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CC Radio 442: Corsten’s Countdown 442

CC Radio 442: Corsten’s Countdown 442

Corsten’s Countdown 442 had some real gems this week. New music from Bastian Salbart, a flashback track by M.I.K.E. Push, and a fantastic RAM remix of one of my personal favorites from Gareth Emery. We had an all too familiar top 3 this week as well with some tracks you may recognize.

I felt this episode had a lot more energy than a lot of the episodes lately and evidence of this was in the third track of the show, which was ‘Hold’ by Bastian Salbart. Still a relatively unknown name, Bastian has quite a few singles under his belt now and if he keeps producing tracks of this quality he should rise up in no time. This week’s Listener’s Choice was a M.I.K.E. Push track from 2002. The Belgian producer’s track entitled ‘Urban Shakedown’ was released under his Solar Factor alias and I love how it fades into almost nothing at one point in the track, and it steadily gets brought back with high energy.

The grass is green, water is wet, and ‘Anahera’ is the #1 track of the week.

Nothing new to see here! In third was Ferry Corsten’s track ‘Hearts Beating Faster,’ but finishing in second was my personal #1 this week, and that was RAM’s remix of ‘Concrete Angel’ by Gareth Emery. This rendition is up there with John O’Callaghan’s remix for me. Both artists do sweet justice to the classic Emery track.

Another week has come and gone. Who’s got your vote for next week? There was a lot to choose from, and it’ll be interesting to see how it plays out!

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CC Radio 442: Corsten’s Countdown 442 Tracklist

CC Radio 442 Featured Tracks

Gareth Emery ft Christina Novelli – Concrete Angel (RAM Remix)

Bastian Salbart – Hold
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Solar Factor – Urban Shakedown

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Corey Longo

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, and now residing in Calgary, Corey has been listening to trance since he was 8. Up until 2013, it wasn't by choice, as his dad ran a radio show for a few years out of the university called "Intro to Trance." His favorite artists include: Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, and Mark Sixma.

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