- Release Date 2014-10-13
- Label Digitized Recordings
- Catalog DR075
It Happens brings Amos and the great vocals of Sarah Jane Neild together for a massive uplifting vocal trancer. The package includes mixes from Amos & Riot Night, the incredible Steve Morley with his mix already gaining early support from Armin on ASOT and finally Mexican Trance legend Mike Rodas.
Amos & Riot Night Remix
The Amos and Riot night has big kicks and sub, with tech elements and rolling percussions right from the off giving it a really good energy. Atmospheric plucks build the track to a key change thats sure to get crowds moving and Djs putting their hands in the air. Airy and almost ghostly pads build the track to the break down where the vocal drops. Sarah Jane has one of those voices and hits the sweet spot as soon as you hear it. Accompanied by big trance pads the vocals works beautifully to bring in the main hook of pure uplifting chords. As they filter out the vocals return to build the track to the drop. And its a drop sure to send crowds into hysteria. One not to miss on Digitized and if vocal you trance is your thing, you need this tune in your collection.
Steve Morley Remix
Next up on remix duties is Steve Morley with his uplifting and energetic style. Starting with filtering tech acid sounds a lovely pluck the pads builds atmospherically as it develop. Evolving pads and plucky leads continue to build the euphoric feeling as it reaches the main break down. Big nord style pads filter up bring the vocal with them. This rework really highlights Sarahs voice and the minimal start to the break make this one for those who like vocal trance built around the vocal. Keeping it simple, but really really effective this breakdown really makes the vocal shine and will have listeners hands in the air as it build to a crescendo. Giving the lead a different flavour again Steve delivers with a bright rolling lead arp which builds and builds to the drop, which is another moment or Morley madness in the making. If pure uplifting trance is your thing, this is definitely the version for you and will be in your got to play list for a while to come.
Mike Rodas Remix
The Mike Rodas remix brings a faster paced take on Amos version with rolling 16th basses that really drive the track along. Bringing the vocals in nice and early in this remix it gives the track a different feel. Big filtering pads and square arps build the track as it moves towards the break, and brings the vocal back in, before dropping listeners into break that will bring one of those hands in the air with your eyes closed moments to crowds everywhere. Ethnics style pads and deep subby bass pads mean this remix will really work on bug systems in big venues; not to mention everywhere else! Again, using the vocals to the build the track back up, this time the vocal point after the break is big ducking pads, accompanied by the vocals and ethnic pads. Mike Rodas has done a great job putting a different spin on this track. Check it out. You wont be disappointed.
That concludes yet another great pack from Digitized.