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  • Meyer teams up with Ian Biggs for ‘California’


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    Meyer, the boss of the ETERNAL Records label, is back with another huge, melodic release. His new single “California” features the voice of Connecticut-based recording artist Ian Biggs. It also comes with a great remix from Das Pharaoh, who is the boss of UV Music and one-half of the famous Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila.

    California” is another amazing example of Meyer‘s natural ability to make music. It blurs the lines between Melodic House & Techno and Progressive House. The vocal topline by Ian Biggs gives the track its resonant tone. It’s mix of vivid harmonies, ethereal soundscapes, darkened nuances, and emotional frequencies. All these elements make the tune yet another statement piece to add to Meyer’s growing collection of notably high-quality dance cuts.

    California‘ takes on a whole new personality when Das Pharaoh adds his chugging Indie Dance style to it. It’s the second of two very charming tracks that make up one of ETERNAL’s most exciting releases so far. It leans into long, wide sound envelopes, punchy grooves, and a jam-packed mix of sonorous elements.

    The post Meyer teams up with Ian Biggs for ‘California’ appeared first on The Groove Cartel.


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