Vand Sunete review of „Aurora“

Vând Sunete focuses on track recommendations and features everything from new releases to genre classics, reviewed Daniel’s latest collaboration, „Aurora“.

Borderline Music had a great 2014, and to show my appreciation, I picked it as my label of the year. From the looks of it, this year looks set to be as great, if not greater than the previous. Why, you ask? Just look at what’s coming next.

Landing in at spot number 49 in the back catalogue is a tremendous collaboration between Daniel Lesden and Mekka that’s sure to please fans of the deeper, more progressive end of the trance spectrum. Aurora, as it’s been dubbed, brings together bits from progressive, influences from psy, built around a great melody and introduced as part of a rather non-standard build, to create a really unique sound. The atmosphere is great, the progression is very enjoyable and the end result is something I’m definitely going to keep in my playlists for the foreseeable future. Congratulations to Jake and Daniel. You nailed it with this one, guys!


Aurora brings together bits from Progressive, influences from Psy, built around a great melody and introduced as part of a rather non-standard build, to create a really unique sound.


I know taste is subjective, but quality is not. This here, is absolutely quality, something that’s become a regular thing over at Borderline HQ. Don’t take my word, have a listen to the sample below and hear for yourself.

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Text — Vand Sunete
January 8, 2015


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