• Amazing Trance/Electro Tracks (work in progress)

    24 Dec 2009, 07:35 by Tylerk27

    Here is my list of tracks for sets and listening pleasure that I felt compelled to write into my notebook... I felt like I might do some good by listing them here as well! Please do note that there's no particular order to this and it's not listed by favorites.. just random. If you can't listen to them through then you should be able to through YouTube, just search it. This is a work in progress since I'm constantly finding new songs that catch my ear... if you have any suggestions please let me know!

    (Also at the bottom I included noteworthy albums... so if a great track wasn't listed here it might be because I've included it in one of the albums...)


    DJ Shah - Who Will Find Me
    Kyau & Albert - Made Of Sun
    Niyaz - Dilruba (Junkie XL Remix)
    Armin Van Buuren - Burned With Desire
    Cosmic Gate - Body Of Conflict
    Cosmic Gate - Under Your Spell
    Dash Berlin - Waiting
    Lange - Let It All Out
    D:Folt feat. Marcie - Red Forest
    DJ Shah - Now Or Never
  • [Belgian Electronics] Featured Artist: Airscape

    25 Jan 2009, 15:38 by Doorchaser

    Featured Artist: Airscape

    Airscape was a Belgian trance group composed of Sven Maes and Johan Gielen. The group also recorded as Svenson & Gielen and several other pseudonyms. The two man group dissolved in 2004, each going solo.


    The name Airscape was first used by Sven Maes for work with other producers, mostly Jos Borremans. Maes & Gielen started producing together in 1994 under the alias Body Heat. It wouldn't be until 1997 that they would resurrect the Airscape name, and until 2000 that they would become known as Svenson & Gielen.

    They are known for the song "L'Esperanza", which reached the German Top 100, but are perhaps better known for their remixes, such as Sylver's "Turn the Tide", Vengaboys' "Kiss (When The Sun Don't Shine)", Chicane's "Halcyon", and Mythos N' Dj Cosmo's "Hymn". …
  • Best Songs of the Decade So Far - 2000s

    11 Dec 2008, 23:57 by ob82

    One of the joys of the internet is the ability to look at list of Greatest Songs of all Time and similar shit and you can often discover quality gems of music. I thought rI’d give the old list thing a bash. Instead of going for the 60’s and 90’s where my favourite music mainly originates I thought I’d take a stab at the current decade. Despite being a two years shy of an actual decade and with my initial misgivings about how music was much better in my day (well, the previous decade) I had a fucking mission to limit my choices. I had to go to 190 songs and I may even edit my choices in the next few days.

    This decade has produced some quality tracks in a wider variety of genres than ever before. Although it could be argued that there more “instant classics” in every prior decade since the 50’s. Looking through my list there are too many bands that have really becoming immensely huge. perhaps Coldplay who confound many (including myself) in having three songs in the list. …
  • 100 Greatest Trance Songs

    2 Feb 2008, 03:19 by Jatup

    Here is a list of 100 best trance tracks of all time according to me!

    If you have any recommendations, please send them to me and hopefully they will make the list even better. I will try to update as often as I can, depending on the amount of changes. I will not update every time I add or move a track.

    I realize the list will not please everyone so don't treat it too seriously. I created it for fun and I thought it would be nice to share it with others, but it's not really serious business... Everyone has a different taste. If you feel the need to disagree with it in the comments you are welcome to do so of course ;)

    I love recommendations, but please don’t give me a list of 50 artists not represented on my list and expect me to check them out. It’s a waste of your and my time because trust me, I won’t check out all 50 of them and picking just one is pointless so at the end I’ll just ignore your recommendation. Single tracks or full length albums work best.