Body-Shock’s 2000 slice Full Moon is our next special Bonzai Classics remix and at the helm this time we’ve got Freaked Frequency & The Digital Enzyme with an absolute gem of a track firmly rooted in the psy arena. Bjorn Wendelen (DJ Ghost) and Laurent Veronnez (L-Vee) formed Body-Shock in 2000 and their first release – Sleepless – had this superb effort as the B-side. Full Moon quickly became a trance anthem in the super club era and was notably included on John 00 Fleming’s For Your Ears Only 3 x vinyl compilation. After several releases Yves Deruyter came on board to continue a string of top club hits that are still very much at the heart of classic nostalgia sets. The Body-Shock sound never disappoints, it derives intensity and that feeling of full on, non-stop thumping music.

Freaked Frequency aka Serbian psy trance aficionado Milojko Jaric joins forces once again with Bournemouth, UK based artist The Digital Enzyme aka Martin J Frewer to deliver a rip roaring slice to get the energy flowing. The guys have collaborated on several other psy projects in the past and they certainly form a formidable partnership in the studio. Milojko started to produce electronic music in his early teens and over 10 years he gained great success and popularity on the trance scene worldwide. His sound is recognizable and very unique with a harmony of various elements and positive vibes. DJ and producer Martin is known for his quality sets that sends the floors crazy. In recent years he has found himself in the studio knocking out slamming tracks and no doubt he will continue to provide the soundtrack to many venues in the future. On the remix here we get nothing short of a raucous psy fuelled energetic monster of a track that will most definitely tear up the floors. From the very first few bars you get locked on thanks to classic psy sounds on top of a mesmerizing bassline. A cool breaks style beat leads us up to the full on experience complete with pumping kicks and a chugging bass covered in sharp synth hits. The energy levels continue to rise as the original melody comes through which works beautifully with the contemporary structure and sound. A definite must have for sure, not to be missed.