Mark Sixma is back to reinventing timeless classics.

In 2014, Mark Sixma had the courage to do a new version of Samuel Barber’s wonderful composition “Adagio For Strings“, and the result was very good, his version ended up being played in many festivals all over the world.

After three years, the Dutch trance DJ and producer decided to reinvent another classic, the song “Missing” of the British duo Everything But The Girl released in 1995. This track, over time, has gained new versions, highlighting: the downtempo interpretation by ATB and Tiff Lacey released in 2009 (which is part of the album “Future Memories”), the Fedde Le Grand remix released in 2010 and the excellent future house version of EDX with the voice of Mingue released in 2016.

In the reinvention of this track, Mark Sixma joined forces with the talented and experienced Australian singer Emma Hewitt, and produced a brilliant recreation of 126 BPM, where the magnificent voice of Emma Hewitt can be seen in a trance symphony that completely rejuvenates this classic. This song was released on October 6 by the label Armada Music. We hope that Mark Sixma will continue to work on themes that marked other decades and that have influenced the world of eletronic music.

Written By: Jorge Azevedo 

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