Time Travellers are a new group which consist of two familiar trance characters. Rory Gallagher aka Rozza. He has releases out on Adam White's Emalodic. The other 2nd half of the group is Danish Mark Andréz. Mark has a remix out on Anjunabeats and he has releases coming up on Aly & Fila's 'Future Sound Of Egypt' and on Enhanced and RecoverWorld. This is their first release together and on this release you will find 2 tracks; Lonely Planet with a remix from Sequentia and Bottle Beach which has got vocals courtesy of Michelle Richer.
Lonely Planet - Original Mix
1st track is fast paced and very much in-your-face style. The heavy rumbling and 'metallic' bassline definately makes this a potential peak-time trancer. The guitar strings in the break are absolutely spot on and the piano beneath it works perfectly without clashing or clouding the atmosphere.
Bottle Beach - Original Mix / Instrumental
Exciting tune from the very beginning. Great percussion setup, use of effects and fills. The best thing has to be the delayed piano which follows a very simple pattern - yet adds a very important finishing touch to the track. I personally favour the instrumental version out of the 2.
Lonely Planet - Sequentia Remix
Sequentia delivers a really tight remix here which overall surpasses a lot of their other recent work. It feels thicker and somewhat more 'crisp' than the original. I am not so fond of the lead synth used in the break but apart from that the whole break melody construction pushes all the right buttons.
There is an exceptionally beautiful and laid back feel to the instrumental version of Bottle Beach. Fantastic and mesmerizing piano notes which further colours the already blissful track. I am however wondering how the sound levels of the instrumental and vocal version could end up so far from each other.
Audiojelly Exclusive: 18/05/2009
Full Release: 01/06/2009
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Rozza @ Myspace
Mark Andréz @ Myspace
Sequentia @ Myspace