Aerium pres. Avalon 62/ LJR - Eneabba / The last Satellite

Artist(s)
Aerium pres. Avalon 62
Release title
Eneabba
Label name
Borderline
Release date
Dec 31, 2023
Release type
Single

HerriE

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Julian Del Agranda

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But how? I thought he got info from bandcamp but this isn’t on there. HOW?! I do assume that it will be the next Borderline release then, after the Atlantis one.

so likely December 8th.
 

HerriE

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But how? I thought he got info from bandcamp but this isn’t on there. HOW?!
It is from Black Hole's pre-order page. ;)
I do assume that it will be the next Borderline release then, after the Atlantis one.
Nope, next one should be this.
And I think @jetflag 's works might be released on December 22th.
 
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Jetflag

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It is from Black Hole's pre-order page. ;)

Nope, next one should be this.
And I think @jetflag 's works might be released on December 22th.
i'll take that. its on my moms birthday. (y)
 
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What a lush breakdown in Eneabba! Both tracks are lovely and the production quality is at a high standard like always.

Where does that vocal sample from Eneabba come from?
 
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Propeller

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Man... I didn't realise that Aerium and LJR were one and the same i.e. Jetflag. I assumed two different artists were lumped under the same release by the label, just because. But this is an absolutely stunning release. It's next level trance and elevates Jetflag to the top echelon of producers imo. Both tracks are nice and differ greatly from each other. Nice to see this kind of variety in a single release. Difficult to pick a favourite as enjoying both, but if I really had to I'd go for The Last Satellite. Just because I think that this kind of subtle trance is more difficult to get right... and boy do you get it right. Respect. And both tracks have a lot of originality too.