Trance and House, or trouse as Tiësto himself has reffered to it as, continue to cross paths as the Dutch forefronter antes up for his first solo single appearance on Musical Freedom. Launched in late 2010 with the release of C’Mon alongside Diplo, the record label of Tiësto has had a trenchant impact on the industry with a quite impeccable discography that embraces tracks such as Zer0 76, Mush Mush and the forthcoming Future Folk among many other highly-supported floor fillers. The superstar of a label owner himself steers the advancing convoy of his Musical Freedom label towards a release of his own as he follows up February’s notable anthem. Responsible for being behind the essential Miami contender with Mark Knight named Beautiful World, the acclaimed Club Life – Volume One compilation and the recent remix on Hard-Fi’s Fire In The House this year, Tiësto is also taking part of the upcoming People Of The Night album on Size from AN21 and Max Vangeli.

Discerning itself with the distinguished dynamics of elements from the hardhitting beats of electro and trance’s recognizable big room synths, Maximal Crazy is already flamed with the widespread amount of support it has been given lately. The track is out now as a Beatport exclusive!

Tiësto – Maximal Crazy [Musical Freedom Records] – Beatport Link


4 Comments to “Release: Tiësto – Maximal Crazy [Musical Freedom]”

  • Har aldrig varit ett stort fan av Tiësto (hörde någon speedad trance-låt av han för cirka 4 år sedan och sedan dess har jag aldrig lyssnat på han av egen vilja) men nu på senaste tiden har det inte gått att undvika att lyssna på ‘Work Hard, Play Hard” och nu denna och det känns (enligt mig) som han har bytt sound helt från det han hade för typ 5 år sedan?

  • Tiesto switched from playing Trance to House about 2 years ago. It seems he switched from House to Electro Bliep sounds now. Poor producing imo

  • I dont see what’s so amazing with this track.. another garbage production, again and again…

  • Not good..

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