This week for Entranced, as well as your usual dose of new trance music, we’ve got a special treat as we exclusively reveal a brand new track from Dennis Sheperd, alongside more top tunes from the likes of Dan Stone, Ferry Corsten, Omnia, and more.
Dennis Sheperd & Katty Heath – Where I Begin (Club Mix) [A Tribute To Life]
As a special treat for Entranced fans, and a first for the series, we’ve got an exclusive premiere of a track from one of our favourite producers, Dennis Sheperd. Teaming up with Dutch singer Katty Heath, Where I Begin is all about dreamy vocals, staccato synth riffs, and throbbing basslines. There’s a touch of late-‘90s trance in here, all wrapped up with a sleek and modern production style that keeps Dennis at the top of his game while still keeping the old-school fans happy. Where I Begin is out on Sept. 7 through Dennis’ own A Tribute To Life imprint.
Dan Stone – Mirzam (Original Mix) [FSOE]
First up this week, British legend Dan Stone takes us on another frantic and euphoria-filled journey through uplifting wizardry with his new track Mirzam. Big, beautiful, and stocked full of epic synth work, this is the sort of classic trance belter we know and love. Mirzam has already lodged itself firmly into the Beatport Trance Top 10, and with a release on Aly &a Fila’s Future Sound Of Egypt imprint, there’s a good chance this one will echo out over the Pyramids when the duo play their FSOE400 event on Sept 11. Grab your copy of Mirzam here.
Joonas Hahmo – Massive Dynamic (Original Mix) [Hahmo]
We always love a new Joonas Hahmo track at LessThan3, so we were thrilled to hear his latest effort Massive Dynamic, a stompy and bloopy bit of progressive trance that echoes his early releases. The Finnish producer has a knack for treading the line between old-school trance and the more current big-room style, and as we’ve noted before, it’s something he was doing way before it became popular. Massive Dynamic deserves a massive audience, so grab your copy here, and spread the word.
Omnia feat. Tilde – For The First Time (Original Mix) [Armind]
Ukranian producer Omnia can seemingly do no wrong of late, as he kicks out yet another enormous dose of euphoric goodness with For The First Time. Featuring a fantastic vocal performance from Tilde, this one is right where it belongs on Armind–the spiritual home of uplifting trance on Armada. For The First Time has been a firm favourite among the Armada family of late, getting more than a few outings at various ASOT events over the summer, being voted as Armin’s ‘Future Favourite’, and proving a hit with crowds from Ibiza to Creamfields in the past few months. Grab your copy here.
Tritonal – GAMMA GAMMA (Ferry Corsten Fix) [Enchanced]
Texan duo Tritonal are better known as electro house connoisseurs nowadays, and their recent hit GAMMA GAMMA is no exception. Now though, a remix from Dutch legend Ferry Corsten has taken the track back to Tritonal’s formative days as full-on trance producers, combining the quirky vocal mantra of the original with some classic Ferry supersaws and rolling basslines. For long term fans of Chad and Dave, there’s notes of their seminal track Essence Of Kea in here, making this not just a first-class remix, but also a worthy tribute to their early work. Grab your copy here, and also check out Ferry’s September Chart on Beatport for more top picks.