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Paw Luk & Abrupt Gear

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Reviewed by Pete M / Submitted 10-01-17 15:29

Label: Exia Recordings
Format: Digital
Genre: Trance


Happy new year to you all! Exia begin their year with this one from Paw Luk and Abrupt Gear. This contains a remix from Elite Electronic. Banging proggy bizniz is the order of the day!

The Original Mix starts us off and is a proggy affair; with a nifty build and a somewhat benign, tuneful, approach. Its a good start-up track for a DJ set, I feel, and does have a lot of neat instrumentation in it. Quite hypnotic actually. I like this one.

Elite Electronic fires off a more banging, clubbier, vibe for the remix. If pounding trance is your thing, you may dig this. The one-time cohort of Abstract Vision has removed the shackles of the original and dropped a peak-time banger for your hard-earned dollars. Like all other EE tracks and remixes before it, this is fairly high standard stuff. Big grin


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