Review: Ilya Soloviev – Universal Universe (Original Mix) (Trance)

This review covers the progressive trance track Ilya Soloviev – Universal Universe (Original Mix).

This track was released in 2009 as a single along with the Poshout club mix.

The track starts off with some interesting synth that definitely helps provide a bit of a rhythm. As part of the build-up, there’s an additional sub-melody which makes it sound pretty good. Then the track starts with what made this a great track – the chopped vocals. These chopped vocals happened to be really well produced.

After this, the breakdown occurs and the track begins building up with a piano solo layered with choir and synth pads. The buildup was quite well done and adds a certain uplifting power.

The climax of this track layers what already made the track with the piano elements. A very well done part to say the least.

Overall, I thought this was a particularly great track. Great vibes, excellent chopped vocals, great breakdown and great piano elements. A highly recommended track to say the least.

Score
8.5/10

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