Trance music gives us a fantastic end of November !

So many releases from major producers close this fantastic month . 

Paul Van Dyk & Alex M.O.R.P.H. – Voyager

Released just a few days ago, it is probably the most significant collaboration of Paul Van Dyk’s new album . In the refrain one breathes the air of true trance, simple, with the magic touch also of M.O.R.P.H. !


Alan Morris & Martin Drake – Elysium

FSOE manages to always place his songs up high, he is the undisputed master of current uplifting. The new track by Alan Morris & Martin Drake is proof of this !


Ralphie B – Kingdom

For several years now the former First State has chosen to produce on its own , from then on only spectacular musical tracks, its new single has already surprised the major DJs who are playing it on their radio shows, a refrain with a melody that captures! 


Sunlounger feat. Zata – Lost (Roger Shah Extended 2018 Update)

One of the best known vocal progressive trance tracks of all time , back again with a remix of its creator: Roger Shah . This version 2018 gives the song that power that was missing to the original song, the result is perfect especially in the vocal re-start! In the EP also present a remix of Vintage & Morelli, to stay on the progressive theme .


Cosmic Gate & Emma Hewitt – Be Your Sound (Ilan Bluestone Rmx) 

It is the song that has probably had more success for the Cosmic Gate , thanks also to the fantastic voice of Hewitt. Announced just a few weeks ago, this wonderful remix by Ilan Bluestone arrives, with a creepy break !


Genix – Kill Switch / Death Valley

Whatever you make Genix , it’s a track torment able to make anyone dance ! This time it delights us with two tracks always in its tech style with very progressive pauses and always exciting openings !


Photographer – Infinity (Steve Allen Rmx) 

Perhaps the original piece of Photographer was missing something … Steve Allen thought to maximize the potential of the refrain, now “Infinity” is a perfect melody !


Goldenscan – Halcyon (Adam Ellis Rmx)

Released 13 years ago on A State Of Trance, the song of the English duo was a great success. The compatriot Adam Ellis proposes a new version more “direct” and uplifting !

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