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Ferry Corsten presents Gouryella

Ferry Corsten presents Gouryella
Trance is ready for a memorable comeback. As if aspiring to ride the wave of the forthcoming revival, trance icon Ferry Corsten has reported that he will bring back his Gouryella project to the end of 2016, and will soon be announcing a number of live shows set to take place all over the world. You can enjoy a huge collection of Ferry Corstens radioshows on our site.
The Gouryella project was basically a 1999 alliance of Corsten and Tiësto, who was himself arguably the most famous name in trance at one point. Following Tiëstos 2001 departure from the project, Corsten worked with another Dutch producer named John Ewbank before putting it of for 13 years. Ferry Corsten also explained the differences between himself as an artist and Gouryella:
"In a Ferry Corsten track, I would use certain elements that would be used in a house track or an electro track or a big-room track. I would use those elements and still make it trance-y, but it still has that other character. That is not something I would do in a Gouryella track, a Gouryella track is very specific and different."
After presenting the single through the project titled Anahera, he made the decision to relaunch it first, last and for all the time.
October 2 Corsten presents Gouryella live show in Manchester, UK.