Following the fluctuating Angry Heart trademark and his remix of Gala’s classic Freed From Desire, the Swiss Maurizio Colella, better known as his DJ and production alias EDX, picks up just where he left off in January with the release of Embrace on Toolroom to dig back into his harmonic mood that for numerous year’s have forged his welfare. Teaming up with Sydney-stationed Sarah McLeod, well-reputed within the borders of Australia, EDX returns back to the outset to produce a stirring enacting of euphoric, prog house, in which he stands out as a highly rated icon. The new single is called Falling Out Of Love and is out now on PinkStar Records!
A remix from Tommy Trash is also included. The icon, whose rigorous electro sound has exploded onto the scene lately and has redirected the spotlight towards the soaring reputation of the electro-house scene thanks to the comprehensive support this Australia-bred producer has been given. Breaking through to the massive crowd of electronic dance music heads and top-tier DJ’s like Tiësto and Swedish House Mafia with the release of The End earlier this year, Tommy Trash is one of the few to have managed to firmly immerse his iconic electro sounds and arrangements into the very marrow of clubland. Also responsible for the stainless remixes on Carry Me Home, Edge Of The Earth and Jona Vark, the London resident has got some serious releases coming up, including the mighty Future Folk follow-up to The End, Blair Bitch Project on Dim Mak and the remix on One Last Ride. That being said, Trash showcases another throbbing gem as he takes on the harmonic sounds of the newest single from EDX. Arranging a build-up like no other, the gorgeous vocals from Sarah McLeod comes in handy as it steadily approaches the dope drop of his successful signature sound.
Finalizing the package of three is a remix from Ultra artist Justin Michael teaming up with his fellow partner in crime, Kemal. The pair that is behind the essential remix on Kaskade’s All That I Give and the brilliant take on Ned Shepard’s Chromatic is back to shed light on the dynamics on their instrumentals for the Australia-bred vocalist’s unremitting vocals on this one.