Wolfgang Gartner recently collaborated with Tiesto on “We Own The Night” for his Club Life Miami compilation, and now he is back with a new track all his own. It looks like some of Tiesto’s influence may have rubbed off on Wolfgang, whose new track “Redline” is a departure from past productions. The new offering is uncharacteristically melodic for a Gartner track, with substantial synth sounds and relatively mellow electro elements. We like the melody and the build a lot, and it shows Wolfgang’s ability to experiment with different types of sounds. It feels like the kind of track that would benefit from an acapella immensely, so we’re excited to see what sorts of combinations DJs can come up with. It’s available now on Ultra Records.
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