Review: Space Deejays Feat. DJ VooDoo – Into Space (C.J. Stone & Caba Kroll’s Rising Sun Mix) (Trance)

This review covers the trance track Space Deejays Feat. DJ VooDoo – Into Space (C.J. Stone & Caba Kroll’s Rising Sun Mix).

This track was released in 2000 as part of a single.

The track starts off with a drum kit. A voice sample makes an appearance early on as well. The kick comes in and the voice sample repeats. A high hat joins the track as the voice sample is expanded.

After that, a bassline joins the track along with a subtle sub-bass in the left channel. After that, a synth melody starts to fade in. A piano element also joins the track. An additional synth melody joins the track. After a snare roll, the track drops.

That voice sample reappears before a plane takeoff sound makes an appearance in the track. The synth melody starts to fade in. After a hit, the main melody is more full. A snare roll makes an appearance. After that, the drum kit comes in more full. The main synth melody plays out after. After an additional snare roll, large portions of the track drop out.

What’s left is parts of the drum kit and a synth. The voice sample appears again along with the plane taking off, causing the rest of the track to drop out. A synth string appears along with the voice sample. The filtering on the synth string gradually pulls back and more attack is applied. Another appearance from the voice sample hits before the snare roll appears again.

A snare roll hits and the drum kit and bassline returns. The synth string continues. A synth melody then makes an appearance. After another snare roll, the synth strings drop, replaced by the main synth melody. Another snare roll hits the track and the synth melody drops out. This leaves the drum kit and bassline. Another snare roll appears in the track and the bassline drops out. After a hit effect and a snare roll, the rest of the track breaks down.

One thing that sticks out to me is that the track has some interesting ideas and concepts. The voice sample really helps give the track a distinct sound.

The track also has a nice flow. I like how it is constructed. Additionally, the synth melodies work quite well for this track. The only thing, though, is that the track isn’t overly exciting necessarily. A whole lot about this says, “It’s good”, it just doesn’t really hit that next level of excitement in my books.

Overall, though, it’s hard to really find anything to complain about in this track. It has good concepts and production quality. It’s just not something I would listen to on repeat very much either. A good listen, just nothing particularly amazing.


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