The full version and the club mix of Sultan & Ned Shepard & Nervo‘s killer track, Army, which features R&B vocalist Omarion leaked today. It’s a killer song with many wicked dimensions. Omarion on the vocals sounds awesome and the unique synths and chord progressions provide the ultimate harmony. Must download. Out official February 5th.
As usual I am such a sucker for female vocals. Mutrix continues to impress with another song on repeat. This one is actually a little less heavy than his other songs (although I would argue none of them are really that heavy). Mutrix expanded by about 4.5k likes in January, if you have’t hopped on the train yet, you aren’t going to be able to say you knew Mutrix before he was big for much longer! Why you ask? Because last night, he announced that he is now signed to THE Circle Talent Agency (Excision, Flux Pavillion, Datsik…). He will also be playing shows in NYC, LA, ATL and more soon. And in a few days, he will be joining Cash Cash and The Jane Doze in a FITA sponsored Mixify.com event – look out for more information on that later today!
Well, I tried saving this absolute bomb of of a track for a bit but luckily for everyone I just couldn’t resist sharing. W&W (Willem van Hanegem & Ward van der Harst, not the soccer players) just bring nothing but hard hitting f*cking bangers, there is not one song that doesn’t blow the roof. A year ago representing ASOT (A State of Trance) with their very own song, Invasion – (ASOT 550 Theme), and recently released Lift Off, Trigger, Moscow, and my personal favorite Nowhere To Go (Dub-Trance).
As for Ummet Ozcan, best commonly known for his weirdly synthed song ‘The Box‘, which was basically the ‘Epic‘ of Trance DJ sets. Now that you see where both artists are coming from in terms of their production there is no doubt that both working together could create something spectacular. Anyways, ‘The Code‘ is set to release February 4th via Revealed Recordings (but we have it anyways, you’re welcome). Also, take this ill Trap edit by Bring The Noise to spice up your DJ sets, pregame (whichever).