DYstance brings the sound of raving in a field to Top Drawer Digital.
Ask any raver old or new or any rave music lover what makes a great tune and you’re likely to get this answer- hands in the air uplifting piano, rolling breaks and a certain type of rave synth.
DYstance takes us back to that 1992 uplifting hardcore rave sound with a track perhaps inspired in part by Yolk’s ‘Music 4 The People.’
When that piano kicks in you could close your eyes and find yourself raving at a Fantazia or Dreamscape event or the early 00s Flashback raves in Birmingham’s Que Club. Pure unadulterated 92 hardcore is the deal and we love it!