The golden moment of Ilan Bluestone, between “Impulse” and remixes of classic trance

The London dj and producer is experiencing one of the best moment of his musical career between the new project and the remixes

Over the past ten years, Ilan Bluestone has managed to build a strong and decisive image in the world trance scene. From star of Anjunabeats with productions that largely reflected the progressive-trance philosophy of the English record company to a true musical identity.

All this also thanks to those who work in the studio with him and in particular to the collaborations with vocalists and often with other producers. In this regard, Ilan’s choice to focus once again on the talent of Giuseppe De Luca in his musical breaks remains indissoluble, there are five tracks on his latest album “Impulse” where we appreciate the English voice, obviously not neglecting the previous works that they launched it.

Beyond this, the strong feature of this new transformation process is the massive impact that these works give during live performances, besides the skill as a DJ in his selections we realize that what is coming out of the head of this producer in the last period was born to drive the audience crazy, the right blend of vocals, exhausting pad and a beat that pounds hard.

The London DJ and producer has shown that he doesn’t stop his creative verve even in difficult times like those of last year’s lockdown: the partnership with Maor Levi and Emma Hewitt gave life to the alias Elysian with which the three phenomena delighted us to the rhythm of the three tracks “Moonchild”, “Beyond The Comfort Zone” and “Little Star” but Ilan, always together with Emma Hewitt, just last year pushed up to 138 beats per minute for a successful uplifting trance test with “Hypnotized”, under the alias Stoneblue.

But his inspiration has extended not only to his creations but also to special remixes that have now become more and more common. However, we are talking about reworkings of classic trance masterpieces that keep the emotions of the original songs unaltered but are supported by its powerful base, such as the first remix to “Out Of The Blue” of System F which climbed the charts and imposed itself considerably, while in the last ABGT during his live we were able to appreciate his reworking of “Carte Blanche” (Veracocha) and the future release “Saltwater” by Chicane. Could this be the indication of a collection of future remixes ?

In the meantime, Ilan is busy on his tour to promote the album that will touch the American and Canadian territory in October until the beginning of December, a 2021 full of news for the British talent.

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