Estiva Spins Up a Mix Ahead of Deep State’s ‘Reactor Vol. 2’

Estiva

Riding the release of his latest tune “Alone” on Deep State, Estiva throws down progressive mix for the ages that will sweep you off your feet.


Estiva has been a dominating force in the realm of trance and progressive house for over a decade. During this time he’s garnered support from major artists in the scene like Armin van Buuren while gracing labels that range from Enhanced Music and Intricate Records to Coldharbour Recordings and Armada Music. More recently, he’s taken a dive into the blossoming melodic house and techno realm with releases including the Sky EP on Anjunabeats and Tempus Delirium / Tide on Colorize – and now he’s expanding on that with his debut on Grum’s Deep State Recordings.

The latest work to come from the mind of Estiva, “Alone,” has arrived in style. This tune sees the progressive mastermind offer up an immersive soundscape for listeners to explore that begins with a soothing intro that chugs along to keep the pace. Estiva layers in more elements during the build-up of the track before falling out for a brief moment to allow the short vocal that says “I Love You” to take center stage. From there he drops back into the hypnotic beat to bring it to a close and leave listeners wrapped in its warm embrace.

Paired with the release of “Alone” is a remix from the Deep State boss himself, Grum. For this remix, he takes the original and adds his darker, ’80s-infused elements to transport listeners to another place in space and time. It’s dripping with dancefloor energy and you can only picture yourself on a packed dancefloor with neon lights swirling all-around when you’re listening to this one. Grum’s remix of “Alone” is the latest taste to arrive ahead of the release of Deep State Reactor Vol. 2. If this, along with Sebastien Silva’s Intrinsic” and Erik Lucas’Aim at Heaven” are any indication of what’s to come, it’s sure to be another stunner on the imprint.

To celebrate the release of “Alone,” Estiva spun up a Deep State Reactor mix that is filled with stunning tunes as well. Throughout its hour-long runtime, he offers up his own tunes such as “Nova” with Matt Fax and the aforementioned “Sky” and “Tempus Delirium,” as well as others from Anyma and Meg Myers, Remcord, Enamour, and more.

Listen to this exclusive mix from Estiva on SoundCloud, download or stream the original and Grum’s remix of “Alone,” and stay tuned for more off of Deep State’s Reactor Vol. 2 when it drops on January 21!

Stream EDMID Presents: Estiva’s Deep State Reactor Mix on SoundCloud:


Follow Estiva on Social Media:

Website | Facebook Twitter Instagram SoundCloud

Grant Gilmore’s authoritative voice as a media professional lends credibility not common to EDM journalism. As the founder of EDM Identity he has effectively raised the bar on coverage of the past decade’s biggest youth culture phenomenon. After ten years of working for nonprofit organization Pro Player Foundation, Gilmore launched EDM Identity as a media outlet offering accurate informative coverage of the rave scene and electronic music as a whole. Although they cover comprehensive topic matter, they have taken special care in interviewing the likes of Armin van Buuren, Adventure Club, Gorgon City, Lane 8 and Afrojack. In addition to household names, they have also highlighted unsung heroes of the industry through their ID Spotlight segment. Whether he’s covering it or not, you can expect to find Grant Gilmore attending the next big electronic music event. To find out what’s next on his itinerary, follow him via the social links below.

Leave a Reply