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Trance

Post by Crockett » Apr 24th, '18, 18:56

Another electronic music genre with its own soul, where every song remains an anthem. Touching deeply melodies, gradually increasing long instrumental parts, effective introductions from the moments of silence, a lot of emotional sounds that are a fest for a listener.

Next genre you can dance normally on the dancefloor, because BPM is here the last important thing.

Literally in all meanings the opposite for most of Eurobeat produced since 20 years.


youtu.be/6vab38na-f4
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Re: Trance

Post by Kat » Apr 24th, '18, 19:21

Wake up in the morning with my book
I'll go to my school I'll go very fast
'Cos I've a lot study and I wanna be ready tonite
When the disco is open

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Re: Trance

Post by SuperEuroJimmy » May 6th, '18, 20:00

I like trance a lot, but I'm more a fan of the hands-up kind of style. Think Cascada. That doesn't mean some good Gouryella every now and then isn't welcome. :D

This is one of my favorites (:

youtu.be/MbDevJJR28U

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Re: Trance

Post by alpines » May 7th, '18, 08:47

SuperEuroJimmy wrote:
May 6th, '18, 20:00
I like trance a lot, but I'm more a fan of the hands-up kind of style. Think Cascada. That doesn't mean some good Gouryella every now and then isn't welcome. :D
Oh then you should come to the easterrave at Oberhausen, Germany.
It's annually always at the easter sunday and they always have a good lineup.

I was there 2015 and 2017 and especially last year the lineup was crazy.
Special D., Master Blaster, ItaloBrothers, aquagen, 89ers, pulsedriver, Empyre One, Basslovers United, Sunset Project and many more.

The atmosphere is crazy and you will almost only hear Hands Up on the dance area.

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Re: Trance

Post by SuperEuroJimmy » May 7th, '18, 18:58

Oooh, interesting! Especially since I live under an hour drive from Oberhausen! Thanks for the heads-up, even though I will probably forget it for next year ehehe.

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Re: Trance

Post by Bonkers » May 8th, '18, 03:54

One of my top trance tracks


youtu.be/Y9_ZCMtFjMA

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Re: Trance

Post by Crockett » Sep 24th, '18, 14:50

Hands Up is very cheerful, just more commercial for crowd.

Real Trance has already gone 10 years ago and it is the history of electronic music, also Hands Up with its roots in 2002.

Some nice events still are held, true.

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Re: Trance

Post by alpines » Sep 24th, '18, 20:59

Crockett wrote:
Sep 24th, '18, 14:50
Real Trance has already gone 10 years ago and it is the history of electronic music, also Hands Up with its roots in 2002.
What is "Real Trance" in your opinion?

From what I hear there are still plenty of producers out ranging from Hard, Uplifting, Progressive, Full On, all to Vocal Trance.
Generally the trend went more towards EDM / Big Room music and they call it Trance which is just flat out wrong.

But to say that it is gone is just wrong too because it is still there as it was years before, just not that prominent anymore because many new genres have emerged and the audience has strayed towards them - that's something unavoidable, it had to happen eventually.

Same goes for Hands Up, the listener count for radio stations like technobase.fm has dropped dramatically (to 1/10 in around ~8 years) and probably won't rise anymore. I stopped listening to Hands Up four years ago since my playlist didn't expand any further because I went through the years and mostly stuck with the old stuff except some new stuff which rarely added some new songs.

Thankfully this is not the case for me with EB and HT (we still have Independent/Doujin Euro and Techno if Avex fails us)

To the events:
I can only advise people to buy tickets for easterrave, the atmosphere is just breathtaking when the crowd goes wild.
It may not be a huge stage on the dance floor (the biggest there) but it is crushing nonetheless.
Always a nice treat to hear good Hands Up tunes once a year for me again.

The line up will be posted artist by artist starting Q4 2018. (Should start anytime soon!)
I will try my best to free up some time to make it there!

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Re: Trance

Post by Crockett » Sep 24th, '18, 23:21

alpines wrote:
Sep 24th, '18, 20:59
What is "Real Trance" in your opinion?

From what I hear there are still plenty of producers out ranging from Hard, Uplifting, Progressive, Full On, all to Vocal Trance.
Generally the trend went more towards EDM / Big Room music and they call it Trance which is just flat out wrong.
It seems that Trance lovers who danced or collected records in the period 1998 - 2004, today recognize a decline of this original genre. I still read the comments "Pure Trance isn't produced anymore", only transformed and contaminated by EDM and first of all Progressive House.

Yes, you can hear similarities and former Trance elements, but nothing more... Average every 5-7 years some trends disappeared in Europe together with whole genres.

None of these european dance genres which also got worldwide acclaim never been like Eurobeat. Nobody tried to change the style of club genre designed for dancefloor drastically and several times, using over the years the same name of original genre as the method of save the business. I think people are fully aware they won't buy anymore real Trance... Between 2004 and 2008 they might've purchased yet.

Exactly, the trend went towards something else and that one Trance became underground. If a producer/DJ creates and plays according to next mainstream trends, it's done for money, to stay on the commercial market, he isn't enthusiast...

Too many producers abandoned not only Trance but any previous popular electronic genres. I really doubt they all lost ideas, rather they don't want to make music for next generations and chase new trends, although they keep attending in events. I'm surprised and glad how the fans of actual Trance popularity age in early 2000's are strongly related with the sound back then, and they aren't interested further discography just because the same artist remains active...

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