Recent posts: Solar Factor
M.I.K.E.’s Solar Factor guise was a very popular choice for jocks at the turn of the century and Urban Shakedown quickly established itself as a must have trance track. A full on in your face trance journey that was only at home on the biggest sound systems. Apart from the original we got a remix from G & M Project aka Robert Gitelman & Jaron Martinez.
Solar Factor’s debut cut Deep Sonar, on Progrez, helped to set the label on its course to churn out only the very best cuts. This one gets right into a solid trance groove from the get go and builds up to a frenzied climax that will raise any roof. A slightly more subdued and with a more progressive edge, No Return on the flip was a very popular track in many sets.
M.I.K.E.’s Solar Factor guise contributed several top notch cuts on Progrez over the years with this one being the penultimate release back in 2004. Fashion Slam delivers a solid progressive workout with a tinge of tech thrown in, while on the flip we get a tasty Tribal Mix to deepen the groove even more.