Factor B makes his way ‘Into The Light’ on Subculture!

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Subculture has many amazing talents on it’s roster and now adds on another exciting trance futurist- Factor B onto it. The Australian born debuts on the label, with the track ‘Into The Light’.

As a trance fan, I would personally say it’s one of the better ones I’ve heard, quite honestly. That pretty much explains why Brendan Blatt is on the forefront of this genre of music. The style in which the music has been curated is energetic, yet emotive, brings peace to the mind yet is very powerful in it’s potency to make you dance. The tempo is constant and it won’t let you settle (which you’d anyways not want to). The melody creates a unique essence to the way you’ll feel the track and we can go simply talking about it!

The track was first featured on the one and only ASOT850, in February this year. Now that is one heck of a start to any trance artist’s music journey! The track has been supported by Armin Van Buuren , Solarstone and John O’Callaghan as they featured it on their radios and club mixes.John in particular has been hammering his sets with this track, across the world. Bryan Kearney has also shown immense support to this talent. It was also rated 8/10 by DJ Mag in UK. Now, that’s pretty impressive!

Factor B’s releases last year include ‘Invidius’, ‘Liberator’, ‘Origins’ and ‘Something Like A Cure’ which did very well, leading him onto the present release. His track ‘Luna Therapy’ has been the most successful so far , having made it to the #1 spot on Beatport Trance charts. He was awarded ‘Best New Entrant’ in 2016, by Trance Podium Awards. Apart from Subculture, he has received support from Pure Trance, Future Sound Of Egypt.

Brendan isn’t just an over night find, but has been nurtured since 2014 , by names like Aly & Fila, Sneijder and Ferry Tayle too. He ahs worked his way up over the past ten years and is no stranger to the decks. The Aussie sensation is inching towards a massive year ahead and is leading the pack of Australian talent across the world. We sure suggest you keep an eye out for him, if you’re someone who lives not on food, but on trance music.

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Pavan Kumar


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