Spada : Cafe Del Mar

It is our pleasure to welcome the Padua raised, Prague based producer Spada, who has given his interpretation of this classic track with a modern twist. Ermanno Andrea Spadati AKA Spada has been releasing music with a crossover of various styles and feelings since 2013, since then gaining notable support from the likes of Tiesto, Above & Beyond, Tritonal, Don Diablo, Watermat, Steve Aoki and many more of the industry's leading figures. The atmospheric releases from Spada can be found on renowned labels such as Anjunabeats, Armada and AFTR:HRS. The Italian artists delivers a powerful interpretation of Cafe Del Mar that exhibits crystal clear synths that spread a wide atmosphere across the track. The polished Bass line is underpinned with crisp and punchy drums making this an effective choice for the dance floor. The iconic melody resonates and echos around the space created in this tidy production from Spada, that Solar Storm is very proud to present.


Altered Waves : Ephemeral

Back once again, causing a stir on Solar Storm, we showcase another superb single from the Canadian duo Altered Waves. Based in Montreal, Anthony Santopolo and Davide Campellone released their debut EP on Solar Storm in 2019, entitled V3 & Collide. Since then, the duo continue to push their sounds further with this energising and atmospheric single titled 'Ephemeral'. Altered Waves are know for their crystal clear productions and this is a prime example. Ephemeral contains many components that are well balanced with each other, from the crisp fluctuating synth lines that are underpinned with powerful side chain bass, to the punchy drums, all tightly controlled with distortion. At the 2 minute mark you will find an impressive breakdown, in which a highly catchy, emotive melody, layered with piano emerges. This transforms the track into new territory and drops with full energy for high dance floor impact.


Tilt : Invisible (Jaytech Remix)

Take a spin back to 1999 with progressive trance masters Tilt. Mick Park, Mick Wilson,John Graham and Paul Van Dyk got together in the night before Creamfields to produce the wonderful Rendezvous. A year later singer Grace (fresh from chart hit "It's not over yet") added her sultry vocal to supercharge the track to become "Invisible". Skimming the UK Top 40 the track became an instant club smash with Paul Oakenfold and just about every other DJ offering support. 22 years later and quite unbelievably the first ever new remix of the track is finally here. On the remix duties is Australian Jaytech who stays faithful to the original by adding layers of muscular electronic charging beats and grooves. Look out for a follow on remix remix from Game Of Thrones Kristian Nairn coming up in a few weeks time.


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