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Posted 27 April 2014 - 09:49 PM

CatNo: TSR021
Artist: James Allan
Title: Rise Of The Suns
Label: Touchstone Recordings
Release Date: 2014-03-17

Track List:
01) James Allan - Rise Of The Suns (Original Mix) Listen on Youtube
02) James Allan - Rise Of The Suns (Paul Webster Remix) Listen on Youtube
02) James Allan - Rise Of The Suns (Manuel Juvera Nobilis Mix) Listen on Youtube

About:
Ex-Public Domain producer James Allan has produced a beautiful and melodic smooth piece of trance music.

The Original Mix, with it’s echoes of Solarstone’s 2002 classic ‘Release’, ‘Rise of the Suns’ moves gracefully at a sedate BPM as James builds a warm atmosphere before slowly unveiling the melodic hook at the breakdown (where we’re treated to some classy breaks). The full beauty is then released and built upon retaining a welcome crisp clarity.

Providing the main remix is Dublin’s Paul Webster, a stalwart of the harder trance scene. An offbeat sub and driving filtered stabs build the groove, and the hook is unleashed within a string-enveloped breakdown. Post-break Paul keeps things simple-but-effective for maximum club impact, and adds an extended outro for DJ appeal.

Added here is a rare remix from El Salvador’s Manuel Juvera, a warm deep progressive house mood is created by live bass guitar and a crunchy percussive groove. Piano, pads and guitar combine at the breakdown with some slick rolling breakbeats before the bassline drops and the track flows on.

Three different mixes and one classy package.

Credits:
Written and composed by James Edward Allan
Arranged and produced by James Edward Allan
Track 02 Remix and additional production by John Paul Webster
Track 03 Remix and additional production by Manuel Lopez
Mastered by Javier at Deep Wide Mastering
Artwork by Ross Dudle
Published by 23rd Precint Music
Published by Notting Hill Music
Published by Solarstone Music Limited
Distributed By Black Hole Recordings
& © 2014 Touchstone Recordings

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