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Closing the center stage at BBC Radio 1 in a grand manner, Steve Angello reveals his next solo production titled ‘Glory‘ as the outro for the listeners of his unique show.
Groovy, progressive and a with a sweet melody as always, the track’s real mystery lies in the reduction of the tempo that takes place in the middle.
And that Diminuendo along with the backing chorus is what sets the song to have a perfect build-up to what is about to come.
But somehow “Glory” reminds us of Magic Sword‘s productions, which are the latest enrolees on his respected label, SIZE Records.
Taken almost to the point of a halt, the progression hits back and we’re back on track.
Carrying an isolated Daft Punk-esque feel to it, there is little to wonder as to where the track would end up on the charts when released.
Till then, the little recording from this month’s show should do. Enjoy #Glory