Though they all share that same distinctive, well thought-out sound, there's another thing that binds this man's productions. 'So Serene' and 'Tranquility', as well as 'Crossroads' and 'The Distance' under his Rio Addicts moniker, all productions have at least a year between the date of release. If anyone takes the saying 'quality over quantity' at heart, it's Mark Otten. And that's exactly what makes his tracks stand out.
'Libertine' embarks a new sound, riding a deep yet uplifting sound. It has the typical drums you'd expect to hear in a quality Mark Otten tune, but a pace much higher than his previous productions. 'Libertine' hits in with a few big surprises, from highly sequenced vocals to phased out distortive beats, mixing the synthy type of trance with a 2011-fit energetic boost. It already conquered the hearts of Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance 2011 listeners, and it's about to hit yours.
Canadian producer Soundprank, one of the most talked about names in progressive music, gave 'Libertine' a firm progressive-house rework in his remix, making it an impossible task to stand still. Groovy, deep and absolutely delicious.