Get Taken Away By Our Top Trance Picks For June 2017

Get Taken Away By Our Top Trance Picks For June 2017

Get Taken Away By Our Top Trance Picks For June 2017

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Every month, we’ll take a look back at the top 10 trance tracks that shook our world from the previous 4 weeks. This is a no fuss curation of some of the biggest sounds from around the world in the trance scene – enjoy and dig in!

The Top Trance June 2017 – Tracks 1-5

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1. Adam Ellis – Blu-82

Two of my favorite tracks are from Adam Ellis, both released on Kearnage: “Napalm Poet” and “Agent Orange”.  Now he’s back with a follow up to both of them with “Blu-82”.  Monster arps, plucks, a driving bassline, and huge vocals fit Adam’s signature sound.

2. Tempo Giusto – Burn

Tempo Giusto has been on fire lately with release after release.  This latest is an absolute tech trance banger with Tempo’s signature pitch bend synths.

3. TrancEye – Black Mirror

What a melodic pad breakdown!  If you’re into uplifting, this is a great track for you.  Great rises and falls with great synths all around.

4. Jordan Suckley – Droid (F.G. Noise remix)

F.G. Noise remixed one of Jordan Suckley’s classics, Droid.  I always enjoy when an old favorite of mine gets reworked/ remixed a few years later.  I find it to be a nice, fresh way to remind us of those old gems.

5. Cold Blue – On The Outside

I really enjoyed “On The Outside” as a grimy, progressive track.  Cold Blue did a great job with that bassline and overall composition which really takes you on a journey.

The Top Trance June 2017 – Tracks 6-10

6. Waio & Avalon- Shiva 

One word for this track: trippy.  It delivers on the psychadelic in psychadelic trance.  Now that psy is coming into the mainstream, it’s always a challenge to balance something most people

7. Chris Schweizer – Atom

Chris Schweizer is another name you’ve probably seen more often lately.  He’s delivering on that Argentine driving tech trance like Heatbeat and others.  I love how the acid bass on this track drives the whole thing hard.

8. Gareth Emery feat. Christina Novelli – Concrete Angel (ReOrder remix)

Here’s another one of those classic tracks with a brand new remix.  ReOrder brings it hard during the builds and takes it back down with the iconic breakdown.

9. Ton TB – Electronic Malfunction (Paul Denton Remix)

Oh Outburst.  How I love you.  Paul Denton’s remix of Electronic Malfunction is a great transition track from progressive into tech trance or tech trance into psy.  Versatile to the max.

10. Jaytech & Judah – Boss Fight

The synths on this track are HUGE!  Despite my preference for tech and psy, I really enjoy Jaytech’s work and this is no exception.  Epic breakdown just like you’d expect on a track called “Boss Fight”.

Did we miss any top trance tunes for June?

Let us know in the comments below!

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Aaron Davidson Contact: DJAirborne1@gmail.com Like me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/djairborneofficial Airborne (Aaron Davidson) is a Chicago-based producer and DJ who specializes in progressive house and trance originals. He also produces under the moniker Airborne presents ZeroSum. Airborne holds a monthly residency at Sound-Bar in Chicago, rated as one of the top clubs in the US. He has also been featured with guest mixes on Pineapple Digital Melodic Progressions Radio on di.fm, WKQX Q101's Electric Playground, and more. Born in Mequon, WI, Aaron started his music career learning classical violin and piano starting at age 4 and advanced through to train with the lead violist of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Aaron's passion for electronic music began in the late '90s with The Crystal Method, Paul Oakenfold, Nine Inch Nails, and Aphex Twin. Today he loves to listen to artist such as Eric Prydz, Jeremy Olander, Fehrplay, Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Jordan Suckley, Astrix and many more.