He certainly has the touch it would seem, releasing another soulful, electro tinged salvo unto the masses. Unlike the more languid offering (albeit a choice cut) of ‘The Course’, this is altogether more to the point. More Detroit than LA, ‘Dream of Me’ has the usual shimmering hallmarks, but it’s the punchy beat work on this one and its rousing climax that makes its mark on current tastemakers' lists.
Crisp and clinical lines as you would expect from Tenniswood. Still the sharpest machine funk technician out there. Even a Joy Division nod on ‘Transponder’.
Forward-thinking music from Vision Fortune with tongue firmly in cheek. Sonically challenged awkwardness in the key of drone.
The word ‘anthem’ gets bounced about a lot these days, especially in hardstyle, but it's rare that a track comes along that is not an anthem for an event but is an instant anthem by the classic definition. This is one of those rare gems. The sentiment of the track is awesome, playing on people's nostalgia that things were better “back in the days” with a hands up, clap along break, then picking up the pace to remind people “back in the days” has gone, and it’s all about the here and now, before delivering a killer techy drop! A simple track that will have seas of ravers clapping along at festivals for years to come, no doubt.