Check out Cosmic Gate’s “Halo” and “Dynamic” below, and download them when you pre-order Materia!
Bossi & Nic Chagall, or as we know them — Cosmic Gate — are kicking off the new year with a great start, releasing two brand new tracks for listeners worldwide! The first track, “Halo”, which was released back on December 30th, displays that classic profound Cosmic Gate sound and takes listeners into a deeper, darker trance-like sound. “Dynamic”, co-created with non-other than the famous Ferry Corsten, became available today (January 13th). The track has an intense and unique, almost two-minute build up which dives directly into a hard-hitting bassline. Fans who pre-order Cosmic Gate’s first chapter of their brand new album, Materia, which is set to be released on January 20th of this year, get access to both new tracks, as well as “Fall Into You” which JES.
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Pre-order ‘Materia – Chapter.One’ here to receive all three tracks!
Stream Cosmic Gate – “Halo” on SoundCloud:
Stream Cosmic Gate & Ferry Corsten – “Dynamic” on SoundCloud:
Cosmic Gate spoke about their upcoming album, ‘Materia – Chapter.One’:
“We didn’t set out to create the most definitive Cosmic Gate releases ever”, said Nic Chagall, when talking about the process behind his and Bossi’s latest album project. “It is how it turned out though”. Bossi picks up “and each track we finished over its 12-month timeline, we became ever more aware of how fundamentally ‘Cosmic Gate’ the developing album sounded. Who knows? Maybe these’ll be the ones that, over time, people will hold up and say: “hey, this is what Cosmic Gate are all about”.
Nic went on to say: “the longer we worked on the album, the more ideas came on the table: ones for songs, sounds, collaborations and other elements. We met with other artists and talked to them about it. We found a lot of them shared our vision and subsequently many wanted to become a part of it. The upshot of it all was we ended up with far more album demos than any of our previous releases, and with a higher ratio of ones we wanted to include too. It became a bit of a monster! Far too many for one release. It was a nice problem to have, sure, but a problem nonetheless! So the idea came about to tell the story of Materia over more than one album.”
For more Cosmic Gate, check out their Wake Your Mind radio show, which airs weekly on Digitally Imported Radio!