MA001 : Indecent Noise - Phobia
MA001 : Indecent Noise - Phobia
Release Date : 13/08/2012
Launched in 2012, Mental Asylum Records is the brainchild of Indecent Noise & the home for everything dark, twisted and up tempo in Trance & tech-trance.

Having carved out a successful individual career to date as a top producer and international DJ, Indecent Noise has now launched his own record label, "Mental Asylum Records".

Mental Asylum offers a home to producers of the darker, twisted, more up tempo side of Trance and is part of the increasingly successful "Fraction Records" group. It's primary focus is quality over quantity as the label aims to establish itself as a well respected outlet for Trance music. It aims to showcase to the wider EDM community not only established trance and tech-trance artists but also the best of the new talent breaking through.

The debut release on Mental Asylum comes from none other than Indecent Noise himself with the absolutely massive big-room brawler, 'Phobia'! Already firmly road tested at this years Luminosity Festival to rapturous response, and with enough drive to power the biggest crowds, this one is not too be missed!

The Original Mix features all the perfect ingredients required to really kick start the label in the biggest possible fashion. Pounding kick drums and energy laden percussive rhythms underpin the mix superbly with Indecent Noise's trademark floor flexing bass lines and white hot melodies firmly in effect. Atmospherics are built to breaking point for the drop in ensuring this one goes off with a bang!

On the remix, Bryan Kearney is on hand to deliver a superb rework absolutely overflowing with intensity and drive throughout. Stabbed vocals and sizzling top synths guide the track superbly against the heaving bass lines and glowing drum sections before unleashing the hook into the madness for maximum impact!

The Mental Asylum is now open!
Tracks
1.
Indecent Noise - Phobia (Original Mix)
 
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Indecent Noise - Phobia (Bryan Kearney Remix)
 
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