Taken from Ørjan's forthcoming album, to be released 2011
Big things are happening to Ørjan Nilsen. Or actually, he makes them happen. Shortly after mixing the 9th Volume of the popular 'Trance World' series, he makes another grab at world domination with new single 'So Long Radio'. This time, he just might get it. Though the sunny 'La Guitarra' will never leave our minds and we still can't get our heads around 'Vivida', 'Bloodtrain' and 'Moving Mojave', Ørjan brought in a new surprise. Diversity has always been Ørjan's middle name, so it's no shock that 'So Long Radio' also finds itself comfortably mingling arousing house, tricky electro and deep progressive. Getting stuck in your mind from the very moment the break kicks in, onto hours and even days after you finally switched off the repeat-button. 'So Long Radio' could very well be the summer anthem the trance scene is waiting for. Refreshing, catchy and original. This clearly is Ørjan Nilsen in full effect. On the same level, we find Swedish producer Jonas Stenberg. This up and coming talent is making waves not only with his own productions and remixes for the likes of Marcel Woods, Jochen Miller, Marco V and Rank 1, but also with the W&W collab 'Alligator F*ckhouse'. No f*cking around this time though, cause with his remix of 'So Long Radio' he dives into the deep, distortive waves of tech-trance, touching the boundaries of melodic trance and peak-time madness. The other remix comes straight from the musical heart of Moscow, where the Aurosonic studio is located. With Sergey Klimov as the DJ and Evgeny Smirnov as producer of this duo, they've created a magical spark across floors all across the globe. Their Aurosonic Overdrive Remix stands out with a distortive, big room prog sound, daring but working in full effect.