Following up on highly regarded releases including “Public Enemy” and the Xtra Life competition winner, “MAD,” French producer Tony Romera is back with a preview of what he’s been working on. His latest effort, a remix of Goose Bumps’ “Save My Life,” departs from the hard-hitting electro drops we’ve seen in his previous productions. This time around, Romera switches to a progressive trance sound, incorporating a slow-building lead layered under Vivi’s uplifting vocals and a giant synth-laden drop. Check this one out and stay tuned for the August 10th release from RUN BNB Records.
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