After showing his skills off on his first original song, “Voices,” New York DJ dBerrie is back with another new original. “Aquarius” is a simple, yet elegant progressive house track that uses a euphoric melody to carry the tune. The rise and falls in this track create an emotional landscape that will bring people to their feet with their hands in the air. After previewing two different ID tracks in his last mix for Dancing Astronaut’s Axis, it is clear that David Berrie has a lot more in the works for next year. You can grap “Aquarius” on Beatport from Flamingo Records.
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