Blazing into 2013 as one of Dancing Astronaut‘s artists to watch, Henrix treats us to his latest remix for Tiesto’s “Love Comes Again.” Straying far from the big room model set by Hardwell’s 2011 rework, the Miami-based rookie stays away from his ground-and-pound progressive sound and provides melodic structure. Putting a twist on Tiesto’s beloved 2004 anthem, Henrix expresses his versatility and continues to establish himself among the rising producers of our day. Oh, and we’re still waiting for Size Records to release “Hit It.”
Hardwell injects a heavy dose of trouse into Tiesto and BT’s “Love Comes Again.” The original mix appeared on Tiesto’s album Just Be, which featured another big time hit – “Traffic” (oddly enough, a remix from Tristan Garner came out today). We can all acknowledge that releases from 2004 are vastly different from 2011, for one, the rolling bassline is slower and more distortion oriented on Hardwell’s rework. The use of synthesizers have evolved overtime and the incorporation of them onto the new age version is evident from the get go. We are fully aware that “Love Comes Again” is an all time classic, but Hardwell kicks some ass with this rework – right?
Via: Facebook (Hardwell)