Without light, there is no dark. And without lows, there are no highs. UK producer Ashley Wallbridge has taken an old Chinese philosophy and applied it to his latest production, coming full circle to reveal both the lighter and darker sides of progressive house with his new track 'Yin-Yang,' out April 15 on Gareth Emery’s Garuda Music.
Although a name in the international trance scene, Wallbridge has remained vocal about being open-minded when it comes to music and without limit in his production style.
"I don't ever want to feel like I'm stuck to one genre," Wallbridge said. "I create music that I love, and I think 'Yin-Yang' is a good demonstration of that."
'Yin-Yang' is a combination of two complementary forces. The 'Yin' can be heard in the intricate melodic piano breakdowns, while the 'Yang' exposes the tracks harder more aggressive side through huge energetic drops and wobbly riffs, both intertwining to deliver Wallbridge's signature big room house sound. It’s already garnered support from DJs such as Gareth Emery, Tritonal and W&W and is out April 15.