Gareth Emery & Ben Gold – Javelin (Original Mix)
The journey from 2010’s Northern Lights to second full-length offering Drive saw UK lionheart Gareth Emery shun all expectations with a genuinely invigorating crossover offering. Having toured the thing through iTunes chart glory and earlier singles “U,” and Krewella collaboration “Lights & Thunder,” British peer Ben Gold is the next to join the trail of an album proving to hold unprecedented stamina for the LA-based heavyweight.
Where his full-length debut tested genre boundaries, popular sound scopes and Gareth’s own practiced uplifting demeanor, “Javelin” emerges as the record’s definitive attempt at giving proceedings a progressive house set piece. Melodically charged and blissfully ascending with adequate energy, the duo strikes a considerably convincing balance between their mutual trance roots and the elevating composure that has hallmarked the sound through its timeline. As one of two rare digressions from the album’s crossover spree, “Javelin” is solid evidence that Gareth Emery can still weave a convincing club track like nobody’s business.
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