Feb 20, 2015
Entranced 11
Corti Organ - Butterfly (Original Mix) [ASOT]
Jordan Suckley - Droid (Original Mix) [Damaged]
Matt Holliday - New Leaf (Solarstone Pure Mix) [Go On Air]
Miroslav Vrlik - All The Way (Original Mix) [Infrasonic Pure]
ReOrder & First Effect - Seriously (Original Mix) [Monster Force]

It’s time once again for your weekly Entranced fix, with our eleventh edition bringing you new music from Jordan Suckley, Solarstone, and ReOrder, among others. So hit the strobe light, kick back, and turn it up loud.

Corti Organ – Butterfly (Original Mix) [ASOT]
German/Croatian duo Corti Organ make their ASOT return with Butterfly, though the name is misleading as this one certainly isn’t delicate! With gritty basslines and lush reverb-laden riffs, Butterfly, this one conjures up images of thousands of trance fans jumping up and down in unison. Grab your copy now.

Jordan Suckley – Droid (Original Mix) [Damaged]
Ellesmere Port based Jordan Suckley is becoming something of an Entranced regular, with a healthy stream of hard-hitting trance anthems emanating from his studio. His latest effort is called Droid, and comes complete with a dark and dirty drop featuring some robot-esque acid lines. Before that, there’s a beautiful evolving break, making Droid a track of contrasts. It’s out now on Jordan’s own Damaged label, so get your copy now.

Matt Holliday – New Leaf (Solarstone Pure Mix) [Go On Air]
Up next, Solarstone goes to work on Matt Holliday’s 2014 release New Leaf, with another “Pure” remix designed to showcase the finer side of trance. As you might expect, there’s a rolling bassline, big chord pads, frantic percussion, and heaps and heaps of emotion. This is what Rich Solarstone’s “Pure Trance” movement is all about, with dancefloor friendly rhythms living alongside goosebump-inducing melodies. New Leaf is out now on Giuseppe Ottaviani’s Go On Air label.

Miroslav Vrlik – All The Way (Original Mix) [Infrasonic Pure]
Slovakia’s Miroslav Vrlik makes his debut Infrasonic for a stunning piece of uplifting trance in the shape of All The Way. With a catchy little lead hook and a massive piano-tinged break, this is a dreamy and almost chilled effort, but still one that should make waves in any self-respecting trance DJ’s set. Grab your own copy now.

ReOrder & First Effect – Seriously [Monster Force]
Wrapping things up today is a collab between Belgian duo First Effect and Czech producer ReOrder. Relentless rhythms, mental acid lines and a frantic lead give this one tons of energy, making for a “serious” track indeed. Pushing into the hard trance spectrum, Seriously is one for the clubs, though you can always annoy the neighbors and crank this one up as far as it will go. Seriously is out now on Monster Force, so get it now.