In the first of a weekly series of blog posts where we’ll be taking a look at the most influential trance tracks of all time we take a look at “The Whiteroom”.
Andy Moor is undoubtedly one the UK’s finest ever trance exports. Grammy-award nominated (we think he should have won) Moor’s array of talents is exhaustive and is achievements staggering.
Arguably his best ever is The Whiteroom. A collaboration with Adam White, The Whiteroom has an instantly classic vibe, and the gradual, timeless build up builds such a heightened level of tension it instantly grabs you. It pulses with energy yet resounds with class and sophistication, the work of producers on the absolute top of their game.
The Whiterooms’ build up is quiet and almost mournful yet ultimately equates to a higher level of energy that every single time takes you to that other place that even your dreams couldn’t possibly match for the unreal.
Listening to The Whiteroom and not being captivated would be akin to rubbishing Trance as a whole – utterly incomprehensible. The Whiteroom is a track which depicts precisely the qualities and aims of Trance, the searing energy, the ability of the music to bind you all into a single happy mess of revellers.
A true classic to be enjoyed forever.