With a full length album and countless remixes under his belt, Adrian Lux has done well to develop his own unique style of artful and silky smooth progressive house. On his latest remix, Lux lends his melody driven progressive house sound to Frida Sundemo’s “Indigo,” elegantly infusing the original with subtle touches of trance melodies and progressive punches. The soothing vocal cuts float effortlessly over Lux’s understated percussion and synth play adding another simple, yet powerful outing to this young producer’s back catalog.
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