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Old 04-14-2010, 09:29 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Move to Scotland. We have a masi trance scene But in all seriousness I have no idea why or what to do. I have no idea what its like to be into a genre of music nobody else shares.

Edit: except when I use this. Kayleigh = Outcast

lol, born in Ascot ENG, raised in Paisley
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Old 04-15-2010, 06:59 AM   #12 (permalink)
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lol, born in Ascot ENG, raised in Paisley
What you doin in Montreal then??

What sorta accent do you have then?
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Old 04-15-2010, 05:57 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I think it's because everyone in the U.S. need instant gratification; fast food, songs are short and basic, and it seems like things are never moving fast enough for some people. Trance is very "layered" and atmospheric. People seem to like melodies that are EXTREMELY simple and some words so that they can sing to it. Every time I show it to someone they tend to say something along the lines of "I feel like I'm in a club", "I need some glow sticks", "Does it sound like this the whole time? Does it change?", "8 minutes long? What the ****" and so on. It's just one of those genres that people in the U.S. don't get. However I think the line between pop music and electronic music is getting smaller and smaller so I think, in time, some of it may be popular. I know back in the early 00s some of the REALLY popular stuff was being played but not anymore.
So, what genre gets played in clubs in the US then? House, hip-hop?
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So, what genre gets played in clubs in the US then? House, hip-hop?
Hip hop and reg***ton, at least where I'm from. Though there is one club that has a goth/industrial/80s night.
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Hip hop and reg***ton, at least where I'm from. Though there is one club that has a goth/industrial/80s night.
Oh god, I'm glad I live in the Netherlands. We have a pretty awesome club scene here.
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What music gets played in the country where it's actually legal to smoke up?
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You get so many people here in the US that say they can only really listen to this kind of music when they are rolling. Pathetic, really. Get an attention span.
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What music gets played in the country where it's actually legal to smoke up?
Well, currently house is very mainstream. Trance has always been a bit of an outsider, but with a loyal fanbase. Electro, I think, will be the next big thing. But yeah, we have a lot of good parties here. Just went to Trance Energy a few weeks ago.
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You get so many people here in the US that say they can only really listen to this kind of music when they are rolling. Pathetic, really. Get an attention span.
I KNOW! I hate that to no end

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Well, currently house is very mainstream. Trance has always been a bit of an outsider, but with a loyal fanbase. Electro, I think, will be the next big thing. But yeah, we have a lot of good parties here. Just went to Trance Energy a few weeks ago.
The Netherlands has so many amazing artists! Ferry Corsten, Rank 1, Joop, Rotterdam Terror Corps, Marcel Woods, Armin van Buuren, Misja Helsloot, Zany, Randy Katana, Junkie XL, DJ B-Front, Noisecontrollers, Marco V, Ron van Den Beuken, Walt Jenssen, John Marks, Neophyte, Jan Oostdyk, Sander van Dien, DJ Rob, Ummet Ozcan, Sander Kleinenberg, A-Lusion, Bas & Ram, Carlo Resoort a.k.a. 4 Strings, Jorn van Deynhoven, Joost van der Vleuten, Mark Norman (Mark de Jong and Norman Lenden), Maarten de Jong, Dash Berlin, DJ Thera, First State, Geck-O, and naturally, Tiesto.

Our clubs, if they play electronic, will either play commercialized stuff like Cascada or maybe House.
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Oh god, I'm glad I live in the Netherlands. We have a pretty awesome club scene here.
I'd move to the Netherlands in a heartbeat just for the music scene. htid and that...
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