Big room pioneer Sandro Silva has joined forces with trance duo Graham Bell to inject titanic kicks into our ears, ready for the (hopefully) upcoming festival season.
There’s no stopping Sandro Silva. His name is strange to no-one, being one of the key figures responsible for revolutionizing dance music as we know it, and introducing the now ever-famous big room sound. Rising through the ranks of Mixmash and Spinnin back in 2010 his first breakthrough came in 2011 in the shape of an undiscovered new sound: Epic was introduced to the world on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom, a track that catapulted Sandro to stardom. Since Epic, big room has allowed the rise of many giants of the industry today like Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, KEVU and more. Although Sandro Silva is still only 28, he’s a veteran of the scene with releases on Revealed, Spinnin, Warner, Armada, Smash the House, and now Rave Culture.
One can always count on Sandro for massive festival anthems, and he certainly delivered, along with some help by Israeli trance duo Graham Bell – which, although still young on the scene, have already made a mark with tracks like The Night King, Tambores, and now Raveolution.
Starting out with a ghostly atmosphere, the boys treat us to a main lead replete with energetic saws, backed up by stadium claps. The drop comes and features some familiar elements, which are recycled on the second go, incorporating psytrance elements, certainly influenced by Graham Bell. The breakdown is balanced, with a typical electro sound and processing, ensuring big room indeed never dies.
Get your ears ready, the Raveolution is here! Check it out: