Dokho Drops ‘Changing’ on Monstercat Silk


Trance artist Fast Distance explores his deeper, melodic side with the release of Changing on Monstercat Silk under his new alias Dokho.

Artists continue to push the boundaries of their own sound and explore different genres in the vast electronic music scene, and Dokho is one of the latest to do so. First gaining recognition with a plethora of trance releases and stunning performances as Fast Distance, he looked to dive deeper into the realm of deep and melodic house to refresh his own palette. This has led the frequent face on ASOT compilations to gain new looks from labels such as Colorize and Anjunabeats earlier this year, and now he’s dropped fresh tunes on Monstercat Silk as well.

Out now across all platforms, Changing is the latest body of work from Dokho and features two fresh tunes for fans to immerse themselves in. The title track opens with a perfectly aligned vocal and synths before delivering a groove that will have any listener swaying along with it. The second track, “Celestia,” continues the dive into chilled-out sounds with a touch of progressive house guiding the way. This atmospheric tune offers up heavenly tones and lush melodies that will warm the soul during the cooler months and is a solid addition to any playlist centered on uplifting the mind.

With my new ‘Dokho’ project, I wanted to show the deeper side of my music. This EP is the product of that, a mixture of progressive and melodic house with trancy influences.


Listen to Changing on Spotify or your preferred platform, and let us know what your thoughts are on this EP from Dokho in the comments!

Stream Dokho – Changing on Spotify:

Dokho – Changing – Tracklist:

  1. Changing
  2. Celestial
  3. Changing (Extended Mix)
  4. Celestial (Extended Mix)
Dokho - Changing

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