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July, 2017

  • 11 July

    [Review] Kyau & Albert – Matching Stories

    The mighty Kyau & Albert return on point and better than ever with the announcement of Matching Stories, following a career of more than 20 years, the 5th studio album from the German duo, delivers their most versatile album to date. Since the release of their first single as a …

  • 10 July

    TranceMag Interviews: Jochen Miller

    This week, we got to catch up with one of the hardest working guys in Trance, the incredibly talented Jochen Miller. He proves that applying the same work ethic to his physical and mental state, certainly pays off in all areas, and when we listened to his current work, there …

  • 5 July

    TranceMag Interviews: Jacob Henry

    In an industry where watered down, cookie cutter hits lead the masses down a path where the only thing quicker than your rise to fame, is how easily you get forgotten, a select few truly believe in music that will last longer than a fleeting moment when the beat drops. …

  • 4 July

    [Review] Johan Gielen – Magnitude (Architect Remix)

    Not many names hold quite as much weight as Johan Gielen. From his pioneering work with Airscape , Svenson & Gielen, and countless main stage appearances , including his staple sets at Trance Energy, there’s no doubt Johan Gielen holds a special place in the hearts of many endearing Trance fans. And if …

June, 2017

  • 27 June

    [Review] Jochen Miller & JES – Head On

    Neither Jochen Miller‘s hard hitting prodution, nor Jes‘ incredibly powerful vocals need any introduction…Both artists have been staples within the Trance community for quite some time, undeniably delivering some of the genres most memorable moments, and while both have dabbled outside their musical roots, Head On sees a return to …

  • 26 June

    TranceMag Interviews: John Dopping

    The beginning of the decade saw some rather interesting names appear in the scene, among which, one stood out to me. Starting from a more Trance-oriented beginning and then exploring other areas of Electronic Music, this person has gone on to release his debut album, co-found a label, and generally …

  • 23 June

    TranceMag Interviews: Dennis Sheperd and Protoculture

    If you are an aspiring trance producer and haven’t heard of the upcoming Bali Trance Retreat yet, do yourself a favour and check it out! With a concept that is a first of its kind, you can spend a week in the beautiful city of Bali, being taught the craft …

  • 17 June

    [News] Bali Trance Retreat

    Gone are the days of having to be locked in a studio to make music you want to hear. Innovation and technology have paved the way to new possibilities. No more staring into the abyss from a studio window, or hanging a picture of inspiration on your wall. With a …

May, 2017

  • 29 May

    [Review] John O’Callaghan – Two Trees

    If you haven’t been graced with the sounds of master pianist/composer Ludovico Einaudi, do not worry, the Irishman John O’Callaghan has brought him to the Trance arena. As a downtime listening favourite, Ludovico’s Two Trees resonated with John, and now, he has exposed it to a wider market through an …

  • 23 May

    TranceMag Interviews: The Noble Six

    Armed with a guitar in hand and a passion for music, Andrew Alexandrov a.k.a. The Noble Six, found his calling early in life. He discovered the sounds of Trance after hearing an episode of ASOT, and starting producing his own tracks. He has since become a familiar name, getting true …