DJ Pad releases new LP ‘The Hymn of Brotherhood’

The composer and producer of digital dance music known as DJ Pad has released his latest LP album, “The Hymn of Brotherhood.” The record contains no fewer than 26 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of just under three hours. It is the latest addition to DJ Pad’s rapidly growing repertoire which includes full-length records such as “Waiting to Be Discovered,” “A Trip in My House Part 1,” “A Trip in My House Part 2,” “Y,” and “Dubstep: First Strike,” all of which have been released in less than three years. A gorgeous, sprawling, lush sonic landscape composed in the true spirit of the trance-music tradition, “The Hymn of Brotherhood” is the newest reason music fans have to take special note of France’s number-one composer and producer of digital music, the unstoppable DJ Pad.

DJ Pad writes music in a vast array of different genres and styles. For each of these, his music is informed by entirely different artists. For “The Hymn of Brotherhood,” Pad’s most comprehensive collection of trance music, the artist cites ATB, Tiesto, and Armin van Buren as main artistic influences.

Speaking of his overall goals for “The Hymn of Brotherhood,” DJ Pad writes, “I wanted to show yet another face of my multiple producer personalities. [The Hymn] takes place on an epic journey to visit the wonderful world of Trance. I’ve gathered tracks I’ve made in the past three years and remastered the oldest ones.”

DJ Pad has produced more than 600 original tracks in approximately 30 varying genres. Most of these are of the electro house, trance, and dubstep persuasions, but his music blends the elements of each with those of the others in such a way as to create new amalgams from existing categories. He has been making music since 2008, and gleans inspiration from such legends of digital music as Afrojack, Sebastian, Swedish House Mafia, Infected Mushrooms, Psycraft, Hallucinogen, Cosmic Gate, Atomic Cat, Angerfist, Hanz Zimmer, Mike Oldfield, and many more.

“The Hymn of Brotherhood” by DJ Pad becomes available worldwide 24 May 2015. Digital music fans should definitely get in early.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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