Jul 12, 2015
Entranced 31
Airscape vs Peetu S - Pianomatic (Airscape Fesitval Mix) [High Contrast
Genix & Hannah Magenta - You Have It All (Original Mix) [Armind]
Jordan Suckley - Aztec Curse (Original Mix) [Damaged]
Mike Van Fabio & Sarah Shields - A Light That Never Dies (Original Mix) [Monster Pure]
Rodrigo Deem - Divo (Original Mix) [Enhanced Progressive]

It’s time for another dose of the hottest new trance music around, as Entranced brings you new tunes from the likes of Airscape, Genix, Jordan Suckley, and more.

Airscape vs Peetu S – Pianomatic (Airscape Fesitval Mix) [High Contrast]
Kicking things off this week is Johan Gielen, who dusts off the legendary Airscape name to jump back into the studio with Peetu S. Pianomatic is the follow-up to last year’s All Of Us, and it’s something rather special for veteran dance music fans. Much as you might expect from the guy who brought Delirium’s Silence to a dance music audience, Johan has mixed some classic uplifting trance standards–rolling basslines, massive lead synths, big atmospheres–with some properly catchy hooks. Central to the track is the main piano riff, ripped straight from an early ’90s house record and an odd juxtaposition on paper, but one that works surprisingly well in reality. Grab your copy here.

Genix & Hannah Magenta – You Have It All (Original Mix) [Armind]
Man of the moment Genix continues to label hop as he returns to Armind with You Have It All, a track that features the delightful vocal talents of London-based singer Hannah Magenta. Full of the tough and techy big room style we’ve come to know and love from Genix, You Have It All is nicely balanced by Hannah’s delicate and serene vocals, as well as a rather beautiful break full of lush pads and the odd piano chord. Genix is ramping up the touring stakes this summer, including two dates in Ibiza–the first with Above & Beyond at Cream July 16 and an appearance at ASOT on Sept. 3. Grab your copy of You Have It All here.

Jordan Suckley – Aztec Curse (Original Mix) [Damaged]
British producer Jordan Suckley takes us on a dark and twisted trip with his latest offering, Aztec Curse. Made especially for his set at ASOT 700 in Buenos Aries back in April, this is tech trance at its finest. Rough and ready basslines, bloopy synth arps, and an utterly devastating kick drum make this one perfectly suited for dark and sweaty clubs or even the odd festival stage. Either way, this is proper heads-down trance designed to get you grooving along. Aztec Curse is out now on Jordan’s own Damaged imprint, so grab your copy here and lose yourself in the relentless rhythms.

Mike van Fabio & Sarah Shields – A Light That Never Dies (Original Mix) [Monster Pure]
It wouldn’t be an edition of Entranced without our Monster fix, and this week it’s a new track from young Polish talent Mike van Fabio, who returns to the label with A Light That Never Dies. This track is uplifting euphoria from start to finish, complete with a fiercely energetic rhythm and bassline, synth plucks, and a sing-along vocal courtesy of French singer-songwriter Sarah Shields. Grab your copy here and keep your eye out for more belting tracks from Mike van Fabio in the coming months.

Rodrigo Deem – Divo (Original Mix) [Enhanced Progressive]
Rounding things off this week is another lush piece of progressive big room trance courtesy of Argentina’s Rodrigo Deem, who returns to Enhanced Progressive with Divo. An electro house-tinged bass riff hammers the track into solid club territory for the first few minutes, and then warm pads, summery piano chords, and massive synths take you away during the break. Grab your copy of Divo here, and while you’re at it, check out Rodrigo’s July chart for more top anthems of the moment.