Neo-trance from the label that does it best.
But there's something about Miracle Of The Rose that's funkier than most other Afterlife releases. On "Divin," it's the clap that adds a housey touch to an otherwise chrome-like background. The title track is deeper, only this time the groove is crisp, a motorised chug that keeps things steady while synths ring out above. Then there's "Noise," the EP's highlight. There's more energy and the drums kick harder, trance chords entwining with vocals as the energy goes up, down and up again. Miracle Of The Rose shows that, while Afterlife might have dance music's most predictable sounds, there's still space for Stephan Bodzin's followers to explore.