Electronic | Disco Fries & Ferry Corsten Go Big On Must-Hear ‘Love You Loud’ Release

Posted by on July 11, 2023

Brace yourselves for the ultimate sonic adventure brought to you by the dynamic duo of dance music, Disco Fries and Ferry Corsten. Their latest anthem, “Love You Loud,” dropped on June 16th like a musical lightning bolt and has been securing positive reception, to say the least. This track is just a tasty teaser of the upcoming album Disco Fries has cooked up, the album being titled, “Another World,” coming out in July.

Prepare for an infectious earworm via the vibes and energy of “Love You Loud.” This melodic experience takes you on a wild ride, with piano vibes and the velvety vocals of Leon Stanford caressing your soul. Ferry Corsten, who has been around the block when it comes to quality productions, both Disco Fries and Corsten put a great balance of both their styles to make this one superbly come to life.

For Disco Fries, they’ve had chart-topping collaborations with big names like Tiësto and Bingo Players. Yet, dance music ambitions were not enough for them; they’ve also ventured into the tech and esports realms, proving that their creativity knows no bounds. Brace yourself as “Love You Loud,” is now out in the ether, full swing, and Another World will soon be placed upon us in no time flat. Here the single for yourself above.

Videos | Beloved Trance Artist Ferry Corsten Teams Up With Point Blank On “Free” Track-Breakdown

Posted by on January 6, 2021

The single having been heard by tens of thousands and undoubtedly inserted into sets around the world, “Free,” an original trance single created by Ferry Corsten & Trance Unity, is a force for be reckoned with. In particular, given it’s track record as a single thus far. With that said – thanks to a unique partnership between Point Blank Music School and Ferry Corsten – producers and trance fans now have the in-depth scoop, at their fingertips.

14-minutes in total and paired with Ferry Corsten interview/talking points within, the experience breaks down the track while sharing a nice slice of background information around it.

The video shows there is clearly much to highlight in the rich and time-testing, “Free,” release.

Trance Unity, a unique collective of international artists who collaborate on music projects, had a healthy hand in the initial track coming to life and now thus seeing it’s success.

Ferry Corsten has certainly had his own line of high moments, a quick-look at his social/streaming channels showing an eclectic blend of moments captured alongside his fanbase and events performed, (especially pre-pandemic.)

With many heads coming together to make this a reality – don’t miss this video. Check out more on Point Blank Music School and enjoy watch above.

Melodic Progressive, Trance | Steve Brian ft. Szen – Moringa (Original Mix)

Posted by on November 11, 2014

Steve Brian - Moringa
When I first came across Avacado I knew I was on to something. Later he released Time & Time, which rapidly elevated to a top 10 on my iTunes. Now, Steve Brian, once again, has hit it home by utilizing his unique ability to blend funk, rising emotions, epic vocals, and feel-good vibes into a 90’s-meets-2014 smoothie. This German producer has pushed his limits and demonstrates a great rapport with vocalist Szen, extending new boundaries and setting the bar even higher for everyone who follows. Indeed, he’s worked with impressive talents, from Tiesto to James Horner (freakin’ Avatar), and continues to enjoy consistent deck support from Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond and Ferry Corsten. Is it trance? Is it house? Is it trouse? We don’t really care here at FNT; what matters is getting you through the very dark, narrow tunnel of sound, safely. Here’s Moringa, our latest beacon of light to guide you forward.

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Featured, Interviews | FNT Catches up With Ferry Corsten at Electric Zoo 2013

Posted by on September 10, 2013

Ferry Corsten @ Electric Zoo 2013

The FNT squad caught up with perennial trance king Ferry Corsten on Friday before his Electric Zoo set — and as always, Ferry had lots of excellent insights into the state of trance, what’s in store for the the scene, and (of course) his buddy Markus Schulz. Before doing anything else, including reading this interview, check out his set below if you missed the vibes. While he played a solid mix of new stuff (including his forthcoming track), he also dipped into the archives and brought out a few vaunted members of the old guard — like 2009’s “Beautiful,” an insane bootleg of the ever-funky “Praise You” by Fatboy Slim, and of course recent Beatport-topper “Gouryella.” And let’s not forget his recent collaboration with Giuseppe Ottavani, “Magenta,” which is certainly old at heart.


Events | Five Things We Can’t Wait For At Electric Zoo 2013

Posted by on August 8, 2013

Summer is flying by, which is bittersweet on one hand but totally amazing on the other. Why? Because it means that we’re getting closer and closer to Electric Zoo’s blowout fifth year. If you’re not up on your EZoo life, check out our official recap video from last year and see what you missed. Yeah — it was pretty killer. Fortunately, this year is already shaping up to be bigger and better than ever for many reasons, not least of which are:

1) Two mainstages (count ’em, TWO) and an expanded festival site on Randall’s Island. More on that later.

2) A new 18 and up policy. Sorry, youths (#YOUTHS) of the world — I’m too old for your shenanigans and look forward to mingling with an older and wiser crowd. *Wheezes; testily gestures for you to GET OFF MY LAWN.*

3) A totally killer lineup — which is par for the course by EZoo’s standards. There’s lots to be excited about here, but we’ve come up with five things that we’re especially stoked for. Check ’em out after the jump.


Electro-House, Trance | New World Punx – Romper

Posted by on June 10, 2013

New World Punx

The New World Punx, aka Markus Schulz and Ferry Corsten, have finally dropped their first single, which they debuted to great effect at ASOT 600 in New York. The kicker? As a token of their appreciation to their fans they’ve decided to release it for free. “Romper” is textbook NWP — dark, edgy, and high energy. Preview a live cut below and be sure to snag the free DL.

Free Download: New World Punx – Romper

Events | Electric Zoo Phase 2 Lineup Headliners

Posted by on May 7, 2013

Electric Zoo 2012

We are starting to get a full picture of how Electric Zoo will look this year after the announcement that it would have two mainstages. Electric Zoo is slowly releasing the names for those who will be coming to Randall’s Island on Labor Day weekend, following the first wave of artists who will take over the mainstages. Phase 2 fills in some of the gaps for the rest of the tents that give the festival its character and diversity, from the Sunday School tent to the Riverside Arena. As suspected, the festival has expanded from 4 stages to 5, so there will be more artists, more choice and inevitably more painstaking, heart-wrenching conflicts over artist time slots (Laidback Luke vs. Steve Aoki is not one… I hope I don’t have to tell you why).

Repeat from last year the Riverside Arena will see Dim Mak take over on Sunday, while Friday will see the joint takeover of Riverside by OWSLA and Boyz Noise Records and A-Trak’s Fools Gold Records on Saturday. The Sunday School Grooooove tent will have new proprietors with Adam Beyers’s Drum Code coming to town on Sunday to bring some techno in your face. There does not appear to be a trance stage, which is a bit disappointing, though Armin, Ferry Corsten, Above & Beyond and Markus Schulz are all on the lineup separately. Nobody as of yet has made their claim to any of the Hilltop days, but the lineup’s seem eclectic enough that they would lack a clear label owner. There are more artists to be announced, so do despair if you feel it is lacking in trance or house or dubstep, just wait, especially for the label tents. There is also the option to buy a Friday combo pack, where you buy a ticket for Friday + either Saturday or Sunday, so decide your festival experience. Tickets are on sale now, so grab them below. Check the full lineup after the jump.