‘Cornfields’ marks Khen as the second outside artist to release on Vivrant, a welcome addition.
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Denis Horvat debuts on Afterlife with a brooding, intricate techno offering called ‘Bruto.’
Volume 6 of DA’s ‘Hypnotic Grooves’ brings plenty of intricate progressive accompanied by a healthy dose of proper tech trance and uplifting.
‘Hypnotic Grooves vol. 5′ lays on heavy layers of progressive & tech trance, with hints of uplifting and psy to complement it.
This edition of Hypnotic Grooves brings music from Dave Seaman, Eli & Fur, Coyu, Solarstone, Factor B, and more.
Undercatt return to Diynamic with ‘Futura,’ whose eponymous opener is an entrancing cut that drives the dance-floor.
Khen provides a hauntingly beautiful listening experience across three distinctive tracks as part of ‘Baby Steps,’ his debut EP on Bedrock.
Guy J takes us on an emotional journey through his contribution to the Sudbeat ‘Balance’ compilation, ‘Brothers Vibe.’
Guy Mantzur serves up a deep progressive roller ‘Lullaby,’ which closes his newest EP on an introspective note.
Eekkoo stuns on his first ‘Nightingale’ EP on Vivrant, closing it out with a tense, suspensful ‘Zwart.’
Hernan Cattaneo shares his breathtaking sunrise set from the 2016 edition of Burning Man.
Jeremy Olander returns to Suara a third time for ‘Talespin,’ whose two tracks are near opposites of each other.
Jeremy Olander’s ‘Panorama’ is a refreshing closer to his ‘Tailspin’ EP on Suara, his third appearance on the Spanish label.
Jeremy Olander crafts a brooding, lush soundscape around haunting vocals present in the B-side of the ‘Letters’ EP by Sailor & I and Eekkoo.
Lee Van Dowski lightens the atmosphere presented in AND.ID’s debut single on Bedrock, ‘Rooms.’
Khen unveiled his haunting progressive tech remix to Radiohead, allowing fans to download it for free on his SoundCloud.
Darlyn Vlys joins HearThuG for their second collaborative effort titled ‘Agore,’ whose original version is a brooding industrial offering.
My Favorite Robot create ‘Wallow In The Spark,’ an enticing body of work which marks the trio’s second appearance on Last Night On Earth.
Freddy Be is welcomed onto Perspectives Digital with his hyptotic prog tech clip “Holding Back,” originally debuted on an episode of ‘Transmissions.’
Deadmau5 and Attlas came together for their brilliant, dark progressive production ‘Bad at Titles.’
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