Your expectations should have risen immediately after seeing the producers that are involved with the making of this track. Adrian Lux and Lune (Think: Tiesto’s remix of “Girls With Bangs“) bring out the sensitive side of house music, however, Mikael Weermets complements the sensitivity with sheer progressive power. Initially, when listening to this teaser you will notice that “Fire” is more trance influenced than most of the stuff that Adrian Lux and Mikael Weermets get their hands into. The structure of the tune starts to make sense at 1:30 when Mikael turns up the noise about 12 decibels higher than the rest of the track. This is set to release on Ultra Records sometime in February. Stay tuned for the entire release!
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