Ferry Corsten remixes BLVD. and Laidback Luke ‘Cielo’

Ferry Corsten Gives A Mesmerizing Progressive Trance Remix to BLVD. and Laidback Luke's "Cielo," Announcing BLVD.'s 9-Track Remix EP "BLVD. Remixed Vol. 2"

Ferry Corsten
Ferry Corsten

A deep progressive official remix of the original version of “Cielo,” a 2021 collaboration between BLVD. and Laidback Luke, by Dutch veteran DJ and producer Ferry Corsten, serves as the opening track on BLVD upcoming remix EP, which includes 9 brand-new remix of BLVD’s singles and tracks from his studio album “Area Code,” which was released back in 2021.

The independently released version of “Cielo” by Ferry Corsten takes the listener on a hypnotic journey through cinematic melodies, undulating basslines, and ethereal vocals that transport them to a setting reminiscent of Arabian evenings. To create a tune that is a magnificent combination of expressive ambiance and dancefloor-friendly character, Corsten skillfully fuses the elements of progressive house and trance sounds. Ferry’s “Cielo” remix is out now on September 09 on the NFT-fueled Purple Fly label, and the rest of the remixes from the “BLVD. Remixed Vol. 2,” including remixes from Henry Fong, BLVK JVCK, REDTAPE, FOMO, NXSTY, and more, will come out on September 16.

Purple Fly is an independent imprint that uses the most exciting area of cryptocurrencies as a platform for a variety of electronic music. The label’s goal is to support collaborations of all forms of art, connecting music and stunning visuals for an immersive experience that spans the sonic realms of trance to trap. Each time a new song is released, Purple Fly posts NFT immediately on its website, giving artists direct access to their fan base while allowing them to express their creativity.

BLVD.

BLVD., who is now a label regular, is known for his raw, gritty bass/trap music. From the beginning of his career, he received support from both fans and industry tastemakers, and he still pushes artistic limits with each new track. Nearly 6 million people have listened to his hit song “Lights Out” on Spotify thus far. Keep an eye out for more groundbreaking releases coming soon from Purple Fly, BLVD. and more heavy hitters and emerging artists alike.


Since his second album under the System F moniker, “Out of the Blue,” entered the UK Top 20 singles chart in 1999, Ferry Corsten has constantly been at the top of his game. Remixes for U2, Moby, Faithless, Duran Duran, and Public Enemy quickly followed. He keeps challenging the limits of electronic music, as evidenced by his 2020 ambient album “As Above So Below” released under the pseudonym FERR By Ferry Corsten. Ferry has long been a fan of cinematic sounds, and in 2017 he completed Ferry Corsten – Blueprint, his fifth artist album.

As part of his ongoing commitment to uniting the trance community, Ferry continued his UNITY project in 2020. He had previously collaborated with Paul Oakenfold, Ilan Bluestone, Gabriel & Dresden, Sander van Doorn’s Purple Haze, and EJECA’s Trance Wax pseudonym. Ferry engaged with her audience in 2020, which led to a collaboration on “Free” with more than 20 musicians. Ferry used last year to push the envelope of his sound, highlighted by launching his weekly Resonation Radio show from Armada’s studios. As evidence of Ferry’s diverse taste, he recently collaborated with We Are Loud on the melodic techno anthem “I Don’t Need You” and asked Alan Fitzpatrick to remix the classic “Gouryella.”