Black Hole 416-0 Faruk Sabanci - Oriental Sentiment 1. Original Mix 2. Nurettin Colak Remix
Faruk Sabanci makes his debut on the Black Hole imprint with his new single "Oriental Sentiment".
The Turkish DJ/Producer has been active in the industry for quite some time and he already started DJing in 2001. Over the years he started his own record label called Harmonic Breeze Recordings and he had is best moment so far when Paul van Dyk hammered his hit single "Leaving Ankara" at the Trance Energy main stage in 2009. Faruk has delivered many, many singles and now drops his first release on Black Hole Recordings. "Oriental Sentiment" says it all and offers an incredibly elaborate composition that could have been arranged for a complete orchestra. Clearly inspired by the music of his own culture, "Oriental Sentiment" follows the typical oriental key changes in melody to make it a mystical track altogether, but with a stunningly powerful use of synths, strings and percussion and a painstaking eye for finesse. The end result is an incredibly powerful, big and melodic trance track of truly epic proportions.
Faruk's good friend and fellow producer Nurettin Colak took care of the remix and managed to wrap the original melody line into an almost classic sounding early Magik series track with a nod and a wink to the sound of Tiësto. Nurettin's remix has a clear focus on the dance floor and adds a bit more tech to the original version. To conclude with Faruk Sabanci's own words: "Trance was the only genre that provided me with all the elements i was looking for: classical composition, melody combined with electronic instruments and fast rhythms." And that's in a nutshell exactly what we get with this beauty of a single!
Supported by: Eddie Sender, Beatsmedia, Sebastian Weikum, Lizzie Curious, Gareth Emery, Bobina, Ricardo Sada, Markus Schulz, Andy Duguid, Blake Lewis, Fabio XB, Judge Jules, Tempo Giusto, Armin van Buuren,