LTN has undoubtedly been one of the great breakthrough stories of 2013. With a prolific output of globally supported singles, including our Arrival division's recent "A Path To Nowhere" release, the Indonesian sensation has already made a convincing case that he is one of the finest Trance & Progressive producer-DJ's to emerge in recent years. We're proud to present his latest contribution, "Fly Me Home," a collaboration with rising Japanese talent Apsara.
The Original Mix features a deep, chunky groove, as a series of hypnotic vox stabs punctuate the mix at repeating intervals. Lush pads and a hallucinogenic arp line also enhance the melodic texture. In the main break, the vocal opens up a bit more into a full "ooh"; meanwhile, the arp lines crescendo, to truly ethereal effect. Matt Fax, another artist who has witnessed a meteoric rise this year, delivers the first of two remixes. A resonant groove jets out of the gate, as various arp lines give the tune lots of mid-range "body" in the early going. In the main break, a low frequency pad progression, coupled with the glorious arp lines, signal the "epic" drop to follow. The latter half of the tune features numerous goosebump-inducing moments, not unlike the music of one of Matt Fax's great influences, Soundprank. Finally, trusty label veteran G-Tek has crafted another club-friendly, uplifting, and intricately crafted remix. A resonant, 80's-inspired bassline and rhythm section provide a meaty foundation for the radiant synths and reverb-heavy vox. In the main break, numerous layers of the lead chord progression join forces and offer a euphoric, stadium-filling theme. The "playful" drop to follow, featuring a variety of stutter-break effects, showcases G-Tek's superlative groove-generating skills.