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[Review] Eco-Wolves (Artist Album)

New Jersey native Marcello Pacheco, better know as Eco in the music world, has certainly had a journey these past few years. The journey has been to get his highly anticipated follow up artist album,”Wolves” into the hands of eager fans. Though it is common for many artist albums to …

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[Review] Pinkque – The Aggressor

We once again have a look inside the Recoverworld backyard, more specifically at Extrema Global Music. Proving its worldwide nature, Extrema welcomes back Australian Producer and DJ Pinkque. Before we have a look at her newest single, let’s get to know her a little better. Hailing from Melbourne, Natasha Brekke …

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[Review] Mayer & Obi – Anubis

The Recoverwold Label Group and its legendary Discover family of imprints are names synonymous with quality music. Since that’s what we’re after here on TranceMag, we’re taking a peek at the latest from Discover White Label. Following a string of successful individual releases, Salvadorians Mayer and Obi decided the time …

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[Review] Memory Loss – Ambivalent

  One of Canada’s most iconic female DJs/Producers, Audrey Pai (Better known as Memory Loss) returns with her latest uplifting beauty, Ambivalent In a short period of time, Memory Loss has had many awesome releases on some of the biggest trance record labels, like Go On Air,  Aria Digital and …

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[Review] Carina – Freedom

  Carina is an exciting name in the trance scene, and no stranger to the global trance family. Her energetic and powerful sets have set trance floors around the world alight. To complement her set building abilities, Carina started working on her own. Before long,  she had her first release …

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John Dopping – Words In Colour Rephrased Volume 1

John Dopping – Words In Colour Rephrased Vol. 1 An exercise in musical story rebuilding is upon us, as Research & Development Records prepares to unleash Volume 1 of Words In Colour Rephrased. This first foray into rephrasing has Alan Ruddick, Chris Voro and DeCode trying their hand at the rather difficult assignment. But first, what is this Words …

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