Continuing his steady slew of releases on his re-launched Subliminal imprint, revered DJ and producer Erick Morillo has teamed up with Junolarc, Chris Child and Ora Solar for his latest offering ‘Gone’. Released earlier this month, the track has been supported by BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard.
With an art of producing both big room cuts and underground melodies, Erick brings both aspects together to create a euphoric track built upon twinkling synths and a jacking rhythm. Ora Solar’s soaring vocals are layered lusciously over the top, adding an emotive feel.
The accompanying music video follows the journey of an empowering woman preparing for a ‘Fight Club’ style brawl. Filmed in ominous shades of black and grey, the video emulates the strong leading vocals from Ora Solar and escalation of crashing synths, building into a moment of victory. 
A collaborative project, ‘Gone’ sees Erick join forces with Greek producer Chris Child and New York singer Ora Solar. Also featured is Subliminal affiliate Junolarc with whom Erick has previously collaborated with on ‘Better Life’ and ‘Blinded’. 
Having been in the scene for over a decade now, Erick’s strong work ethic and energy is still prevalent today as he continues to push the sound he was at the forefront of in the 90’s. With the return of his Subliminal label in 2015 – kicking things off with a release every two weeks – Erick joined up with some of the best current underground names in the scene including Eli & Fur for the incredible ‘Thunder & Lightning’. Continuing to build upon his signature big room sound with the release of ‘Gone’, there’s no sign of stopping anytime soon.