As the blue eyed boy of Size Records ongoing domination of Electronic Dance Music, Tim Mason is proving himself quite the catch for a certain Mafiosi member. In three sturdy instalments of well-tailored Progressive House mastery, the Brighton based newcomer has sealed his name as one of most fast-rising European House entities to grace the globe. Having caught the world’s attention with last years WMC favourite ‘The Moment’, his second coming to Angello’s renowned imprint ‘Anima’ struck the same club worthy charm and excelled his already glowing global presence.
Who better then to tamper with this powerful return to Size than the leading master of those hands-in-the-air moments. In a meatier take on Anima’s distinctly euphoric composite, Mason’s extended key play and sturdier breakdown drives a whole new level of energy into the already accountably igneous offering. In the same vein as Steve’s infamous take on ‘The Moment’, keeping the creative fidelities closer to home proves the pragmatic option for this second helping of diverse European Progressive House from a man who is only getting sharper under the pressures of universal appraisal.
Words by Dan Carter