Next up in our new Bonzai Classics series we give you a superb remix of the club monster Parker & Clind – Generator, remixed by the talented titans of uplifting trance Glynn Alan and Dave Wright. They both work out of Glynn’s studio in the UK and have both received praise and support from the creme de la creme in the trance scene. Glynn Alan is a DJ, producer and sound engineer and his works have featured on several top labels with support from Armin Van Buuren, M.I.K.E./Push, Sean Tyas and more. DJ and producer Dave Wright has been a huge presence in the hard house and hard trance scenes for many years having found a niche on Nukleuz Records as one half of the duo Rowland & Wright, support from the likes of Paul Oakenfold became a regular occurrence for their material. Together the guys have gained quite the reputation for delivering serious beats which led to plays on ASOT and the respect from their peers. We think they’re the perfect partnership to breathe new life into a favoured classic.

Marino Stephano and Stephane Peclow made up Parker & Clind and they had several outstanding tracks under this guise, the first being the 1999 smasher, Generator which appeared on our Tripomatic Trance imprint. Sadly, Marino Stephano passed away in September 1999 which was a huge loss to the scene, his legacy lives on though, with tracks like this and many others which he left behind for us. Here the intro boasts a powerful, pumping kick drum with a subtle acid style note followed by a cool alarm sound straight out of the original mix, a solid, driving bassline ensues that will most definitely light up the floors. A short break unleashes that bassline to maximum effect before we find ourselves invaded by scathing synth melodies that caused so many roofs to be lifted into the stratosphere. Huge climaxes and slicing acid rhythms keep the adrenaline pumping and the sweat dripping making this an absolute must have for energetically charged sets. It’s an exciting time for trance and with tougher edged gems like this remix filling a void, means things will only get bigger and better.