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CanwllCorfe 02-08-2009 11:39 PM

Trance!
 
Anyone on here as obsessed with it as I am?? I've been into it since around 2000. It's kinda hard to talk to anyone about it cause I live in a tiny town so if I ever mention it, someone always responds yeah!! Like Sandstorm and Zombie Nation! and I just put my head in my hands and walk away. I used to just be into uplifting like Andy Blueman, Aly & Fila, and Sean Tyas but eventually I starting liking tech. I also enjoy hardstyle, but only the most aggressive stuff like B-Front and DJ Rob, **** nu style :finger: Just some artists to check out if you are interested in it, but don't have any resources like I did when I first got into it

Uplifting/Epic : Jorn van Deynhoven, Andy Blueman, Aly & Fila, Dash Berlin, Philippe El Sisi, Chicane, ATB, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Above & Beyond (or Oceanlab which is the same people, just with Justine Suissa on vocals), Airbase, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Allan O' Marshall, John O' Callaghan, Andy Tau, The Blizzard, Fred Baker, Blank & Jones, Cerf Mitiska & Jaren (Matt Cerf and Shawn Mitiska with the amazing vocals of Jaren), Abbott & Chambers, Nitrous Oxide, Robert Nickson, Digital Art, Fast Distance, George Acosta, Graham Gold, Greg Downey, Sean Tyas, Hemstock & Jennings, John Askew, Lange, Stoneface & Terminal, DJ Eco, Martin Roth, Markus Schulz, Onova, Paul Miller, Robert Vadney, Ronski Speed, Rozza, Schiller, Smith & Pledger, Kiholm, Super8 & Tab, Carl B. , DJ Shah (a.k.a. Sunlounger), Tatana, Elevation, Manuel le Saux, Bjorn Akesson, Tom Colontonio, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Yans

Tech/Hard (with a few that have electro influences) [and also, hard trance/dance can be epic, just more aggressive bass] : Ron van Den Beuken, Ben Gold, Ronald van Gelderen, Rank 1, Jochen Miller, Paul Webster, Richard Durand, Marcel Woods, Marcus Schossow, Re-Ward, Dave Schiemann, Space Raven, S.H.O.K.K., A.S.Y.S., Kamui, Claudia Cazacu, CJ Stone, Dark by Design, Cosmic Gate, Denga & Manus, Vengeance, Derb, DJ Shog, Scot Project, DJ Wag, Dr. Willis, Dream Dance Alliance, Duderstadt, Arctic Moon, Kidd Kaos, Joe E, Alex Kidd, Ummet Ozcan, Ferry Corsten (sometimes has some epic), FJ Project, Graeme Harrison, Indecent Noise, Wippenberg, John Marks, Jon O'Bir (sometimes makes epic), Joop, Lee Haslam, Louk, Evol Waves, Mario Lopez, Megara vs. DJ Lee, Michael Tsukerman, Nostrum, P.H.A.T.T., Phynn, Pulsedriver, Shaun Baker, Special D, Thomas Bronzwaer, Three Drives, Derler & Klitzing, Van Der Karsten, Will Atkinson, Mac & Taylor, Deepforces, DJ Choose, DJ Dean, Ernesto vs. Bastian, Fusion 808, Pascal Feliz, Polymental, Mark Sherry, Randy Katana, Sied van Riel, Special D, W & W, Abel Ramos, Bobby V, Yoji Biomehanika, Mike Koglin, Ultraform, Vandall, Walt Jenssen

Progressive/House: Mat Zo, Robert Vadney, Adam Nickey, Undersky, Underwater, Anguilla Project, Mike Foyle, Signalrunners, Ashley Wallbridge, Myon & Shane54, D'Azoo At Night, Benny Benassi, Chris Lake, Deadmau5, Emotional Horizons, Filo & Peri, Interstate, Shawn Mitiska, Tyler Michaud, Junkie XL, Hybrid, Kaveh Azizi, K-System, Jose Amnesia, Leon Bolier, Kyau & Albert, Mark Norman, Michael Hill, Robbie Riviera, Santiago Nino, Simon Patterson, Slyder (the 2 people who produced under Slyder and also Cloud2Ground are now the vocalist and keyboard player of Shiny Toy Guns.. ever hear their song The One? they produced a progressive trance song in 2001 with the same lyrics), Temple One, Yahel, Bobina, Robert Miles, Inpetto, Thomas Sagstad, Joni Ljungqvist

Hardstyle : Zany, B-Front, Donkey Rollers, DJ Rob, Technoboy, Stana, DJ Thera, Gecko, Hardstyle Mafia, Zatox, Alpha Twins, Audio Damage, The Beholder, Brennan Heart (a.k.a. Blademasterz), Br41nh34dz, Brian M vs. McBunn, Builder, Deepack, Dozer, Equal Mindz, Hellraiser, Nasenbluten (gabber), Nightbass DJ Team, Primax, Tatanka, Activator, Nutty T, Showtek, The Machine, Apex Mind

jackhammer 02-09-2009 02:27 PM

I like Trance but find myself bored by it within half an hour. I personally like Armin Van Buuren and Sander Kleinenberg mixes. Ferry Corsten has done a few mixes that I like.

CanwllCorfe 02-09-2009 09:40 PM

Ahh if you like Armin van Buuren and Sander Kleinenberg then you are more into progressive house which is Trance's closest relative. I'm picky with it because it can get boring, I try to find the more beautiful and melodic tracks. Ferry Corsten is trance but lately has been delving into electro-ish stuff. His song Brainbox sounds almost like something Mr.Oizo would make.

Dr_Rez 02-10-2009 02:43 PM

Prefer psytrance. 1200 Micrograms type music. Now that takes talent.

CanwllCorfe 02-10-2009 04:55 PM

all music takes talent, it's just a matter of whether you like it or not. I looked them up on Discogs and I guess they're really into drugs aren't they.

Dr_Rez 02-11-2009 01:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CanwllCorfe (Post 594011)
all music takes talent, it's just a matter of whether you like it or not. I looked them up on Discogs and I guess they're really into drugs aren't they.

Regardless of being heavily drug oriented there very respectable within there genre.

elvi 02-11-2009 07:39 AM

i've got to be in the right mood for trance, but sometimes it is just what i need

CanwllCorfe 02-13-2009 01:33 AM

yeah that's how I used to be too. Rock and metal were my main things, and trance was my calm down music. Then it switched and now trance is my main music and rock/metal is just for when i'm in the mood for it. Although I pretty much always am, I'm quite selective.

Pornographie Nouveau 02-13-2009 11:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RezZ (Post 593897)
Prefer psytrance. 1200 Micrograms type music. Now that takes talent.

Eat Static is psytrance, right?

Expletive Deleted 02-14-2009 02:51 PM

I'm not really into Trance at all except some of the early 90s stuff (released on labels like Eye-Q, Harthouse, etc.), but I don't really mind Progressive House every now and then. I'm a big fan of Digweed's Transitions series, and I saw a James Zabiela set last year that I enjoyed (although it was a bit cheesy for my tastes).

I also like most of the stuff Kompakt Records releases, in recent years it seems to be getting pretty close to straight up Progressive House with guys like Boratto, etc.


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