Music / Specific Slice & Alexey Shirmalov - Wings Of Destiny (Original Mix) [Pulsar Recordings] Release Date: 16.03.2015
Specific Slice & Alexey Shirmalov - Wings Of Destiny (Damian Wasse Remix)  PR 2 ▲      
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Styles: Uplifting Trance, Progressive Trance
Format: MP3, 341 Kbit
Duration: 6:58
BPM: 138
Key: E
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Podsafe track
Size: 17Mb
Recording: 16 March 2015
Publication: 31 May 2016 22:19

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Newest release on Pulsar Recordings comes from not one but two amazing producers. One of them is already very known on our label going by the alias Specific Slice, while the other producer Alexey Shirmalov, makes his debut appearance with us. Their track Wings Of Destiny is a definition of a true, uplifting trance song. The intro serves only as a basis for big things to come as half way through we are teased with a glimpse of an emotional flute like instrument. The breakdown comes and the story starts unwinding, as we’re first welcomed with an amazing acoustic guitar melody that also uncovers the full passage of that emotional flute. When you think it can’t get any better, the intriguing lead takes us by surprise, giving us wings and flying us off to another dimension. Damian Wasse is the first to take care of the remix duty. His intro is fast and fierce, introducing those fast rolling basslines and acid hooks. Playful leads appear shortly before the breakdown giving it another interesting element in the already tight and packed production. The heart of his remix starts with a deep and distant vocal that introduces those magical bells, and before we come to our senses the super awesome lead is introduced giving us an adrenaline boost, that will be enhanced even more when the nasty drop hits which will surely fly you away on its ‘Wings Of Destiny’. Last but not least we have Ilya ViG on remix duty as well, who provided a darker approach to this already great production. The intro starts by featuring those already familiar synths, only this time combined with some harder kicks and acid lines. Breakdown focuses mostly on big pads until it brings an emotional piano melody that sets the tone perfectly for those slowly rising acid synths. They start climbing up until we reach the big dropdown that along the way gets energized even more with another layer of powerful synths.

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