Monday, 8 August 2011
FERRY CORSTEN'S "BIG, ANTHEMIC" NEW ALBUM...
There was plenty of excitement when Ferry Corsten fans discovered last month that the Dutchman would be debuting his new live show at "Stereosonic 2011. While Corsten has been keeping tight-lipped about what’s in store, his sets are sure to be well-stacked with material from his forthcoming artist album. Speaking with our friends over at Data Transmission, the DJ-producer revealed he’s putting the finishing touches on his studio handiwork.
“The new album is slowly but surely taking shape,” he told DT. “It’s getting there, but not quite perfect. This will be the fourth under my own ‘Ferry Corsten’ name.”
As far as Ferry Corsten artist LPs go, his effort from 2008 Twice In A Blue Moon stands as a highpoint in a prolific career. “Ferry demolishes all competition with a labour of love that has definitely been worth the wait,” our reviewer wrote at the time. “Trance is in safe hands.” So, after tiding us over with his Once Upon A Night mix compilations, what’s the next album going to sound like?
“I’m not sure if it will differ sound-wise,” Corsten continued; “definitely very big, anthemic melodies as always. What may change is the track tempo though; nowadays this is definitely lower and not 140-BPM any more. This album is more in-tune with the times and the different variances. So, in short – it’s at a lower BPM but with the big lush melodies!”
Last week, Corsten revealed the video for the album’s lead single Check It Out, and it’s every bit as big and anthemic as he claims, with a distinct pop lining.
Check it out HERE
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