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TranceFix Review: DIM3NSION-Catorce [Coldharbour Recordings]

One of Spain’s fastest emerging talents is undoubtedly Borja Iglesias Touceda, widely known under his illustrious artist name “DIM3NSION“. The “Vigo” native has worked wonders in the scene and continues to plant Spain’s flag deeper into trance’s global soil. “Origami” may have been his biggest claim to fame but since then many things have changed. Borja has released a great number of hit singles and remixes on some of the most esteemed labels out there and he has performed at some of the biggest events and festivals in the dance music cosmos. “Luminosity“, “Coldharbour Recordings Nights“, “This Is Trance“, “Captured Festival” are just some of the many he has graced with his appearance.

Producing has always been his biggest passion among all others and here he is back on “Coldharbour Recordings” with his new single “Catorce“. An ode to one of his favorite “Formula One” drivers “Fernando Alonso” and his typhoon of a formula with the number “Fourteen“.

Driving beats flow through the canals of our ears from the very first moment. Spasmodic, metallic pounding effects add to that while female ethereal vocals flutter in like translucent fairies throughout the mix. Fast, action paced synths lead the way onwards like we are on a supercharged race crossing through a beautiful, lush, evergreen countryside. Intricate melodies make their appearance full of grace, giving us a moment to stretch our legs before the race is on, powered by an equally moving and finely balanced buildup.

Borja has created a unique, spellbinding atmosphere that leaves little to the imagination as his beats speak louder than words. Another sure hit for the Spanish maestro!

Released: 20/9/2019

Label: Coldharbour Recordings


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