Paul Pearson – Luna Sunrise



Infrasonic Future welcomes the debut of yet another fresh face in the form of Paul Pearson who delivers his maiden release with ‘Luna Sunrise’.

You instantly fall in love with Paul’s sound selection, which serves up a cool fusion of psy, tech and emotive trance vibes throughout the track. The rolling psy bass and tech percussion all set the scene, just ahead is the lush break with its divine emotive vibes and drop.

‘Luna Sunrise’ will for sure push all the right buttons when it comes to ground-breaking and forward thinking electronic music. And that is exactly what Paul has delivered here – massive!


Mark Burton – Understatement (Paul Pearson’s Eternal State Remix)



Dropping a monster of a track on his debut on nu-depth recordings is Northern Ireland’s Mark Burton. ‘Understatement’ has already been causing a stir on the trance circuit after being picked up by Armin Van Buuren and featuring on his Universal Religion 6 compilation.

The Vandit regular really does go to town with the original mix, as this a full blooded euphoric affair with an exceptional melody and absolutely banging groove thanks to the tight sitting bassline. Mark is really starting to curve his sound within the trance community and this track is bang on the money.

Paul Pearson is a resident for Digital Society, one of the biggest trance nights in the UK. He has only recently started dipping his toes into production and after this progressive trance version, you will certainly be hoping for a lot more. One for the future!

Label boss Danny Powers goes right for the jugular with his version; this is a slab of hard as nails tech-trance while still keeping the original vibe of the melody for the break down, before unleashing into an acid frenzy. You have been warned!

Fast Distance – Alpine (Paul Pearson Remix)



Demonstrating his diverse ability in recent months, Fast Distance returns to the sound with which he first found fame; ‘Alpine’ is a gloriously uplifting record, primed for the peak time.
First up on remixes are the UK duo Karanda who have really built a head of steam of late. Chosen as the intro track for Disc Two of Digitally Enhanced Volume 5, they’ve taken the original’s melody but made it their own with a wicked rework.

A fresh face to welcome to the label but not the brand, Paul Pearson, a Digital Society resident delivers a superb debut remix for the label with his neat rework that rounds of the package.