With major support from trance heavyweights Above & Beyond, Mike Danis is starting to take the trance world by storm.  The 22-year old Hungarian producer has now been featured on Trance Around The World twice now in as many weeks, and was also supported by the legendary Paul Van Dyk.  This newest release is a double header, with Terminal and Hurricane.


Although he doesn’t list Armin as one of his influneces on his Facebook, he clearly has taken something from his book because there is something that is classically an Armada sound to Terminal.  With build after build after build, this track sets itself for epic blasts that are sure to send dancefloors into literal trances.

[audio:http://files.electrojams.com/Trance/46450%20Terminal%20%28Original%20Mix%29.mp3]

Hurricane is a piano-driven melodic track that evokes images of a dreamworld dance club fit for gods.  Forward moving, with a bit of a progressive feel, the track has subtle house elements and a pleasant breakdown that gives way to the melodic anticipation that comes about with the classic uplifiting trance synth-driven melody.  With that said, there is something in this track that for all it’s lushness, remains simplistically minimal.  Not designed to necessarily grab your attention, this track would still fit in within your longer sets.

[audio:http://files.electrojams.com/Trance/02%20Hurricane%20%28Original%20Mix%29.mp3]

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