‘Fulfillment’ is the euphoric collaboration between Ferry Corsten and Marsh

Rotterdam trance icon combines his legendary sound with Marsh’s progressive groove for a insane collaboration

Tom Marshall, a.k.a. Marsh from London, has become in recent years one of the best reference producers of the Anjunabeats label, and not only: his refined sound between progressive house and trance has won over various producers, so much so that, alongside his latest releases, has repeatedly put his mark on several classics of trance music with spectacular reworks: Solarcoaster (Solarstone), Irufushi (Super8 & Tab), Shivers (Armin van Buuren feat. Susana), The Whiteroom (Andy Moor and Adam White pres. Whiteroom), Drifting Away (Lange feat. Skye), to name a few.

Last 2023 on Anjunadeep label his artist album Endless was released, aimed at a softer deep house groove, but he continued his inspiration as a remixer with an exceptional remix of the track Via Infinita by Estiva: similarly, his deep house remix of the legendary OceanLab track Sirens Of The Sea, contained in the special anthology out on March 15th, only been out a few days.

Last Wednesday, during Ferry Corsten‘s radio show Resonation Radio, the last track premiered was a awesome B2B between him and Marsh: Tune Of The Week the following day in A State Of Trance, the track is titled Fulfillment:

The track rewards the dreamy groove of the London DJ and producer combined with a captivating bassline typical of Ferry Corsten: the result is awesome, a progressive sound that rises in a euphoric way.

Fulfillment will be released on February 2nd on Flashover Recordings and will be contained in Ferry Corsten’s new album out this year, where all his latest hits will be present, Stay Awake (feat. Diandra Faye), Yes Man, Connect and Mind Trip. Marsh and Ferry Corsten add that to celebrate the release of this new track, they will play at La Otra By Mad in Miami on March 24th.

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