Wolfgang Gartner has just tipped off fans with a preview of his latest release “Anaconda” due out March 5th. It’s a bit of a switch up for Joey; leaning less heavily on driving electro sounds of other recent releases and more on progressive and even trance-like padded synth work for its builds and breaks. Not all Wolfgang is lost — you can still hear those familiar high-pitched tones that have a certain way of sending a crowd into a frenzy. As always, it’s refreshing to see big name producers continuing to mix it up.
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