In its 37th release, Abstract Space Records introduces Freefall, a dark progressive trance production by Rogier and Stage Van H, the most prominently featured artists on the label. This time around our favorite duo finds the listener savoring the stellar view of a bustling inner city from a vantage point high atop a stunning bass hit, braced against whirling pads that tempt a lonely sounding synthesizer to take a leap of faith between towering skyscrapers of percussion that are silhouetted against bright, sonorous strings. In his remix, Blufeld brazenly continues the theme with our lonely synthesizer soaring above bass heavy kicks, propped up by a boisterous bass line carried even higher through a buffeting break beat that indeed offers No Way Back. LoQuai's Nightfall remix drops the tone with a rolling bass that emulates sunset in our city, bringing out the dark side of the now familiar melody with a haunting, slow moving synth line. In his first appearance on Abstract Space Records, Jeremy Rowlett leads the listener ever deeper into the darkness with a driving, hollow trancey bass that is offset perfectly by synthesized keys that filter up through strings and fabulous hand percussion. Fractal Architect entirely reworks the original track in his futuristic, deep progressive goa remix titled Falling Star where the listener now looks down on the city from the edge of a taunting, atmospheric 303 that dares us to jump, spiralling into Freefall.