DJ and producer Steve Carniel is releasing “Galactical” with Neurals Records, trance label of Media Records EVO Group. Another song comes from the magic cylinder of the A&R label, the DJ and producer Mario Più. The Steve Carniel is moving in the maze of trance turning to progressive places. This track is extremely dangerous and elegant, and it’s also very personal: a very refined sound and perfect to warm up the atmosphere of any event, small or large. The chords are simple, the loop advances inexorably causing an absolute brainwashing.
When was “Galactical” created?
“Immediately after I had the pleasure to work on the remix version of ‘In the Sky’ by Andrea Mazza. About two weeks after the delivery of the remix, I immediately wanted to try a new sound, fixing a lot on deeper and softer sounds, trying o find a different style, something original. The progressive sound was created when T.F.F. and I talked on Skype; he asked me to create something together in this style. Later, with T.F.F we created ‘Fusion’, that was used by Solarstone for his compilation ‘Pure Trance Vol 4’ mixed by Solarstone himself and Gai Barone”.
Do you have any ideas for the public in terms of an album?
“Making an album requires a lot of efforts, on a creative and mental level, from the search for sounds to the character you want to assert. Maybe in the future I might think about it”.
Are you exploring the uplifting trance scene?
“This genre may have an impact for me in the future”.
You approached the trance world between 2001 and 2005 when m2o was founded. Is this true?
“There were good relations with Zero Db radio show by Mazza & Martinelli. At the time I was doing other kinds of music, dance and house. They asked me to create their own single trance, ‘Good Fun’;’To Fight’ by Spin Factory followed”.
Was it important to work with Mario Più?
“The opportunity came up after a remix for Andrea Mazza”.
Is there a culture on electronic music in Italy?
“Here, music is perceived as an event or an experience: it’s only an image. In other countries, electronic music is experienced professionally. Not in Italy”.
How will trance change in the near future?
“Time will tell. I’ve never been interested in this kind of change. Will the public decide? What will be the trend? We do not know”.