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In the same vein as ‘Andromeda’ and ‘Pegasus’, French melody maker Arias returns to his Olympia Records for his third instalment on the label with ‘Majoris’. Sporting his penchant for astrology-related titles and his inimitable knack for uplifting melodic play, ‘Majoris’ encapsulates the atypical Progressive House anthem with exemplary Arias mannerisms, featuring euphoric synth textures and the Parisian’s signature atmospheric energy.

Out on Beatport

Fresh off the release of ‘Andromeda’, Paris-based Arias returns to his own Olympia Records for round two with ‘Pegasus’.

With a blissful sound scope at hand, the French producer balances delicate melodic progressions with an ambient guise of stern chord play throughout this emotive club track. Without a single cheesy vocal sample in earshot, Arias sticks to his guns with yet another creative gem that highlights the essential talent that can still be found outside of the more typical regions of Progressive House.

Out now on Beatport.

Having initially caught the attention of the industry with ‘Magenta’ alongside Arno Cost back in 2006 and following up on last year’s ‘The Days To Come,’ Arias makes his overdue return to the original production front with the first release of his new Olympia Records label.

Teeming with intricate melodic stylings and that instantly recognizable vintage charm, ‘Andromeda’ sees the French beat smith continue down an avenue he has not only grown quite fond of, but also come to master over the past several years. While the fact that Andromeda is the name of the spiral galaxy closest to our Milky Way galaxy may hint at his outside-of-the-box approach to the genre or not we don’t know, but this meticulous display of Arias’ sound suggests that despite it’s meaning, there is an air of maturity in his work that is significantly lacking elsewhere in the industry.

Out today on Beatport.

Having initially caught the attention of the industry with ‘Magenta’ alongside Arno Cost back in 2006 and following up on last year’s ‘The Days To Come,’ Arias makes his overdue return to the original production front with the first release of his new Olympia Records label.

Teeming with intricate melodic stylings and that instantly recognizable vintage charm, ‘Andromeda’ sees the French beat smith continue down an avenue he has not only grown quite fond of, but also come to master over the past several years. While the fact that Andromeda is the name of the spiral galaxy closest to our Milky Way galaxy may hint at his outside-of-the-box approach to the genre or not we don’t know, but this meticulous display of Arias’ sound suggests that despite it’s meaning, there is an air of maturity in his work that is significantly lacking elsewhere in the industry.

Out soon on Arias’ own Olympia Records.

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