It’s time for another edition of the week’s hottest new trance music, as the 16th edition of Entranced brings you tracks from the likes of Armin, Mark Sixma, and remake of a classic from 4 Strings.
4 Strings – Take Me Away (2015 Mix) [Liquid]
Dutch duo Carlo Resoort and Jan De Vos, better known as 4 Strings, have given their 2001 classic Take Me Away a hefty reboot for 2015. Featuring the original vocal and a strong dose of that infectious melody, the track drops into a pounding trance anthem, with big chord stabs and plenty of energy. With support from Ferry Corsten and Markus Schulz, Take Me Away has already stormed into the Beatport trance Top 10, so head on over there now and grab your own copy.
Armin van Buuren & Mark Sixma – Panta Rhei (Original Mix) [Armind]
Two more legends up next as Armin teams up with Mark Sixma for their debut collaboration Panta Rhei. Originally featured on the A State Of Trance 2015 album, this track proves that these two were destined to work with each other. Stocked full of the massive stadium-esque trance production that both Armin and Sixma are known for individually, their combined talents have created a monster that should utterly destroy any dancefloor it happens to be unleashed upon. It’s out now on Armind, so get your hands on a copy now.
LTN feat. Arielle Maren – Let Me Go (LTN’s Sunrise Remix) [Enhanced Progressive]
Slowing things right down now as Jakarta-based LTN provides us with some smooth progressive trance in the shape of the Sunrise remix of his recent release Let Me Go. The remix is almost a chill-out track, with subtle rhythms, dreamy pads and deep bass drones. It’s perfectly suited to the vocal talents of Arielle Maren, who provides a beautifully understated performance that is seemingly better suited to the remix than the original. The Let Me Go remixes are out now on Enhanced Progressive, so get your copy, turn it up, and kick back.
Markus Schulz – Golden Gate (San Francisco) [Coldharbour]
A tribute to LessThan3’s home city is up next with Markus Schulz’ latest effort Golden Gate (San Francisco). Filled with stomping percussion, driving pads, and catchy little synth pops, Golden Gate is the third in his City Series, following Bayfront (Miami) and Bine Facut (Bucharest). I’ll leave it to the SF natives to decide if this tracks truly speaks of the city for which it’s named, but either way, it’s well worth grabbing your own copy, so head on over to Beatport now, where you can also check out Markus’ Golden Gate chart.
Orjan Nilsen – The Edge (Original Mix) [Armind]
Rounding things off this week is another Armind release, and another trance superstar, this time Norway’s own Orjan Nilsen. The Edge is exactly what you’d expect from Orjan, with rough and ready basslines, techy drums, and of course, those enormous soaring synths. It’s a sure-fire crowd pleaser, with plenty of that Armind charm that lends it to big arena gigs. If you’ve not got your own arena lying around, fear not, because The Edge sounds just as good at home, so head on over to Beatport and grab your own copy now.