Anyone who listens to Ferry Corsten’s radio show will instantly recognize “Kudawudashuda” from the New Year’s edition of Corsten’s Countdown. While Ferry has gotten heat more recently for straying away from his trance roots in sets and his radio show, “Kudawudashuda” is trance through and through. Boasting a rolling bassline and a continuous chord melody, “Kudawudashuda” evokes the sense of nostalgia its colloquial title implies. “Kudawudashuda” will be released February 11th on Flashover Recordings.
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