- Mario Ayuda & Chris Callado - Limitless (Arcalis Remix) [GDJB 18.10.2012 | GDJB Top 20 Nov/Dec '12 ] Artwork
Mario Ayuda & Chris Callado - Limitless (Arcalis Remix) [GDJB 18.10.2012 | GDJB Top 20 Nov/Dec '12 ]Arcalis on September 18, 2012 23:32
- Arcalis - Phobia (Original Mix) [INTERSTATE] [GDJB 19.04.2012 |10.05.2012 | GDJB Top 20 June 2012] Artwork Arcalis on April 02, 2012 17:31
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Infrasonic // Saturate Audio // Spellbinding //
2012 is rapidly becoming the break out year for the UK’s Simon Tarr, aka. Arcalis. February and March saw successive remixes included in Markus Schulz monthly Global DJ Broadcast Top 20: the first a blissfully melodic reworking of “Wim Wim” by Armada stalwart Naden, followed by the peak time wizardry of his remix for Timur Shafiev’s “Infarct”. With an ever growing standing in the trance and progressive world, an Arcalis production marries the classic dark trance sound with an atmospheric groove, reinvigorating a genre neglected in recent years.
“Phobia”, his debut original release on Interstate Recordings, highlights this perfectly. Its surging bass line, crisp percussion and soaring lead found support from the likes of Marcus Schulz, Ruben De Ronde, Ashley Wallbridge and Daniel Kandi. Further remixes of Aaron Camz’s “Wrong Place, Right Time” [Interstate] and “Necromacy” by Omahua on Mistique Dream Recordings have only cemented his place as one of Trance music’s rising stars.
With performance credits around the UK at a number of top venues including Gatecrasher, alongside his week residency in Nottingham, Simon isn’t shy of stepping out of the studio and into the booth. Off the back of a number of UK based private ‘cave rave functions’ Simon found himself performing at Es Paradis in Ibiza as part of the successful ‘Lost’ nights.
With fresh EPs in the pipeline, and now on major labels radars, expect to be hearing more intense basslines and melodies from Arcalis in the next few months, as he continues to draw upon tech, house and trance influences.