April 22, 2013
After a lot of thumping releases over the last month or so, we're pleased to take off our robes and chill out with this melody driven trancer, packed with some gorgeous progressive remixes from Diverted fan favourite's, Araya and Farhad Mahdavi! Dennis Pedersen makes his solo debut on the label with the aptly titled Badittude - a pretty bad-ass name for a seriously infectious bad-ass trancer. Dennis' original is the more driving of the mixes on offer this time round - with label honcho's Vale & TrancEye already playlisting the original on radio shows and guest mixes - receiving a lot of positive feedback! A lot of energy during the breakdown (gotta love that piano) leading out of the break coinciding with that solid bass and percussion work. Top draw stuff from Dennis! However, as promised, we've gone down the more progressive and warm route for the remixes, which is why ladies & gentleman, we're called Diverted Music. As much as we love those associations with Team140, variety is the spice of life as they say, and with the Spring and Summer seasons just around the corner, we felt obliged to provide you all with some deep progressive beats with this package. It not only shows we can flex our muscles with the smoother beats, but we cater for all markets going. Farhad and Araya have really made quality remixes here, showing off their versatility to the maximum. From the bubbly use of Araya's trademark bass, to Farhad's uses of string plucks and sweeping pads - the Ibiza season will only seem just around the corner! So if you're team progressive, head for the remixes on show, or for team uplifting, check the original!