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post #31 of 58
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I've heard of Nhato before, will definitely check these out later. Some underground names there.

I'm not surprised if you've heard of Nhato; he's been making waves lately. All three have actually had a release reach no. 1 on the Beatport trance chart as well as the top 10 on the top 100 releases chart if I'm not mistake, so each has already managed to make a bit of a name for themselves. I hope to see some nice new music from them this year.

post #32 of 58

Oh, yes, Pop The Cat's Adventure / Trampoline was a really great single, but Trampoline was the one I found to be better.

 

 

Just found this one while scrolling through my folder. What a pleasant surprise hearing it after a very long while. This track back then in 2004 was simply outstanding and oh, how outstanding it is now. Harry Lemon's remix is also really nice, it's more proggy though. He takes you on a 12 minutes long journey.

post #33 of 58
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post #34 of 58

It's not dead, but it has changed and in a very bad way in my opinion.

post #35 of 58
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I think its better today :)

post #36 of 58

I think the difference in trance from then and now have each of their own signature. I enjoyed it back then and still enjoy it now. 

post #37 of 58

I think it's bad nowadays.

 

I prefer hardtrance but here are some not only hardtrance, though, very good oldschool classix

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

:D

post #38 of 58
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I think its better today :)

Wow, really? I don't mean to be disrespectful, but most of the stuff coming out today is just noisy. I'm unable to handle it, makes me feel sick. Of course, there are exceptions.

post #39 of 58
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Wow, really? I don't mean to be disrespectful, but most of the stuff coming out today is just noisy. I'm unable to handle it, makes me feel sick. Of course, there are exceptions.

 

Please provide a song that you like versus a modern track that you consider bad. Thanks. 

post #40 of 58
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Please provide a song that you like versus a modern track that you consider bad. Thanks. 

That'll be very easy to do.

 

Old:

 

New:

post #41 of 58
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Originally Posted by frequencies View Post
 

I think it's bad nowadays.

 

I prefer hardtrance but here are some not only hardtrance, though, very good oldschool classix

 

 

 

Can't say I am a fan of hard trance :[ Gave a listen to your list. How old are these tracks?

post #42 of 58
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That'll be very easy to do.

 

 

 

I guess..... The old track you posted is very uplifting. The new track is what DJs nowadays like to produced. Some call it "big room trance" made for massive and such. I personally like vocals and such in trance songs, but find the bass line for that song very ugly. So yeah, I guess it was fairly easy to pull track from old and new for a comparison, but IMO they are very different styles. Thanks for posting and some music enlightenment. 

post #43 of 58
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I guess..... The old track you posted is very uplifting. The new track is what DJs nowadays like to produced. Some call it "big room trance" made for massive and such. I personally like vocals and such in trance songs, but find the bass line for that song very ugly. So yeah, I guess it was fairly easy to pull track from old and new for a comparison, but IMO they are very different styles. Thanks for posting and some music enlightenment. 

No problem at all. By the way, the new track I just posted was the last new release I listened this week and sounds just like the other ones that get released these days. Sean Tyas was really promising when his track, "Lift" got huge supports in 2006. Since then, his "career" fell into this so called Trouse stuff.

 

So this is "Lift", the track that opened Sean many ways of becoming an amazing Trance artist. I, myself really love this track as well.

post #44 of 58

I've listened to very little hard trance but Freezer is a real wizard when it comes to the genre.

 

post #45 of 58
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Originally Posted by mRcz View Post
 

No problem at all. By the way, the new track I just posted was the last new release I listened this week and sounds just like the other ones that get released these days. Sean Tyas was really promising when his track, "Lift" got huge supports in 2006. Since then, his "career" fell into this so called Trouse stuff.

 

 

So this is "Lift", the track that opened Sean many ways of becoming an amazing Trance artist. I, myself really love this track as well.

 

Trouse. First time I heard that was on Tiesto's podcast. Anyway, here is one of my favorites. I think he is one of the few DJs still producing trance. :]

 

 

 

and a new favorite. :]

 


Edited by AsianBatman - 1/7/14 at 2:39pm
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