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Out Now: Lange & Susana – ‘Risk Worth Taking’

Top UK producer Lange is back with his third single of 2013 on Lange Recordings with Dutch songstress, Susana. One of trance’s most sought after vocalists, Susana is widely recognised from her many chart topping successes ‘Shivers’, ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’, ‘Closer’ and more. Whilst also being one of the first vocalists to release not one, but two artists albums ‘Closer’ & ‘Brave’, Susana is also credited to touring worldwide, and being a part of two consecutive Armin Only Tours from 2008 through to 2011. Now teaming up with Lange for the first time, the practiced trance pros have delivered their hard-hitting collaboration ‘Risk Worth Taking’ out now on Beatport and on all other retailers on May 27. The official music video has also been released and can be viewed below.

‘Risk Worth Taking’ is a dark contrast to Lange’s last harmonious single, ‘Our Brief Time In The Sun,’ demonstrating an edgier sound with an underground techno feel. Susana’s strong and emotional vocals combined with robotic synths, sharp snares, and piano breakdowns form a flawless combination that will cause trance lovers everywhere to rejoice.

Already receiving radio support by Armin van Buuren (ASOT), Markus Schulz (GDJB) and Gareth Emery (GEP), ‘Risk Worth Taking’ is proof of Lange’s confidence and ability to expand boundaries while maintaining the highest level of production. With Susana’s powerful vocals and Lange’s ear for quality, this duo makes a legendary dream team indeed.

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Arno Wesselink

With a passion for electronic dance music and a love for technology, I'm always on the lookout for the next big thing. From festival lineups to new releases, I'm dedicated to keeping you up-to-date on the latest news and trends. Let's move to the rhythm of innovation together and keep the music alive! - (Contact:

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