Like with earlier releases, ‘Fire' (feat Simon Le Bon) and 'Punk', Ferry Corsten has managed to levitate himself beyond the trance genre, probably gaining respect from contemporaries in house, EDM and underground circles. His latest release, 'Timeout', in collaboration with Dustin Husain, adds another layer to this spectrum of sounds that has contributed to his career over the past two decades.
The track pulsates with a progressive groove and a piano melody, leading the track to quickly hit its pace with an energetic drive. Ferry and Dustin draw on influences from the classic piano house era as they interlace lashings of energy into a female-led vocal house track.
Ferry: "This one is simple. We wanted to make a track that halts people from the mundane of their working week, studies, or whatever else they need a release from and signals that it's time for the weekend. So, get ready to party!"
Los Angeles-bred Dustin Husain emerged from 2019 as possibly one of the rising stars in the uplifting trance community. With support from many of his peers, including Armin van Buuren, Sean Tyas, Aly & Fila, Markus Schulz, Paul van Dyk, and releases on Flashover, FSOE, and Armada Music, he has also shared the billing with names like Orjan Nilsen, John O'Callaghan, Factor B, and Omnia.