Shogun - "Erhu" World Debut on Armin Van Buuren's ASOT 650 Radio Show

February 3, 2014 -

Shayne Gold

As part of last weeks ASOT 650 radio show, Armin Van Buuren debuted an amazing new track by Shogun titled “Erhu”.  Which is rumored to be part of a new Shogun album in the works under ARMIND Records. The melody of the song steals your attention from the moment you press play. The beautiful sound of a 2 stringed Chinese musical instrument named the “Erhu” guides listeners on a journey filled with tension and dysphoria.  After creating a brilliant melody, Shogun conjured up the biggest darkest drop that I‘ve ever heard him use in one of his productions.  The big drop is what really sets this track apart from his previous work.  It’s great to see Shogun exercising all his talent and experimenting with new styles. I’m sure this track is going to climb charts, and maybe even get an uplifting trance remix. After hearing this track, I can’t wait to hear what else Shogun has in store on his upcoming album!

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