Flux BPM review of Aurora

Flux BPM Online is a blog featuring reviews, interviews, and events. Dimitri Kechagias wrote his verdict of the latest Daniel’s single, Aurora.

At the nearby picturesque city of York is based on Activa’s label Borderline Music. The exceptional record label manages to stand out from the crowd and get high placements at the various download shops trance charts. The brand new release is an exceptional mixture of well-produced psytrance with heavy doses of acid and magnificent melodic themes running through it. The result is the track Aurora by Daniel Lesden & Mekka. High-class composition that can be played on melodic uplifting trance and psytrance sets alike. The psy kick and bassline are present along with various colourful euphoric sunny Ibiza styles synthy themes, airy pads and great atmosphere as well.

It’s one of those tracks that can capture your imagination and is brave attempt to cross the forbidden boundaries between the two trance camps and bridge their separate worlds.

The track has as a strong asset that it builds slowly and adds strong sound layers until to reach that climax that melodies and rough acid are working together to mesmerise the audience and win its attention. It’s one of those tracks that can capture your imagination and is brave attempt to cross the forbidden boundaries between the two trance camps and bridge their separate worlds. In my opinion, many influences in any track can benefit the final result and on this track, it’s easy to understand how much the variety of sounds and composition techniques have enhanced the mouthwatering final result that is Aurora. Pure gold, love It!

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Text — Dimitri Kechagias

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