With countless installments on the record label of Mark Knight under their belt, Toolroom artists Pete Griffiths and Paul Thomas combine forces for Pandora. Consisting of a spiffy merge in between a softer take on their else genuine tech sounds, powerful synths and a harmonically gorgeous progression and consistency, Pandora is arguably one of the stronger contenders of the progressive outlet of Toolroom Records this year. As far as Toolroom’s progressive synth-driven outputs in 2011 go, the Fedde Le Grand remix on Paradise, Matt Samuels’ Love BeginsDrift and Beautiful World being the hottest thus far, Pandora is one worthy a firm plant on top shelf. With its soothing yet hip-shaking appeal supported by an enchanting and transcendent melody sure to cause body shivers, Pandora works as well in a club or festival as it does on a luxuriating Summer day on the beach. It’s set for release on December 5th.


3 Comments to “Preview: Pete Griffiths & Paul Thomas – Pandora [Toolroom]”

  • Feel good vibes rakt igenom så jävla skön!

  • Housen 2011 blir alltmer ostig trance. Allt börjar låta likadant.
    Madeon, där har vi ljuset i mörkret. Tillbaka till den franska housens rötter.

  • Grymt!

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