Paul van Dyk‘s Vandit Records is among the more respected trance imprints for releases such as its next one. Titled “F3F,” the tastefully composed track is a collaboration between Alex M.O.R.P.H., Scott Bond and Charlie Walker.
Characterized by euphoric synth stacks and unrelenting kick drums, “F3F” might as well be the blueprint for uplifting trance instant classics. The most compelling section arrives after the break, however. Even sans vocal, the melodic progression that follows results in a nuanced and memorable concept.
Tenure in Trance
Both Paul van Dyk and Alex M.O.R.P.H. hail from Germany, and each played no small role in the formulation of early trance. While Scott Bond is no newcomer himself, his fellow Englishman Charlie Walker launched his current artist project as recently as 2015.
Alex M.O.R.P.H. boasts numerous releases on Vandit, the most recent of which being last month’s “It Is Full Of Stars.” While the single wasn’t mediocre by any means, it didn’t make as profound an emotive statement as his new collaboration.
Alex M.O.R.P.H., Scott Bond and Charlie Walker’s “F3F” arrives by way of Vandit Records tomorrow, August 11th.
Source: Trance Project