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ReOrder – “Citybeats”
1. Original Mix
2. Ferry Tayle Remix
3. Radio Edit
4. Ferry Tayle Radio Edit
Cat No: MONSTER043
Release Date: 27/12/2010
Record Label: Monster Tunes
Format: CD / Download
ReOrder is a new breed of trance producer that has come of age in the last year or two with successful releases on Bonzai Music and Baroque Records, gaining support from across the board with DJs such as Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk, Above & Beyond, Ferry Corsten amongst many others.
Hailing from the eastern european country of Slovakia, ReOrder is definitely one to watch out for in the future, with his crisp production skills really starting to shine through. His debutant release on Monster Tunes comes in the shape of “Citybeats” already featuring on John Askew’s “Skylab 01” mix compilation and is a culmination of a grooving bassline, exquisite soundscapes and shimmering synths that deliver a feeling of pure delightfulness. This is what trance music is all about.
Up on remix duty is probably one of the hottest talents in trance music right now, Ferry Tayle! Conjuring up a much more energetic remix that suffice to say will not let anyone down who likes it with a bit more pace. A fine alternative here by the Frenchman.
DJ Support: Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Dave Pearce, Judge Jules, Mark Eteson, Paul Oakenfold, 4 Strings, Aly & Fila, Ashley Wallbridge, Bobina, Charlie G (Mixmag), Daniel Kandi, Danny Powers, Ernesto & Bastian, Fred Baker, John Askew, John O'Callaghan, Jon O'Bir, Jorn van Deynhoven, Lisa Lashes, M.I.K.E. (Push), Mark Pledger, Markus Schulz, Neal Scarborough, Paul Webster, Phynn, Richard Durand, Sied van Riel, Simon Patterson, Tom Colontonio, tyDi, William Daniel (Tilllate Mag), ReOrder and many more!
A State Of Sundays 012 – Armin van Buuren
Trance Around The World 348 - Above & Beyond
Monster Tunes 011 – Mark Eteson
Ernesto vs Bastian – The Next Level 206 (10-12-2010)
Phynn – The Trance Selection 007 (21-12-2010)
Skylab 001 – John Askew
Tytanium – Sean Tyas