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Pulsar Recordings fans have been craving for more vocal tracks being released on our label, and we have closely listened to those wishes. Today we present to you the latest outing by Chris Jennings & Mary Helen called All Alone. The track starts with a swirly synth and a myriad of sounds that come along with it, from those powerful snare rolls to those airy bells. In the breakdown you'll hear Mary's voice; painting beautiful landscapes in our heads… While Chris takes over with his powerful synths and takes us away on a further journey with his driving dropdown.

This release wouldn't be complete if we didn't hire remixers to provide us with the alternative takes of their own. The first one to step up to this duty is Andy Groove from Ukraine with whom we've already met before. His take is a driving uplifting trance remix which utilizes Mary's ad-libs from the very start, the more we dive into this production, the more beautiful it becomes. Gentle breakdown serves as a perfect basis for Mary's vocal, but don't be surprised when Andy introduces a new epic lead; which will take you up on your feet until the track is finished.

We have one more remixer, hailing from UK, who gave it his own spice to the already amazing original. Ric Scott's remix starts with big beats and chopped up synths and vocals all working great together to create one proper drive. The vocals in the breakdown are processed amazingly well and you will enjoy them once again. It won't take long before the main lead is introduced, but this time with even more power than in the original take, giving that dropdown a serious groove.


All Alone