Support and plays from (alphabetical) 16 Bit Lolitas, Above & Beyond, Andy Moor, Armin van Buuren, D:FUSE, Dash Berlin, Dave Seaman, DJ Tarkan, Funk D'Void, Guy J, Hernan Cattaneo, James Grant, Jaytech, Jody Wisternoff, John Digweed, Laurent Garnier, Markus Schulz, Max Graham, Miss Nine, Moonbeam, Nick Warren, Sandra Collins, Sasha, Solarstone, and many more!
Internationally acclaimed DJ and producer Darin Epsilon from Los Angeles presents the third compilation from his record label Perspectives Digital. Once again, he hand-picks ten of the highest quality Progressive and Tech House tracks that he feels perfectly capture the "Perspectives" sound. With his exceptional track selection and ability to know what makes a hit, he was previously able to steer Volume 2 to #6 on Beatport's Top 100 Progressive House Releases chart.
Global Underground artist Eelke Kleijn is featured with a remix of Dave Shtorn's Magic Moments. The Dutchman's remix captures the listener with its brilliant soundscapes and takes you on a journey to the depths. The remix of Ian O'Donovan by legendary Japanese producer Satoshi Fumi is reminiscent of early Detroit House in a more modern outfit. Deepfunk's remix of Metamorph is a dark, but driving cut and features a Moroder type bassline cutting through an array of trippy sounds. Darin furthermore delivers with a brand new original track under his Eventide alias titled Goodbye World exclusive to this compilation. Finally, the compilation comes to a nice close with another great take on Metamorph by Luis Junior who transforms the original bassline in a captivating lead sound. This remix received heavy plays from Sasha and Dave Seaman.
Much like his DJ sets, Darin's compilation follows a natural flow and continuous arc in energy and intensity. Artists that contributed to Darin's compilation came from all over the world: Russia, Spain, Canada, Poland, Holland, Argentina, Ireland, Japan, the UK, and more. This international setup translates into the varied, yet consistent feel of the compilation. The first few tracks start off with a more darker, moody feel, while slowly progressing into a more upbeat and driving sound.