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Perpetually Delayed Voyage

  • Artists Sonic Entity, Konektiv, Filteria
  • Release Date 2013-03-18
  • Labels Lost Language
  • Catalog LOST122
  • Description Next up on Lost Language is 'Perpetually Delayed Voyage', a melodic, psychedelic trance workout from legendary Greek producer Filteria.

    Filteria has been making quality trance for the best part of 10 years and in our opinion, 'Perpetually Delayed Voyage' is up there with his best. For those not familiar with his work, Filteria specialises in deep hypnotic goa infused psychedlia, with this track in particular showcasing a beautiful, descending riff, complete with the kind of melancholic bass line we at Lost Language go nuts for. It's deep, fresh and beautifully produced, while sounding pure and old school in the most authentic of ways.

    On remix duties is another one of our favourite producers, Sonic Entity. He's delivered a melodic, driving take on the original and his mix has already founds its way into John 00 Fleming and Solarstone's sets, two names currently flying the Trance flag at full mast, each in their own unique way. We'll be releasing an EP of Sonic Entity's very soon, so watch this space.

    Completing the package is a deep and hypnotic remix from Konektiv, who (fresh from remixing Tilt's latest single) takes the original down a very dark alley indeed. Hypnotic, druggy house music at it's best.

    So, new ground for Lost Language, perhaps even a line in the sand, but for all our playful chest beating about 'proper trance', the truth is that no one artist, dj or label holds the key. It's a matter of perspective, a point of view - and we genuinely look forward to sharing some of ours with you over the coming years.

    The LL crew.

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