Far away from this World, deep in a trip like you're on your way to heaven at 1000 mph, is the feeling you'll get when distance comes out from your speakers. Stacker and Rodrigo Deem, two favorites for Argentinean trance, have brought us a tune with a pretty unique capability of melting your brain. The track starts with a beat and hi hats that lead the emotion together with a discrete bassline, distorted synths and non-stop percussions all over the breakdown, with a strong stutter effect keeps the party-people happy.
Detune had his chance to remix this track and got an incredible, speaker rupturing sound, filled with drum-toms samples like a thousand drummers in a stage full of fireworks, waiting for the moment the big bombs rise up and explode in an echoing terror. An oscillator creates an atmosphere where the bass line and kick drum gather in perfect harmony - a surrealistic movement where the beat itself leads the dance between synths and bass.
An audio filter gives a little taste of the rich tone that the Viceverse remix accomplishes, with a colorful blend of synthesizers, vintage trance flavor, and in seconds a kick drum punch like a supernova carrying the power of the bass line in the hand of Distance's unique melody.