DR075 Amos feat. Sara Jane Neild - It Happens

Amos & Riot Night Remix
Steve Morley Remix
Mike Rodas Remix

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Worldwide release - 13th October 2014

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DR076 Helix² - To Love Again

Original Mix
Dave Walker vs. Touchstone Remix

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Both releases have seen massive support from the likes of Armin Van Buuren, Sneijder, Manuel Le Saux, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Airwave, Estigma, Kinetica, Astuni, Vlind, Lost Witness, Katy Rutkovski, Magdelayna, Zutt Muziker, Steve Morley, Rhys Thomas, Simon Bostock, Neil Redden, Kevin Crowley, Rya, El Jay, Santi Project, Jessica B, Ex-Driver, Laura May, Prada, Dave Nadz, M.I.K.E. (Push), Dave Deen, Barry Duffy, Glynn Alan, Chapter XJ, Mike Roads, Noonix, Dave Horne, Andrea Mazza, Martin Morgan, Iversoon & Alex Daf, Curtis & Craig, 5thDimension, Dave Gormas, Riot Night, Suzy Solar, Haig & Raffi, tranzLift, Rutts, Pusher, Alex Blest, David McRae, Matt Harrison, Trance Divine, North Pole, Suprano, Andy Mac, Peter Hulsmans, Bryan Summerville, Amitacek, Cliffy Burrows plus more.

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DR075 Amos Feat Sarah Jane Neild – It Happens

It Happens brings Amos and the great vocals of Sarah Jane Neild together for a massive uplifting vocal trancer. The package includes mixes from Amos & Riot Night, the incredible Steve Morley with his mix already gaining early support from Armin on ASOT and finally Mexican Trance legend Mike Rodas.

Amos & Riot Night Remix

The Amos and Riot night has big kicks and sub, with tech elements and rolling percussions right from the off giving it a really good energy. Atmospheric plucks build the track to a key change thats sure to get crowds moving and Dj’s putting their hands in the air. Airy and almost ghostly pads build the track to the break down where the vocal drops. Sarah Jane has one of those voices and hits the sweet spot as soon as you hear it. Accompanied by big trance pads the vocals works beautifully to bring in the main hook of pure uplifting chords. As they filter out the vocals return to build the track to the drop. And it’s a drop sure to send crowds into hysteria. One not to miss on Digitized and if vocal you trance is your thing, you need this tune in your collection.

Steve Morley Remix

Next up on remix duties is Steve Morley with his uplifting and energetic style. Starting with filtering tech acid sounds a lovely pluck the pads builds atmospherically as it develop. Evolving pads and plucky leads continue to build the euphoric feeling as it reaches the main break down. Big nord style pads filter up bring the vocal with them. This rework really highlights Sarahs voice and the minimal start to the break make this one for those who like vocal trance built around the vocal. Keeping it simple, but really really effective this breakdown really makes the vocal shine and will have listeners hands in the air as it build to a crescendo. Giving the lead a different flavour again Steve delivers with a bright rolling lead arp which builds and builds to the drop, which is another moment or Morley madness in the making. If pure uplifting trance is your thing, this is definitely the version for you and will be in your “got to play list” for a while to come.

Mike Rodas Remix

The Mike Rodas remix brings a faster paced take on Amos’ version with rolling 16th basses that really drive the track along. Bringing the vocals in nice and early in this remix it gives the track a different feel. Big filtering pads and square arps build the track as it moves towards the break, and brings the vocal back in, before dropping listeners into break that will bring one of those hands in the air with your eyes closed moments to crowds everywhere. Ethnics style pads and deep subby bass pads mean this remix will really work on bug systems in big venues; not to mention everywhere else! Again, using the vocals to the build the track back up, this time the vocal point after the break is big ducking pads, accompanied by the vocals and ethnic pads. Mike Rodas has done a great job putting a different spin on this track. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed.

That concludes yet another great pack from Digitized.

DR76 Helix² - To Love Again

Up next on Digitized is a debut from Scottish duo Helix². Helix² are made up of legendary producer Gordon Tennant of Suburban Delay fame and the incredible Gillian Tennant. Whilst her name may not ring a bell instantly, you would do well to look up Q-Tex. They had hits like Power of Love, and if you’ve been into dance for a while, or know the roots of it, these guys were right up there. There is also a more banging remix supplied by label legends Dave Walker and Touchstone. The lyrics and vocals are incredibly powerful and this package is a serious contender for Vocal Trancer of the year.

Original Mix

To Love Again, is a slower release than normal for Digitized, but it’s easy to see why we are putting it out as soon as you listen to it. A Vocal Trancer where Gillian’s voice sounds amazing and has a tune to match. Vocal around the vocals this 132bpm track is filled with atmosphere and has a modern trance feeling to it. Lush pianos and pads fill the break and complement the vocals, before the lead chords come in. With a slightly old school sound and feel, the hook will have people bouncing with delight. It’s even got a slight commercial feel to it, but in a good way. Build gradually throughout the break the drop brings the vocal back in in full and is sure to have crowds signing along whether in the car, at home or in the main room of a club. This is sure to be great hit and the original will appeal to perhaps a wider audience than normal due to the slower tempo, but if you like vocal trance, you’re sure to love this gem from some of the people who were leading the way in dance in late 90’s.

Dave Walker vs. Touchstone Remix

The Dave Walker vs. Touchstone Remix takes this track down a whole different route. Back up at 138bpm you can instantly tell the Touchstone influence on this, even before the main bass comes in. Tight claps and rolling hats, mix with rolling mid basses and thumping kicks. Again, built around the vocal this is uplifting vocal trance at its best. The atmosphere keep building behind the vocal taking you though to the main drop. Big chords and pianos bring the vocals back in and build the track to its climax. From the first time you hear this track, if you’re a DJ, you will just know that this is going to go off when you play it to a crowd. The tension just builds and builds and then boom as the beat drops in full you get hit with uplifting vocal trance of the quality that is doesn’t come around every week, or even month. This remix is likely to be one of Digitized most popular and it’s easy to see why. Mixing amazing vocals, with modern Touchstone beats and some classic producers from the birth decade of real dance music there is no better combination. Simply just enjoy this amazing remix.

This is easily one of the best releases the label has ever put out.