Revention

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Mark this one down as massive. 'Revention,' is a portrait of bustling drum loops, analog riffs, unique bass patterns and classy leads. The stabbing main line will send those hands skyward. The Nicholas Bennison mix is a tougher affair with a twisted arrangement and industrial sounds to tear and rip their way through the speakers. The Nicholas Bennison mix of 'Revention' was most recently featured on Christopher Lawrence's BBC Radio One Essential Mix & Kiss FM Mix.

Ferry Corsten - Licensed to his 'Infinite Euphoria' mix CD (Ministry of Sound).
Paul Van Dyk - Played on his "Soundgarden" show (Radio Fritz).
Christopher Lawrence - "Still hammering this."
Paul Oakenfold - Played on his "Presents" 93.1 FM radio show.
Max Graham - "Revention is bang on. Playing it to death."
Armin Van Buuren - "Will support."
D:Fuse - "Digging Revention. Nice groove and melody line."
John Askew - Played on his Kiss FM national radio show.
Jerry Bonham - Nicholas Bennison Remix rated 9/10.
Markus Schulz - Played on his Global DJ Broadcast radio show.

"This is definitely one of my favorite tracks of the year (Nicholas Bennison remix). I have been playing this off of CD-R for months, and now that it has finally been released on vinyl, I expect it to be in my crate for a good, long time. For me, this track defines underground trance: reminiscent of the classic Hook Recordings sound but updated and better. This one just keeps building, with no big, epic breakdown."
- Christopher Lawrence, Remix Magazine (August 2004)

"Well established artist Descent and label man Nicholas Bennison are on point with this one. Massive washes and a kick the size of the State Puff Marsh Mello Man after he stormed New York City in Ghost Busters drive this track while soothing stabs and melodies even its temper."
- Jonathan Ojeda, BPM Culture Magazine (August 2004)

"The three players in this fine release, Descent, Bennison and Propulsion Records have all been on the up and up recently. Descent making his mark on the production front, whilst Bennison has been hitting his straps production wise, and with DJing commitments plentiful as well, he is a busy man. He also runs the Propulsion label, and what a good label it is turning to be. Productions already from Mike Hiratzka, Justin Scott Dixon, with more from Chris Cowie and Bennison himself on the way – the future looks bright. “Revention” is another strong slab of vinyl, with the Bennison mix just taking the spoils for me with its tough, metallic bassline."
- Chris Sterio, djsinbox.com (July 2004)