Vini Vici teams up with Berg for a psytrance remake of “Sweet Harmony”
Expanding their presence within the electronic dance industry at every opportunity, the psytrance duo Vini Vici teamed up with Berg (real name Shlomi Berg) for their next release’sweet harmony.’ Adding its own distinctive twist to an absolute classic, this remake of the Beloved to hit anthem, will take listeners on the most fascinating yet meaningful journeys. Hailing from the Middle East, and Israel in particular, the two groups of artists have combined their undeniable talent(s), with the end product promising to make you feel a certain way.
Having graced the main stage of the world’s biggest festivals, Vini Vici have achieved legendary status over the years, with their signature psytrance sound being a main catalyst for all the success they have achieved so far within our community. Seeking to follow suit, Berg also created his own unique identity through each of his productions, and in turn found himself collaborating with some of the biggest names in the psytrance community and beyond. With this latest remake a clear indication of what each artist has set out to accomplish within the dance scene, “Sweet Harmony” delivers a progressive psytrance sound like no other, while the seductive vocals of the original track remain intact.
“’Sweet Harmony’ is one of those tracks that makes you close your eyes, feel light and full of energy. I think especially in days like these, the world needs a message, like the one that “Sweet Harmony” has to offer. – Vini Vici
Portraying the most moving messages in these uncertain times, Vini Vici and Berg have ensured that despite the current climate, or whatever situation we may be facing as individuals, there is always a silver lining. , and ‘Sweet Harmony’ is the perfect contributor to the better days ahead. With that in mind, the high-energy rendition of such a meaningful track is sure to leave listeners wanting more. Everything is ready to seduce the world in the most exciting way, be sure to pre-record “Sweet Harmony” here.
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