KELTEK remixes D-Block & S-te-Fan's "Angels & Demons" production for their fourth studio album Enter Your Mind on Scantraxx.
The fourth studio album by D-Block & S-te-Fan begins to fit many pieces to be crowned this year. Producers are many steps away from fully releasing enter your mind through Scantraxx. So far, they have provided Believe & Diamond Hearts, as solo productions. As for the remixes, they have honored a classic like Takin’ Off, thanks to your good friend Dj isaac.
All of these tracks have been featured on recent live broadcasts: Scantraxx We Create Memories & Intent Festival. Getting great support and very good results, the album continues to be one of the best projects of the year. This week, it's time for a new remix and the manager is nothing more and nothing less than KELTEK.
Sven Sieperda, known professionally as KELTEK, entered the scene through Scantraxx in 2017 with the song Down To Earth, under this alias. In these four years, wonders have passed around the producer's professional career. Producing the Anthem for Reverze, Defqon.1, Intent Festival, as well as attending the best events such as Qlimax. He has been one of those in charge of paying tribute to the best event in Q-dance, with experience Qlimax The Source in his song The Alignment.
The song he has chosen to remix is Angels & Demons, which was specifically the production that gave rise to the born of Ghost Stories. The track was produced by D-Block & S-te-Fan after a period where they did not find much connection with the Hardstyle and the final result: Golden Record. KELTEK couldn't contain the excitement that he could remix the production, and he felt that he was under a lot of pressure because of the demands it required.
During the chapter, KELTEK mentions that he always does the mastering by himself and that he has had difficulty doing it with D-Block & S-te-Fan. He affirms that the mastering of the producers is very good and it has been a great difficulty for him to reach that level.
He has kept the essence of the track following the same patterns, but taking the production to his own style. The vowels alternate with the listener's attention Angels & Demons and especially the drop. They liked it a lot when the melody hits and you think the other kicks are going to come but continue with the melody until it breaks completely.