DescriptionAddictive Glance's second appearance on the label brings again a two track EP full of his characteristic sounds. Moonstone is a perfect example of the track suitable both for home listening and dancefloors with it's catchy piano lead and punchy kickdrum which makes give the track a fine and interesting balance between progressive house and progressive trance. B-side track is absolutely different, much darker and heavier with a great agressive bassline which gives this track that lovely Darkpload flavour you can't go wrong with. Main theme perfectly fits to be played in the peak time of the DJ set as it's very much anthem-like piece of music, that lasts in one's mind for a long time. Tom Haley's remix boosts up the original idea behind Moonstone and turns in into a real dancefloor monster, taking the best elements from the modern progressive trance. Furthermore it's huge atmospheric breakdown really can take the crowd into the space a bit at the beginning to make them absolutely crazy with the massive drop. Jeremy Rowlett's take on 666 Hz is a softer interpretation than original with a cool uplifting feeling which is cleverly combined with the finest proggy vibes. All these things served in a very rythmic and dynamic form can really satisfy not only progressive trance fans but also those who prefer faster uptempo stuff.