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Coming back to the Upon.You Records camp with his second EP is T Raum, the Vienna-based producer who brought us the „Daywalker EP" in May of 2k18. Now, teaming up with fellow artist Johan Mila for „The Strange" the Austrian producer is back with more dancefloor-focused goodness, bringing us our first release of the still new, fresh and young year 2019.

Opening with „Hot Rod" the two artists immediately prove that they are a studio force to be reckoned with, weighing in pumping, crafty next level TechHouse with a storming, quite muscular peaktime touch, huge breakdowns and a powerful, ever spiralling synth motif made to take punters to a trance-inducing rave heaven within seconds.

The title track „The Strange *Vocal Mix" brings on another dancefloor weapon created by T Raum & Johan Mila, focusing on distinct, perfectly shaped TechHouse drums, warm, floating DubTechno-influenced pads, clever percussion arrangements and beautiful, out of this world vocals coming down to the dancefloor from electronic music heavens.

On the next tip we see T Raum & Johan Mila presenting their track „Melodrama", a stripped down, yet upliftng affair exploring the borderline between TechHouse and (Neo)Trance for rolling late night / early morning dancefloor workouts, weighing in widescreen panorama breakdowns and touching atmospheres for humungous crowds and beauteous sunrise experiences.

Finally „The Strange *Dub Mix" rolls out another angle on the title track, putting an emphasis on its distinct DubTechno chords and beautiful melody whilst stripping the original cut off the vocals to allow variation for those DJ's who like to go deeper throughout their sets.
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