The EP marks his return to RÜFÜS DU SOL’s Rose Avenue Records
Colyn, a Dutch melodic techno producer, has released his new Cyclone EP on RÜFÜS DU SOL’s Rose Avenue Records.
Cyclone, a fascinating 28-minute journey into Colyn’s interstellar and extraterrestrial sounds, is a cyclone of the mesmerizing tones and renewing thoughts found in all of his productions. Colyn synthesizes a faultless combination of full-bodied basslines and sparkling melodies as the EP twists and turns across strong sonic worlds.
Cyclone provides a deep and mysterious listening experience, moving from the trance-inspired tones of ‘Cyclone‘ to the progressive builds of ‘Signal Received‘ and captivating textures of ‘Rushing‘ before concluding with ‘Action XI‘. Cyclone reflects Colyn’s forward-thinking, emotionally evocative signature from start to finish.
I’m happy to be back on Rose Avenue with a diverse four-track EP. The title track ‘Cyclone’ has been a staple in my sets over the last months, with its signature trance-inspired theme and a powerful climax it always delivers. ‘Rushing’ has my own vocals processed with a vocoder, supported by a breakbeat motive in the breakdown. ‘Signal Received’ is the indie part of this EP with an Italo bassline supporting a euphoric synth riff. ‘Action XI’ is has a lot of my signature in it, from the growling synths in the drop to the dreamy riff that highlights the breakdown – Colyn
With his nostalgic and euphoric distinctive sound, Dutch producer/DJ Colyn aims to transport audiences across space and time. Colyn has created a name with breathtaking releases on Rose Avenue, Armada, Cercle, and DGTL, as well as official remixes of Armin van Buuren, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Joris Voorn, and others since breaking out with releases on Tale of Us’ Afterlife.
Colyn has performed on stages all around the world, including Coachella, Tomorrowland, Romania’s Untold, and Tulum’s Zamna, as well as legendary venues like Ibiza’s H and New York’s Brooklyn Mirage. Cyclone, a rising member of the Rose Avenue family, follows Colyn’s recent appearance on the inaugural Rose Avenue Compilation Vol.1.