They say trance makes her dance. Well, so does the new release from Hristian Hristove titled Shatter EP. The EP consists of two tracks: Shatter and The Prophecy. Both of these tracks, while progressive, offer a “big room” sound that we’ve become addicted to. They create the perfect environment for crazy dancing and absolute mayhem at the club.
Shatter has more massive trance track feel than its partner track. It is indicative of something we would hear from Orjin Nilson. The track is thunderous, awesome trance…just the way we like it. While the sound is definitely “more Armada than Anjuna,” the record label Ensis Blue is fairly new with a much smaller following. The label claims to be all about the “quality over quantity” when it comes to track selection, and it shows with Shatter as well as The Prophecy.
The second track gives us a more complex and dynamic (but still extremely “dancey”) melody to move to. The Prophecy has entrancing vocals paired with a fierce beat that forces our bodies to move. The vocals are eerie, but beautiful. The breakdown is also insanely gorgeous, only giving more truth to Ensis Blue’s statement.
We want to keep our producers team small, choosing quality over quantity.
It also illustrates to incredible talent of Mr. Hristian Hristov. Hristian, hailing from Bulgaria, is just recently being heard all over the world. He’s done some impressive work before, including this remix of Emma Hewitt’s Crucify.
His track Shatter already has almost 5,000 plays post release on Soundcloud. (Did we mention that it was released only 4 days ago?) There is no doubt that Mr. Hristov is an impressive producer with a lot to offer the world of trance. The entire Shatter EP is definitely worth listening to, and we won’t be surprised when we start hearing at the club.
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