MORPH and van Dyk abandoned their collaborative uplifting approach of the past, choosing instead to bridge the gap between progressive house and trance with a set of futuristic sounds. Featuring analog arpeggios, plucked bass twangs and frenetic modular basslines, “Hawkins Square” has the makings of a tribute to the smash hit sci-fi series.
In a press release shared by EDM.comvan Dyk aptly explained that the track was inspired by the concept of two alternate worlds on a collision course.
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“The inspiration is to think of conflicting worlds, two sides of a coin that actually mean the same thing,” he said.
The “Rhapsody” producer is gearing up for his upcoming album and tour, which will see him return to the US. flavor of “never heard the songs on the album” throughout.
Stream “Hawkins Square” HERE.