So it seems that “Hit It“ won’t be the next release from Size Records. Instead, Tim Mason has a glorious reunion with his respective imprint, returning from hiatus that had progressive house world building with anticipation Following in the footsteps of earlier anthems such as “Anima” and “The Moment,” Mason reverts to his melodic synth layers, deep bass kicks, and escalating chords. With “Swoon,” he has completed his trifecta of big room, festival-dominating records in the vein of Steve Angello.
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