Those knee deep in the progressive underground, followers of guys like Hernan Cattaneo and Guy Mantzur, have been dying for this track to come out for some time. “Tell Me” has been turning heads on dancefloors for all year and is finally bringing some much deserved spotlight on veteran dance producer Galestian. Originally out of Los Angeles, Galestian began as a trance artist releasing under his full name Arthur Galestian, but since living abroad the last couple years, he's evolved his style to a deeper, earthier tone.
Having the perfect amount of atmosphere and energy, “Tell Me” allows itself to be profoundly more accessible than many other tracks in its respected genre, due mostly to it's noticeably commanding kick and rhythm section that'll thump hard on any professional sound system while not overshadowing the soft melodies and warming pads. Also supported by Mira J's enticing vocal hook that's not just incredibly catchy but sounds very reminiscent of classic late 90s electronica.
The remixes are quite strong too, with Ezequiel Arias' version putting greater emphasis on the groove and ambiance, while Francesco Sambero puts a Pryda like progressive spin on it with a dramatic and bolder build up and drop. Simply put, this is a track that'll age like fine wine and gives you a glimpse of greatness coming from Galestian, who even though is many years into his career, is just now finding his sweet spot.