While genres like deep house and future bass are this year’s popular choices, older, iconic genres of dance music, like trance, are not dead, and their producers are not a dying breed. The rise of other genres is only a natural part of the ebb and flow of dance music, as the popular music is always evolving and changing, and staying ahead of the trend is the true challenge. While trance has been in a bit of a lull lately, it is poised to make a resurgence on the backs of superstars, like Armin van Buuren, and newcomers, like Trivecta. The Tampa-based talent has garnered a loyal following with his melodic trance-step, a fusion of trance and dubstep, but lately, the multi-talented musician has evolved into a purely trance producer, and the results are splendid. After making his trance debut with “Evaporate” featuring Aloma Steele, Trivecta returns with his latest output, “Resurface,” featuring Roniit.
From the start, “Resurface” blasts you in the face with some 150 bpm goodness, and Trivecta keeps the upbeat pace on throughout the entire track. The punchy bass line paves the way for Roniit’s stunning and emotive vocals, while Trivecta crafts a haunting piano melody around her croons, which fade into an explosion of glittering synth chords that give “Resurface” a trance personality through and through. Stream “Resurface” below and snag your free download here.