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TSR017 - Majera - Te Echo De Menos

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Posted 27 September 2013 - 01:40 AM

CatNo: TSR017
Artist: Majera
Title: Te Echos De Menos
Label: Touchstone Recordings
Release Date: 2013-09-23

Track List:
01) Majera - Te Echos De Menos (Original Mix) Listen on Youtube
02) Majera - Te Echos De Menos (Walsh & McAuley Mix) Listen on Youtube
03) Majera - Te Echos De Menos (Hazem Beltagui Remix) Listen on Youtube

Taken from his forthcoming album 'Tomorrow Never Was', this is Majera's 2nd release on Touchstone. Majera, aka Engin Ogutveren, has been bubbling away quietly in the trance world for around 8 years now, but this is his time to shine. 'Te Echo De Menos' is built around a glorious lead melody which is poignant yet uplifting - something to close the eyes and exhale a long breath to.

The Original Mix is initially pensive & somber, the mysterious keyboards weaving their way in and out of an understated backing. Majera smoothly adds more layers to the mix while never crowding it, & then at the drop the full majesty of the music is realized with a big-room pleasing lead synth. No massive drum rolls here, just clean & honest trance music to lift the soul.

First up on remix duties are Belfast's Walsh & McAuley, celebrating their new Pure sound with a fantastic remix that ups the pace with sharp stabbed synth layers & a fat rolling bassline. The beautiful strings at the breakdown herald the arrival of that lead riff which totally delivers on every level when the track drops.

Last but not least, Egypt's Hazem Beltagui shows just why he is becoming so much in demand as a remixer at the moment, with an unfussy peak time trance remix. Again staying faithful to the original elements, Hazem adds some muted piano notes to an extended breakdown, drawing things out just enough to build the tension... then it all goes off.


Written and composed by Engin Ogutveren
Arranged and produced by Engin Ogutveren
Published by Solarstone Music Limited
Taken from the album 'Tomorrow Never Was'
Art by Ross Dudle
Mastered by http://www.edmm.co.uk

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