REVIEW: Ferrin & Morris - Vienna out on Tytanium recordings

Over the years, label boss Sean Tyas has developed a huge infatuation with anything that comes out of the studio when German based Maestros Jogh Ferrin & Alan Morris get together in the studio. Tytanium has had the pleasure of releasing a handful of tracks by these guys, but they have raised the bar once again...

Showing you what they just do best, pure, unfiltered, trance music - that is as gorgeous as it is driving.

They call it Vienna. Enjoy. 

Degenerate Radio 042 Tracklisting:

Tempo Giusto - Genesis [Kearnage Recordings]
Everlight - Our World [Dark Soho]
Maria Healy - Chrysalis [Blue Soho]
Gradien & Lentorek - Don’t Make A Noise [Silent Shore Records]
Zentura - Nova Era [Sourcecode Transmissions]
Seven Monkeys & Reality Test - Snap! [Spin Twist]
Matt Skyer - Polar Star [entrance]
Pierre Pienaar - Orbit [Magic Island]
Jordan Suckley & Sam Jones - Hijacker [Damaged]
David Forbes - Riptide [Vandit]
John O’Callaghan - Find Yourself (Standerwick Remix) [Who’s Afraid of 138?!]
David Forbes - Questions Must Be Asked (Sied van Riel Remix) [Armada]
Memory Splice ft. Alicia Cole & CSE Cooney - Ratcatcher (Stephane Badey Remix) [TFB]
Reverse - Ultima (Magnus Remix) [Critical State]
Ferrin & Morris - Vienna [Tytanium Recordings]

Dimitri Kechagias review: Tytanium recordings releases the most anticipated tracks around. The fantastic Vienna by Ferrin & Morris is the style of trance that is powerful and uplifting but at the same time is very musical with nice strong piano chords, heavenly voices and most importantly superb synthy plucks that evolve beautifully and progress in the right direction so you can expect to get goosebumps after shiver after goosebumps and more. This is what I call a super solid serious classy trancer that will sound current and smashing even after many years to come. If Vienna  is so sweet like this track I have to visit this city soon! #PureGold

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