It’s been a while since we’ve heard a production bit from the studio of Tim Mason, but the Brighton-born DJ/producer has (with help from Pete Tong) finally broken his silence. After making way for younger talent such as Qulinez, Mason returns to his respective Size Records for his next release, “Swoon.” Featuring catchy melody, kick drum flare, and a big room aura, his latest offering is due to match the caliber of his timeless hits “Anima” and “The Moment.” The wait will soon be over and “Swoon” will hit the release circuit on February 11th.
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