Farius Offers Up “Quiet Hope” with His This Is Home Mix


After the release of “Quiet Hope” on Enhanced Progressive, Farius showcases his unique style in a mix for the This Is Home series.

One of the bright spots to appear from the London fog in the realm of progressive trance is Farius. Finding a home on labels ranging from Zerothree to A State Of Trance before diving headfirst into Enhanced Progressive, he’s continued to ascend through the ranks of the thriving trance scene with stunning releases.

Last year saw Farius grace trance family members near and far with From The Start that was stacked with fantastic tunes while also taking the reins of the Enhanced Progressive 400 mix to celebrate that milestone. Further showcasing his skills as a tastemaker, Farius went the extra mile and spun up a sensational mix for Apple Music to honor the late Harvey Milk during Pride Month as well.

Clearly showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon, Farius arrived in 2021 with renewed energy and is already delivering some heaters for his growing fanbase to soak in. His latest single, “Quiet Hope,” marks the next chapter of his career as he looks back to his roots to create a trance tune that is well worth the listen. Now, with that single still on the minds of many, he’s spun up a mix for the This Is Home series to give everyone a taste of his sound and London’s nightlife.

“With a nightlife under increasing threat from planning developers and endless glass towers of luxury flats, it’s more important than ever that we unite to keep the spirit and soul of this city – which has an incredible history of electronic music – alive by protecting our nightclubs and music venues before it’s too late.”


Listen to the latest This Is Home mix on SoundCloud below, download or stream “Quiet Hope” on your preferred platform, and let us know what you think in the comments!

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