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The return of Andre Visior & Kay Stone on Breathe as they deliver the follow up to the sensational 'Something For Your mind' with 'Sunrise'. Does the follow up live up to the reputation the previous has installed, letís find out...

First they brought you something for your mind, now they are unleashing the sequel. A gorgeous sunrise full of rich flavour and backed up by some very powerful remixes from Ronski Speed, Sequentia, Jens Lonnberg and Dark Moon. The irony about their 'Something For Your Mind' release was it was dominated by the supreme remix Giuseppe Ottaviani did and the original incarnation shuffled back into the darkness. 'Sunrise' is a total reverse with the Original mix being the driving force behind the whole release. These two are very good producers in their own right but when they put their heads together they come up with a little extra magic. This has already been Armin van Buuren's 'Tune of the Week' on his 'A State of Trance' radio show and it went down well with his morning cup of tea thats for sure "Just woke up and checking tunes for this week's... Just heard a massive new tune! Is it possible to have goosebumps at 10am? YES!".

:: Original Mix
:: Ronski Speed Remix
:: Sequentia Remix
:: Jens Lonnberg Remix
:: Dark Moon Remix

The Original Mix is evidence of the kind of magic they create when knocking around in the studio as its a delightful piece of orchestral uplifting trance. Right from the word go, itís got an uplifting feeling driven all over it and as the intro builds up using soft percussion and a deep driving bass riff that ripples through the low end frequencies. Itís the sweet harmonics on the intro that make this track so appealing with an echo of female vocal blended in with the sweeping uplifting sounds. The orchestral element comes with a truly spectacular breakdown and emotionally driving melody. Itís such a powerful arrangement, especially after the break when the melody is in full flow and gorgeous strings flutter along with it. Each piece fits together in here and you get two bits at the powerful melody that drives the track after the break.

The remixes then should not have any problems looking for a hook line with such a superb original mix. The Ronski Speed mix will be one that should get a lot of plays with a twist on the sound from the original, just making it feel a little lighter and sharper adding a higher tone of piano key with the melody. Sequentia letís rip with a ting of electro pushing in a huge bass line on the lead but still keeps things uplifting and light using soft keys and dreamy pads. The melody has a slightly different edge to it, mainly driven by the underlining bass line. Jens Lonnberg gets all moody with his progressive remix, dropping in touching bars and leading on the break with the vocal before moving into a deep sweep of atmospheric sound. It's a mix for the laid back amongst us, and one which works given the feeling it radiates off. Dark Moon delivers a very inviting mix with his delivery. The beat is nice and crisp and it feels like itís got a bit more punch to the percussion. His use of the vocal leads off the break to before dropping into a nicely worked up build. The melody is fed in underneath a prominent main key which has a sweet effect twisted into it.

This is an immensely strong release with the Original Mix being quite simply outstanding. Ronski's work is not too bad either and on a whole the rest of the remixes are certainly no lemons. Powerful, emotional and deeply uplifting are just a few words to describe this fresh slice of Trance from Andre Visior & Kay Stone and its one we recommend you drop an ear to when itís released next Wednesday.

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