Trance and progressive house producers Maor Levi and Ilan Bluestone have just released a free download of their take on Nero’s “Guilt.” The track is the third single from the dubstep production team’s 2011 seminal work Welcome Reality. This seems to be on-trend with some of Maor’s more recent fusions of trance and bass-heavier genres (hint: his podcast is called Moar Bass) but this is a little bit of a departure for Ilan, who has been highlighting his skill in progressive trance compositions like “Capetown” and “Namaste.” We caught a teaser of this track back in February, but the full free download is now available for you below.
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