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Returning to the release radar with his first offering of the year, established force Shogun is back with a remix of Conjure One & Jeza’s new single ‘Wolves at the Door’. The massive rendition reconstructs the original’s syncopated bass pulse and downtempo nature by increasing the intensity, introducing a thumping bassline with a culmination of striking synths. Shogun’s latest offering follows the December release of his original production, ‘Dreamland’. Injecting his signature trance flair into ‘Wolves at the Door,’ the new iteration is now available across all streaming platforms via Black Hole Recordings.


Transforming the darker tones and emotive sensibilities of the original track, Shogun takes ‘Wolves at the Door’ and delivers a club-ready trance hit. The remix sees the addition of a warped bassline, surrounded by a pulsating rhythm. With oscillating synths and a propelling soundscape, Shogun’s rendition adds a new dimension to the track, taking listeners to a hypnotizing atmosphere with layered, pulse-raising percussive elements. Showcasing Shogun’s musical style, he’s delivered another palpably addictive, anthemic hit that is sure to set dance floors ablaze.

"For this remix, I wanted to produce a faster techno, future rave, trance style since 'Delerium - Silence' is one of my all-time favorite songs. I drew inspiration from a lot of the Conjure One & Delerium classics so I kept the bpm at a faster pace while minimizing the vocals a bit.. this way it would be ready for the dance floor. I really loved the original, so wanted to keep that emotional aspect but also make it more banging at the same time." - Shogun

ABOUT SHOGUN – Four time DJ Mag Top 100, international DJ and producer Shogun has headlined all the major music festivals worldwide, including Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, EDC, ULTRA, and A State Of Trance. The California-based DJ/producer is the first Asian American on the internationally known Armada Record Label, and is also signed to Blackhole, Sony, Universal and CMC music. Having produced for multiple Grammy nominated and winning acts, there hasn’t been a track of his that hasn’t landed in the Beatport and iTunes Top 10, all smashing the charts. He has also been nominated twice for the World Music Awards - World’s Best Electronic Dance Music Artist. With the DJ skills to rock the best clubs and festivals in the world, the future is already written for Shogun.

ABOUT CONJURE ONE – Rhys Fulber spent nearly two decades as a member of pioneering acts Delerium and Front Line Assembly before emerging as Conjure One. Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, he spent his early years surrounded by instruments. Influenced by his father’s recorded collection, Fulber began playing drums and went on to learn the way of working in a studio. As a teenager he found himself discovering the first wave of the electronic underground culture, leading him to join electro-industrial band Front Line Assembly after meeting founding member Bill Leeb at a local alternative fashion store. As they took on tours of Europe and the US, the band landed a cemented position in industrial dance. Finding themselves in a period of experimentation, the band went on to develop side project, Delerium, as an outlet for more ambient textures and soundscapes. But by 1996, Fulber decided to leave the band to pursue a solo career as Conjure One, setting up a studio in Amsterdam. Soon after, his debut album, Conjure One, was released in 2002, featuring hit track ‘Tears from the Moon’ featuring Sinéad O’Connor. Now returning after his 2015 album on Armada Music, Holoscenic, Conjure One recently released his new track ‘Wolves at the Door’ in collaboration with JEZA.

ABOUT JEZA – Singer-songwriter Jess Bennett, Jeza, was born in London to an American mother and an English-Chinese father. She grew up in the US, learning to sing and play piano with her mother, who is a classically trained singer. While in high school in Washington DC, Jeza recorded vocals on Team SR's 'Leaving London' which went on to receive numerous spins on Judge JulesBBC Radio 1 show. At Georgetown University, Jeza wrote and recorded an album as one half of the folk duo, Parliament Hill. Known for her haunting vocals, Jeza first collaborated with Will Holland on ‘Start Again’, chosen as Song of the Week on A State Of Trance. She has since been featured on Tritonal's ‘Piercing the Quiet,’ which hit the Top 10 iTunes Dance chart in the US and worldwide. Jeza then went on to be featuring on Tritonal’s track ‘Can’t Keep It In,’ reaching #1 on the Beatport Trance chart and was selected as Record of the Week on Judge Jules’ radio show. In 2014 Jeza was featured on Said The Sky and ILLENIUM’s ‘In Your Wake,’ with over 7 million Spotify streams to date. While relatively new to the EDM scene, Jeza has received consistent support from A-list producers including Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Paul Van Dyk, Matt Lange, and more.