Archive | tech-trance

Mark Sherry & Tempo Giusto forge a raunchy tech trance mix in Prism Volume 2

Mark Sherry knows how to knock his audiences back with his raunchy selection of techno and trance, and shows no mercy on his latest Outburst compilation. He comes out swinging on his portion on Prism’s second iteration, opening with a raunchy “Any Time”— an original he made alongside David Forbes under their newly-minted moniker, Thick As Thieves. […]

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Warm up for Dreamstate with this set by Cold Blue [Exclusive]

Dreamstate is set to take off on November 24 — or, as trance fans call it, “Trancegiving.” Known as the mecca for the genre on this side of the pond, Dreamstate has consistently delivered a slew of cutting-edge talent across the trance spectrum. 2017 marks the gathering’s third birthday, and shows no sign of slowing down […]

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Cold Blue: A retrospective of his takeover leading to Dreamstate

 1Cold Blue: A retrospective of his takeover leading to DreamstateCold Blue‘s takeover of the trance world almost feels like it came out of nowhere. The rising German talent, born Tobias Schuh, spent years simmering below the surface, building over a decade of professional experience into a breakout that has caught global attention.Though he’d already clocked […]

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Armin van Buuren embarks on a 14 hour ASOT mission in honor of ADE [LIVE STREAM]

 Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is officially underway, with thousands of artists and fans filling up the city in celebration of their beloved music. Virtually every single genre under the sun in covered in this all-encompassing celebration, which began on October 18 and will continue into the 22.Armin van Buuren is in a particularly good position […]

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DA’s Hypnotic Grooves, vol. 6: Presenting the best in trance & progressive

Hypnotic Grooves is Dancing Astronaut’s bi-weekly space for nothing but true, unadulterated trance and progressive. Only the highest quality sounds are valued here, curated with a mission to show the thriving, yet often underexposed side of these genres. The first half of each mix starts off deep and progressive, featuring music from labels such as […]

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