Producing sensation Aimoon returns to Blue Soho Recordings with this fantastic EP called “The Run” featuring two smashingly uplifting originals with “From A to B” and “The Run” and also incorporates a remix done by him and Offshore Wind which is just as powerful and energetic! Keeping alive the featured attributes of the original mix. This release is most certainly geared to starve you for more!
Aimoon makes his debut on Blue Soho imprint finally, with a double edged slice of full-force trance energy entitled ‘Comet Riders / The Light Side’! Filled with energy and peak time power, Comet Riders opens the release in style. Shocking percussive drive and rocket fueled bass lines pressure the floor superbly, fat, super-sized atmospherics guarantee maximum damage every time. On the flip, The Light Side continues the peak-time theme with more high octane bass rollers and rippling kick drums fusing with shimmering synth lines to fantastic effect. Aimoon delivers from Russia as always ! On remix duty we have both progressive wonder Biotones & Nkoder as they provided a huge floorfiller remix ! Comet goes to dancefloors ! Enjoy, Soho Music / 2013
Supported by Paul van Dyk, Andy Moor and many more. EP Aimoon & Offshore Wind — Upgrade / Alpha released at Fraction Record out now exclusively at beatport
Aimoon & Offshore Wind join forces to deliver an absolutely jaw dropping double-A sided floor controller entitled ‘Upgrade / Alpha’!
Upgrade opens the release in superb fashion with glossy percussive rhythms and glittering top synth elements gliding perfectly against the white-hot bass lines and powerful kick drums to ensure maximum floor damage. On the break, the track is skyrocketed into overdrive with the main melody sequence and dynamite drop in — absolutely HUGE!
Alpha continues the release in perfect style with more clever percussion and floor rocking kick drums flowing against the grooving bass lines and sizzling top melodies. Atmospherics are once again sent through the roof as the hook lines unfurl, building the pressure to breaking point and taking full grip for the breath taking drop resulting in absolute dancefloor carnage!
An essential double slice of main room magic from Aimoon & Offshore Wind!
Aimoon (Alexander Golyshev) was featured on Echelon for the first time in 2010 as a remixer. Later on in early 2011 he released the single “Above The Sky” in a collaboration project 2TrancY, with another remix by himself.
His newest work is the Rainbow Rays / Light And Shade EP which packs a variety of sound together with remixes by Sunsvision and Offshore Wind.
The original tracks are built on powerful progressive beats and distinct themes, topped with bright trance atmosphere and side melodies. The remixes are excellent, adding melodic depth and clubby twist in the release.
Very soon (25th January) on the label Primal Recordings (sub-label of Lost Language) Aimoon comes with EP called Stardust.
This is my first EP, its presents 3 tracks of space subjects! In general, the names passed to my mind the emotions and feelings that I wanted to pass on these tracks, and convey to the listener. A cold and mysterious flight to the moon, scattered like dust across the sky the stars and beautiful birth of the supernova!
Stardust already played four times by Manuel Le Saux, and twice he was in his own chart Top Twenty Tunes (6th place in 341 issue), Mission To Moon before the release was played by DJ Anna Lee, and Supernova played by VL Project in RESPECTIME @ Megapolis 89,5 FM
Sasha Golyshev (AKA Aimoon) hails from a land where the beats are big and the groove is most definitely solid. His debut EP on Primal is a bit special. Most defitely.
Things open up with the muscular bass driven progressive trance wonderclass Mission To Moon. Stabby breakdowns and floating memorable pianos all tie the track together with much aplomb.
EP title track increases the BPM a tad and delivers waves of rolling grooves and melodically moving pads and riffs. One for the peaktime.
Supernova rounds things off with its pumping sidechain groove and darting riffs. Did we mention the breakdown to die for as well?
A fine EP from a producer that is most defintely one to watch.