TRACK REVIEW: Perrelli & Mankoff Present: P&M Project ft. Juliet Lyons – The Other Half Of Me


Perrelli & Mankoff have been experimenting in the studio lately, presenting themselves as P&M Project. Their new release, The Other Half Of Me features Julliet Lyons. The original track is progressive house/trance, delivered at 123 BPM. The slower BPM creates a very bouncy track, and combined with the angelic vocals it is definitely a different spin from the usual P&M style. The soft guitar with bends create a very summer-inspired track, perfect for the unusual warmth being experienced during this less-than-Canadian winter. This track will be great to throw in the car with the windows rolled down.

The release also offers a remix by NoMosk, ramping the BPM right up to 138 for some serious uplifting trance. A symphony of high hats and the powerful snare that is classic to uplifting trance is coupled with the original vocals. The breakdown is done very effectively, with a ensemble of strings leading right to the buildup and release. I would love to hear the remix live at a show, especially paired with lasers scorching across the room and smoke pouring off the stage.

This is exciting content from Perrelli & Mankoff, as this duo is always very crafty. I hope to hear more content from P&M Project as the pair continue to diversify their sound even further.

You can pick up your copy of The Other Half Of Me here.


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Edmund Wong – EDMTOR


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Edmund has been an electronic music fan since his childhood. He is first and foremost a music lover and has been especially influenced by trance. The Toronto music scene has become a big part of his life, and now he gives back through his writing. Never could he have imagined the power dance music would have on him. You can find him wherever the hottest show in town is on any given night, ready to dance the night away with you.

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