Dutch trance stalwart Richard Durand teams up with American newcomer Huge Euge to bring us “Signs,” a big-room rumbler in the mould of W&W’s “Shotgun.” The track, which is out on Black Hole Recordings, was the winner in the U.S. edition of Durand’s “Richard Durand vs. The World” competition. It’s already cracked the Beatport Trance Top 100 and has received support from such luminaries as Paul Oakenfold, Jerome Isma-Ae, Giuseppe Ottaviani and Eddie Halliwell. “Signs” draws inspiration from the early 2000 synth sound popularized by Armin van Buuren, but it also features post-2010 electro influences and intricate high-end melodies. The break is pure, bone-rattling big-room trance.
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