Trance Wax begins rollout for debut album with ‘Beul Un Latha’
Trance Wax, a name that stands behind coveted runs of vinyl-only bootlegs, a benchmark-carving Essential Mix, OceanLab edits, and a general aura of mystique, is plotting an eponymous LP.
For years, Belfast’s Garry McCartney, also known as Ejeca, has dabbled in the dance scene under the Trance Wax banner, but only now is McCartney preparing to proffer an album under the alias. A landmark moment for Trance Wax for obvious reasons, the self-titled longform production is slated to land on November 6 via Anjunabeats.
The trance-fed first outing is led by “Beul Un Latha,” the introductory preview of Trance Wax sound that arrives in sync with a visual. The multi-sensory preliminary release offers a glimpse into McCartney’s debut extended undertaking as Trance Wax, and can be viewed below.
Trance Wax will be vocally punctuated by Moya Brennan, memorable for her work on Chicane’s “Saltwater,” and Jan Johnston. More details on Trance Wax‘s inclusions, some of which have already surfaced in sets from Above & Beyond and Armin van Buuren, are to come. In the meantime, listeners can pre-order the album here.
Featured image: Clarke James