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Артист: Sequentia Pres. Daniel Garrick Название: Never Maybe Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2013 Label: Enhanced Recordings О музыке:
Daniel Garrick is back in full force with his next club banger named 'Never Maybe'. Following suit on his previous single release
'Five Years' Daniel packs this track full of dance floor energy, executing a grinding bass with intricate electro stabs, before breaking
down into a harmonic sanctuary of beautiful chords. After introducing gentle piano, the main synth of 'Never Maybe' spirals into a massive
climax worthy only of the big room. Another brilliant release from Daniel Garrick on Enhanced Recordings, with support from Above Beyond, Gareth
Emery and Tritonal!
1.Never Maybe (Original Mix)6:22
Sequentia (apas aici)
The story of Sequentia is one of friendship and a shared love for electronic dance music. Before Daniel (Aachen, Germany, 23 years old) and Mark
(Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 24 years old) met they both started producing trance music using FL Studio. After a few years the two solo projects,
respectfully Far Away and Spiral Motion, began to take off. The guys heard each others tunes in DJ sets and started to chat and exchange music files
in order to improve their skills. Accompanied by a blossoming friendship this soon led to their first collaboration entitled "Eclipse". Due to various
reasons this didn't get signed, but the second effort entitled "Innuendo" was snapped up by Ian Betts for a release on his Six:Thirty record
label in 2006. After this success the Sequentia project became the guys' number one priority, resulting in various singles played by all the top
jocks around the globe. Sequentia proved to be a much wanted remix act as well, with takes on singles by Lost Witness and Jan Johnston to name a few.
During 2007 and early 2008 Sequentia had quite successful moments with "Kaleidoscope", the release of "Eclipse" on Enhanced Recordings, "Higher State
/ Sun Worship" (an E.P. on Dark Noize Recordings), the Sequentia Remix of "Forgotten Freedom" by Moonforce Mark Versluis and let's not forget
their remix of Adam Nickey's "Never Gone" for their favourite label Anjunabeats. Still, chasing after world fame is not the guys' intention
at all. Sequentia is about making music that touches people, and as long as people keep playing their singles and remixes, it's all worth it.
Sequentia's latest efforts, "City Of Glass" and "Vertigo" on Conspiracy Recordings and "Infinite Horizon" on Afterglow Records, prove that their
passion for producing dreamy uplifting trance music transcends any current fashion.