Sandro Silva & Arston – Symphony [July 21 – Revealed Recordings]
The collaboration chain continues, and two Revealed alumni got together in the studio to pump out another great tune. The Dutchman Sandro Silva, who made his label debut with “Payback” last year, joins up with Belarusian Arston, who worked together with Marcus Schossöw on “The Universe”. “Symphony” first surfaced in a live set from Silva himself at Ultra Music Festival in March 2014, and was officially confirmed by the label and its boss last week on Hardwell On Air 175. Revealed Recordings is really cranking up the release schedule in order to meet the demands of the summer festival season. With this in mind, “Symphony” is scheduled to be released on July 21.
It’s pretty clear where the track’s title came from right off the bat, since the overall soundscape of the break has a strong orchestral vibe to it. This sound continues for a few bars, but is soon replaced by a darker and more acid-influenced sound as the song progresses. Next, snare rolls begin to indicate the beginning of the buildup, and as well, the progression for the drop begins to make it’s way out of the background. The drop is just an epic fusion of stylings, as Sandro Silva throws in a sweet new distorted kick with a great bassline, and Arston once more shows off his ability to craft a sweet melody as the drop on “Symphony” takes over.
The support has already come in from Blasterjaxx and Martin Garrix, and the full track itself is due out on July 21. Until then, enjoy the preview!