Like that classic sound of trance.. with big percussion, really fat leads and an original theme? Look no further than the latest release from the ladies of Zirenz. The Prayer has that pure sound to it that all trance fans love!
The contemporary meets the traditional the multi-talented female duo Bex Hazard and Cat Llewelyn (together as Zirenz) working with their highly talented engineer Andy MacDougall (Andy Tau) bring us ‘The Prayer’. A heavenly synthesis of solid club floor rhythms and evocative choral harmonies and Gregorian chant vibes. ‘The Prayer’ began life in early 2010 and as a good wine has since been refined to perfection like their Chart topping track “The Hymn” back in 2009, The Prayer we are sure is set to be another classical crossover club anthem.
ZiRENZ have an awareness of how to please the crowd and craft a track to blend into a DJ set with pleasing dynamic tone and a satisfyingly chunky bassline with driving percussion and a gorgeous kaleidoscope of delicate pads and Gregorian chant vocal Latin text edits before flowing into an epic, Choral cacophony symphonic synth breakdown crafted from the ladies’ classical music roots.
Clearly a case of divine inspiration again from ZiRENZ this time with, “The Prayer”. Truly a stunning statement of intent from the female producers making their Afterworld Recordings launch to the EDM world in style.
ZIRENZ – THE PRAYER
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