Matt Darey Presents Urban Astronauts feat. Kate Louise Smith* ‎– See The Sun (Remixes)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
S107086 Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* - See The Sun(9xFile, WAV, Single) S107 Recordings S107086 Netherlands 2013
FSOE118 Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* - See The Sun (Dan Stone Rework)(File, MP3, 320) FSOE Recordings FSOE118 Egypt 2015
NG001 Matt Darey Presents Urban Astronauts feat. Kate Louise Smith* Matt Darey Presents Urban Astronauts feat. Kate Louise Smith* - See The Sun (Remixes)(3xFile, WAV) Nocturnal Global NG001 Netherlands 2009
FSOE118A Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* - See The Sun (Dan Stone Rework)(2xFile, MP3, 320) FSOE Recordings FSOE118A Egypt 2015
S107086 Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* Matt Darey Feat. Kate Louise Smith* - See The Sun(9xFile, MP3, Single, 320) S107 Recordings S107086 Netherlands 2013

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RoverTheOctopus

RoverTheOctopus

December 4, 2009

The Aurosonic Remix of See The Sun was thoroughly hammered during the autumn of 2009, and I think there is solid justification for its vast exposure. To start, this release proves that there is nothing inherently wrong with vocals mixed with trance music, and in fact shows how the two can flawlessly work together to produce stunning results. Quality vocal trance time and time again seems to carry similar themes: subtle yet understandable lyrics and a more mellow approach to the arrangement and melodies. Of course, innovative production techniques matter as well. Off the top of my head, quality releases such as Interstate - I Found You and Above & Beyond vs. Andy Moor - Air For Life (although essentially non-lyrical) come to mind as being in the same vein as See The Sun.

Talking about the Aurosonic remix in particular, Kate Louise Smith's warm voice fills the room, pressed against a revolving instrumental hook that stealthily establishes more intensity as the song progresses. The lyrics have such a heartfelt and deep approach, backdropped by the melancholy melody strummed off by the main synth line. There are no conspicuous supersaws or awkward attempts to hastily build up the tension with snare rolls. The flow is pretty much as consistent as it can get without losing the grip of the listener's interest. When it comes to vocal trance, this should be regarded as one of the best of 2009.