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Postby TheRavestyler » 28 Feb 2012, 20:24

Dubstep and Hardcore :D
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Postby Thund3rJunky » 28 Feb 2012, 20:48

Neuro/Techstep sounds decent.
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Postby Lop-Sided » 02 Mar 2012, 09:50

Other than hardstyle, the two other major genres of music that I listen to are trance and jump/tek. When I'm not listening to those, I pretty much listen to any other type of EDM, rock music (occasionally), and a little bit of everything else. :)

As of recently, I've been gaining much more interest in hard and psychedelic trance, although I'm still learning more about the artists and the scene as a whole. :)

ceero:trance has always been my huge love but lately i just cant find much new interesting stuff (or better to say none). dunno if its me growing up from it or the whole genre going shit, perhaps both.

A lot of trance producers are making absolute sh*t and calling it trance. It's really a shame, since so many of these guys were releasing nice tracks within only a couple years ago. If you ignore the crap, and pay attention to the right producers or search hard for good tracks, you'll find some good stuff. It may not be as good as older types of trance such as classic trance (IMO, the best genre of music ever _O_ ), but it's definitely still worth listening to.
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Postby ceero » 02 Mar 2012, 11:45

Lop-Sided:
ceero:trance has always been my huge love but lately i just cant find much new interesting stuff (or better to say none). dunno if its me growing up from it or the whole genre going shit, perhaps both.

A lot of trance producers are making absolute sh*t and calling it trance. It's really a shame, since so many of these guys were releasing nice tracks within only a couple years ago. If you ignore the crap, and pay attention to the right producers or search hard for good tracks, you'll find some good stuff. It may not be as good as older types of trance such as classic trance (IMO, the best genre of music ever _O_ ), but it's definitely still worth listening to.

i dont think thats the thing, its not that i cant stand those new waves in trance, its that i absolutely cant enjoy new trance. not even the exactly same kind of trance i used to jizz buckets over a few years ago, not giving me anything new and i got a feeling ive heard it thousand times already
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Postby Qwertz » 02 Mar 2012, 17:14

u should try this mix :)
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Postby Reverse Ghost » 02 Mar 2012, 18:13

ceero:
Lop-Sided:
ceero:trance has always been my huge love but lately i just cant find much new interesting stuff (or better to say none). dunno if its me growing up from it or the whole genre going shit, perhaps both.

A lot of trance producers are making absolute sh*t and calling it trance. It's really a shame, since so many of these guys were releasing nice tracks within only a couple years ago. If you ignore the crap, and pay attention to the right producers or search hard for good tracks, you'll find some good stuff. It may not be as good as older types of trance such as classic trance (IMO, the best genre of music ever _O_ ), but it's definitely still worth listening to.

i dont think thats the thing, its not that i cant stand those new waves in trance, its that i absolutely cant enjoy new trance. not even the exactly same kind of trance i used to jizz buckets over a few years ago, not giving me anything new and i got a feeling ive heard it thousand times already


Supersaw melodies died, soft basslines died, and epic buildups died in favor of sleepytime Trouce, in my opinion.
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