It’s always great to find a gem from newcomer to the scene, and that’s exactly what you get with Martin Graff. As a young up-and-comer, little information is available about this guy, but if you’re looking to gain an insight into what he’s all about, you can’t really go wrong with his latest release.
Ghana is progressive trance with a chilled edge–there’s a deep and bassy feel running throughout the track, with some very solid percussion to boot, but there are also lots of distant and dreamy synth lines intertwining with each other along with some African tribal-esque chants–hence the title–giving the track a tinge of old school prog trance. While Ghana will clearly work well on a dancefloor, it doesn’t feel like a track aimed at a club; it’s one of those rare gems that is designed to be listened to more than danced too. Either way, it’s a prime example of why Martin Graff is a name to keep an eye on.