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TranceFix Review: Arkham Knights Vs. Fred Baker-Total Vibration [Coldharbour Recordings]

The brothers from Leeds (UK) are back in full swing. Passionate about dance music is an understatement as the truly live for the music that inspires them and are constantly conjuring up new ways to enslave our minds via their incredible tuneage. Their trademark sound has been a key factor in gaining numerous fans around the world and after numerous performances at events globally, they will soon add another highlight to their blossoming career. Next month they will be performing at this year’s prestigious celebration of Armin Van Buuren‘s “A State of Trance 850“, an utterly defying moment to be sure! Aside from their original work, they do love working on remixes as well as it is always a pleasurable challenge for them.

One of their favorites and somewhat of an inspiration towards their sound has always been a track called “Total Blackout” by “Fred Baker“. When the chance arrived to get their hands on it they immediately grasped the opportunity. The new version they have put together has been dubbed “Total Vibration” and is out on “Coldharbour Recordings“.

Perfectly crafted from start to finish as it attains all of the original’s qualities reinforced with the “Turner’s” unique approach and musical ideology. Dark, techy, massive, twisted and full of tension are all words that can describe this monster of a track that lays before you. Techno vs. Trance: the best of two worlds fused together as one. One listen is enough to get you hooked, as you feel your mind and soul escaping your body and traveling to worlds unknown where darkness and frenzy govern the populous.

This has already been doing major damage in clubs around the world and is sure to keep up the pace for quite a while longer.

Released: 11/12/2017

Label: Coldharbour Recordings

https://www.beatport.com/release/total-vibration/2168766

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