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The latest full single release taken from Paul van Dyk’s ‘Music Rescues Me’ artist album will be dropping shortly with his collaboration with Jordan Suckley for the track called ‘Accelerator’…


I must say having two Paul van Dyk artist albums in consecutive years has been a real treat. His latest came a little bit out of the blue for me with the announcement coming late last year. Music Recues Me is the evolution of Paul’s trance sound and an album just full to the brim of banging uplifting beats. He did collaborate a lot more on this artist album than on any other of his previous and his latest single which is forthcoming on VANDIT features one of those. Jordan Suckley is the mane he teamed up with for the very euphonic trance offering they call ‘Accelerator’.


:: Listen to 'Accelerator' right here


:: Original Mix


Now then, for some of you why has Paul released this in the first place as it’s just a solo track with no remix support? Well, firstly this is the full length track from start to finish with intro and outro. For those of you wanting to slip this into your mix its perfect. For those of you who just love the record its even better, your getting more banging sound than you did on the album version, which I’m sure if you’re as big of a Paul van Dyk fan as me you will have. The record itself is a beautiful one full Uplifting trance, a delicate breakdown and an addictive main melody. The meeting of a legend and one of today’s established trance producers in Jordan Suckley whose talent continues to grow and grow.


 

Conclusion:
This is a superb record which was great on the album and now even better in its full length glory to enjoy on its own, within a mix or just mashed up with all your other favourite trance records on a deck session at home.

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