- Release Date 2012-11-26
- Label Se7enth Fury Grammaton Records
- Catalog 7FG004
Beautiful electrohouse track, with a nice, tight kick and deep, rich bassline. With its instantly enjoyable main synth and gritty, bassy riffs, Collapse definitely sets the mood for the powerful bombshells that follow!
Loose Ends (Original Mix)
With a gorgeous, echoey buildup, very deep bassline and nice, ambient effects, there are no loose ends on this baby! Retro SID meets Rave, with a touch of TB-303, giving this solid house track a finely mixed balance. Very nice!
Drunk in Tokyo
Sensational! Just bursting with energy, impressive buildups, powerful riffs, tight beat and a spectacular bottom-end, Trimium gives us the most well-rounded, highly emotive musical track of the album. Two thumbs up!
Wow! This one really rocks! Gangsta style riffs, punchy rhythm, with compressor-driven ondulating effects that really shine! We were 2:30 into the track when our jaws just dropped! This is one hell of a "magnetic" track! Very, and I mean, VERY enjoyable! Awesome!
Holy cr*p!!! Our B&W 802 Diamond Reference speakers simply melted all over this track, and so did we! Mass-destruction lethal bombshell, with massive LFO-driven bassline, huge synth leads, great punch - simply out of this world! Hands down, the best track of the album! Trimium at their best!
The go-to-track to rock da house! Floating, dreamy, haunting-style ambient keys and very cool, now-classic Trimium punchy beat contribute to make Venue a premium choice for clubbers worldwide.
Loose Ends (Alex Acid Dub Mix)
Acid version of Trimium's solid Loose Ends original mix track, this one keeps everyone punching the air no-stop! Building upon perfection is no easy feat, but Alex manages to improve upon the original, with a nice gritty touch that brings up the rolling bassline quite nicely. Superb!