UNLIMITED- MUSICAL FREEDOM
The mighty Tiesto's Musical Freedom comes on with full force as he drops its first 'self-titled' compilation in 11 years of releasing quality dancefloor music. 'Musical Freedom Unlimited' unites 20 superb dancefloor tracks from producers across the world, bringing the club into your home with its diverse and energetic flavours.
Sunstars has played around with a strange, esoteric structure. "Be alright " is a little gem an expedition to the boundaries of house genre, with a hypnotic old-school lead resonating in the distance. Classic, linear vibes mix in an unusual blend with futuristic sounds and samples.
Magnificence and his unique sound are always a pleasure to listen to. His creation with Ayor presents itself with a sparkling, bouncing entrée. The work on the percussions, the subtle underground aura in the break and the slow, aggressive, escalating preparation are some of the elements that really got me.
Cheyenne Giles wants to become the bad boy of this collection with an aggressive, shuffling bassline arrangement. Adding to that some catchy vocal snippets, the instrumental lashes with rhythmic groove. The breakdown switches to and alluring tone, while keeping a continuous tension towards the approaching drop segment.
I liked the ethereal mood of the breakdown and at a certain point, it worked pretty well with that vocal loop of BYOR 's track called Feeling Right .
Unlimited is a triumph,a good-time album with a carefree, groove feel and a raving of music, building up kicks and heavy bass.
You're going to have to carve out a dancefloor for yourself somewhere, because there's no way you'll be able to avoid the urge to move when you listen to it.
Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/album/5hW7squVBuSfvR1SizgejR
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