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Which track did you find your groove in?

  1. Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (Original Mix) (0 votes [0.00%])

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  3. Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (Josdar Remix) (1 votes [100.00%])

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Posted 19 July 2013 - 03:37 AM

CatNo: TSR015
Artist: Stuart Millar
Title: Vanishing Point
Label: Touchstone Recordings
Release Date: 2013-07-15

Track List:
01) Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (Original Mix) Listen on Youtube
02) Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (Club Mix) Listen on Youtube
03) Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (Josdar Remix)Listen on Youtube
04) Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (DJ Shy presents Horizons Mix) Listen on Youtube

About:
Belfast’s Stuart Millar is resident on RTE Pulse radio and has previous releases on High Contrast, Solaris and Crashing Waves amongst others.

His debut ‘Vanishing Point’ on Touchstone is a melodic trance affair. Melodically the track features a huge big-room smashing synth riff and sparkling sequenced arpeggio riff.

The Original Mix is at a progressive 126bpm tempo whereas the Club Mix pushes things up to a rousing 136bpm.

First up on remix duties is fellow Northern Ireland resident Josdar with something a little bit different which remind the listener of late 90’s trance which fused breaks and 4/4 rhythms. The melodic content of the original is serviced well and floors will be moved by plenty of drops and builds along the way.

Wrapping up the package is DJ Shy under his ‘Horizons’ guise with something for the more progressive trance floors. Kicking off with a cheeky ‘French Kiss’ style sequencer groove, Shy builds the tension slowly creating something of an intense prog monster.

Credits:
Stuart Millar "Vanishing Point"
Written and composed by Stuart Millar
Arranged and produced by Stuart Millar
Published by Big Fish Little Fish Music Publishing LLP
Art by Ross Dudle
Mastered by deepwidemastering

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Posted 22 July 2013 - 05:12 AM

I like these mixes.

03) Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (Josdar Remix)
04) Stuart Millar - Vanishing Point (DJ Shy presents Horizons Mix)





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