He hit us with a one-two punch back in July; first dropping his acclaimed “You & Me,” then following up with a mix for Dancing Astronaut’s Axis. Eight months later, Special Features has returned with a preview of his next release, “Illusions.” Just telling by the track’s snippet, the producer hasn’t been lackadaisical throughout his hiatus, as he’s arranged a clean-cut progressive track with a new dimension. “Illusions” is slated to hit the release circuit on April 8th via Big Beat.
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