Ping Trace – How You Feel

Ping Trace / How You Feel -

Terraform Records
Deep House, Progressive, House
Denver, United States
Release Date: 2010-09-29
Cat No: TF027
Now available globally including
Beatport , iTunes , Amazon , Juno

Christopher Lawrence (Pharmacy Music, US) — 4/5 “Great tracks
Mousse T. (Peppermint FM/1live/N-Joy, Germany) 4/5 — “Niceness
DJ Kaori (Shibuya FM, Tokyo) 5/5 “excellent!!!!!!!
StereoK ( FM/Global Beats FM, Greece) “Really loved this EP! So radio friendly!!! Ping Trace is one of my fav projects at the moment.
Clara Da Costa (Ibiza Sonica Radio, Spain/Ibiza) 5/5 “Beautiful vocal deep house. Great chords and tight beats. 100% support on Ibiza sonica radio.
DJ philE (Deep House Cat Radio Show, US) “Lies is killer!
Jamie Topham (CD Pool/JT Music Media Mgmt, UK) 5/5 “Love these guys. Simple, solid arrangements everytime… The sort of electronic house I like!
Soulfulbros (Soul District Radio Show) -- “This is an amazing discovery for me. Ping Trace remind me of Everything But The Girl with a deeper attitude.

The latest release from Colorado’s Terraform Records is electronic music trio Ping Trace’s follow-up to their acclaimed “We Are Human” single. A pair of gorgeous cuts, “How You Feel” and “Lies,” further establish Ping Trace as a rising talent among song-based electronic acts. Lynnae Rome’s fantastic vocals propel these cuts above the norm, enhancing the already potent musical production of members Steven “Sven” Cleveland and Jeremy Golden.

Ping Trace had originally been envisioned as a chill, downtempo act but a visit to Miami’s Winter Music Conference, exposing the songwriters to many exciting, new deep house sounds, inspired a change of direction. “How You Feel” is the spectacular result. Mixed at Denver’s renowned Side 3 studios and expertly mastered at Metropolis, the single has a quality and depth that sounds stirring in both headphones and booming club systems.

Ping Trace side project Fabr.IQ features Sven and Jeremy creating more tech-house oriented tracks aimed squarely at late night dance floors. The pair flex their four-on-the-floor mojo with a tasty full-on remix of “How You Feel.” The version builds with a heavy abandon suitable for first rate warehouse moments. It’s a big room boiler, creating a prime opportunity for nightclub DJs to introduce Ping Trace to peak time floors.

Enjoy the unique and haunting sound of Ping Trace, an important act that’s just beginning to make an impact on dance floors, radio stations, and home stereos worldwide.

Available Worldwide September 29th 2010. For more on Ping Trace visit

Ping Trace -- How You Feel

Ping Trace -- How you feel [Fabr.IQ Remix]

Ping Trace -- Lies

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