homes. Another great remix to support the original.

Whilst many people will rush straight for the Standerwick remix be sure not to overlook the original and Hutchinson remix. They both offer a great alternative and are great tracks in their own right making this one of the biggest packs from Digitized this year.