Breach vs Friend Within – The Renegade Jack (Seamus Haji)
Luka Sambe – Bloodthirsty (Club)
Alex Kenji – 600 Ohm
Blaster Jaxx – Koala (Scotty Lee)
DANK – Wonder Child (Dank Festival)
CJ Coopa ft JoLene – He Took My Heart
Vice & Kemal Golden – ReVengeance
ZERO – Absolution
Bauer and Lanford – Leave Me Behind (Original)
Zedd ft Hayley Williams – Stay the Night (The Moogs)
Project 46 ft Seri – Motionless (Original)
Adrian Lux & Marcus Schossow ft JJ – Wild Child
Kaskade – Atmosphere (Modern Machines)
Dutch trancers Carlos Ressort and Jan De Vos, better known as 4 Strings, have been creating quality vocal trance for more than 10 years – hits like “Into The Night,” “Turn It Around,” “Catch a Fall,” and “Curious.”? Just as “Curious” featured the strong vocal presence of Tina Cousins, the duo here enlists singer Seri, recently heard on Markus Schulz’ “Love Rain Down,” for the new single “Ready to Fall.”? Seri’s voice ranges from sultry and breathy to pretty and angelic, almost reaching operatic highs.? On its own, the track is memorable trance- energetic and pumping with gorgeous melodic breakdowns.? Combined with Seri’s vocals, “Ready to Fall” is another strong trance pop creation from 4 Strings that will be loved by trance DJs, and very likely by dance radio as well.
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Listening to new Markus Schulz’ new album, it’s quite hard to choose a favorite track. There are so many strong vocal trance songs out there that it’s almost a dice roll. One of my favorites is “Love Rain Down,” which features vocalist Seri. The masterful balance between energy and subtlety – big room trance hooks softened by sections of calm – make the track itself strong enough for any club set. Seri’s plaintive yet pretty vocals are expressive and simply float in the air elevating the track to a higher level. Lovers of europop will dig this track as much as the tranceheads. The video feels more like a film short – something you would see in the theater, a sign that EDM artists are really elevating their visuals in a major way. If you haven’t checked out Scream yet, “Love Rain Down” give you another good reason to.