Although it may by now be near to impossible to outshine the tremendous Alesso remix, Pressure gets a solid remix treatment from one of the finest talent clubland currently has to offer – Tim Mason. Making his debut as a DJ and producer of Steve Angello’s Size Records with The Moment in April, the ascension of this young Brighton resident has made some serious impact on progressive-house music lately. Bringing out an extensive bundle of hit remixes on I Can’t Help Myself, Solid Ground, Where Them Girls At, After and Open Your Eyes as well as having one on Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Otherside still in the wait for official release through Warner Music’s dance department, One More Tune, this year, the looming advancement of Mason continues as he makes a go at one of 2011’s most renowned tracks in the view of the aforementioned take from Alesso – Nadia Ali, Alex Kenji and Starkillers‘ Pressure.
Adding his sweepy and synth-tinged lead and a momentous array of baselines onto of the trenchant vocals from Libya’s well-reputed Nadia Ali, Mason is out with a new offering through Strictly Rhythm as his follow-up to ‘The Moment’, entitled Anima, is yet to come out on Size Records. His towering trademark crescendo and discreet yet crucial underlayers along with the voice of Ali, which gracefully glides upon the progression capable to cause any body shiver, come together in a way where every piece of the puzzle complements each other in unison.