Whilst still thriving thoroughly from the successful releases of Hi Scandinavia and Svenska on Zouk Recordings, Matisse & Sadko have undubitably made their mark on dance music aristocracy. Specialized in beats and progressions suitable for nothing but the main room, the originality of these two Russian brothers, Alexander and Yury Parkhomenko, has helped them successfully spear the most impenetrable of barriers along with the ascent of their highly-supported repertoire. Now returning to the prestigious Armada Music of Armin van Buuren to preview their third and most likely not final release on the well-known label group, the Russian duo unveil a third single to join the Axtone-signed Trio with Arty and The Legend, with Swanky Tunes, on the list of sought-after, unreleased Matisse & Sadko outputs.

Like a set weapon of dancefloor filling capacity, the dark hybrid that is Amulet recently emerged after a premiere on Armin van Buuren’s A State Of Trance radio show. Similar to the grooming of the aforementioned triumphs, Amulet is a genuine brew of a mysterious chant that you would expect from Scandinavia’s Lapps, extended, symphonic notes and dominant rolling sounds, tipped by a perfectly pitched trance synth loop, the newest single from Matisse & Sadko appears as a pacemaker any drove of fist-pumping club music heads would joyfully bear.

‘Amulet’ is set for release on December 19th.


4 Comments to “Preview: Matisse & Sadko – Amulet [Armada]”

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