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      By OzClubbers
      New Parisian imprint Lost On You is the first electronic record label and benefit program to donate all money raised from album sales.
      The label is a platform for talent, where talent becomes a way to help alleviate some of the toughest problems faced around the world, in this case, the fight against malnutrition, hunger and sanitary problems in the poorest parts of Africa.
      For it’s debut release, Several Definitions, steps in with a pearl of evocative on an expertly produced EP, “Sierra,” only fitting that such a refreshingly progressive label.
      “Sierra” is available 15 January on Lost on You

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      The post New Parisian Philanthropic Imprint LOST ON YOU Launches With 100% Album Profits For Charity appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam.
      Source: Deep House Amsterdam
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      Just when you thought you’ve heard it all, Phuture Noize decides to bring even more news about new music. After his album Pursuit of Thunder and EP The Aftershock this year, the artist revealed that he will release another album in 2018.
      He posted the statement on his Facebook page moments ago, with the description “New Phuture Noize album droppin’ 2k18.” This will be his fourth album, following Pursuit of Thunder, Phuture Propaganda and Music Rules The Noize. Although we don’t know when exactly the new album will be released, with the tempo Phuture Noize produces it might not be too long.

      Recently he released the official videoclip of his collab with Ran-D, ‘Suicidal Superstar’. You can check it out here.
      The post Phuture Noize will release another album in 2018 is visible on Hard News.
      Source: Hard News NL
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      By OzClubbers

      The legendary Gabriel & Dresden return with ‘The Only Road’, their first studio album in over 11 years. Funded by fans via a successful Kickstarter campaign, ‘The Only Road’ features singles ‘This Love Kills Me’, ‘White Walls’ and ‘Waiting For Winter’. Coming December 15 on Anjunabeats. Here’s what they had to say
      The Only Road, our first new album in 11 years is now available to pre-order on iTunes with 3 “instant gratification” tracks available for download right away. You can also pre-order the CD from the Anjunastore and pre-save the album to your Spotify account so the album will be ready to go on December 15th, the day it comes out worldwide.

      It’s really important that all our friends and fans go out and support this release. If it charts high on the iTunes Charts when it comes out December 15th, it will really open a lot of doors for us and dance music that doesn’t sound like everything else. We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank the 700 backers of our Kickstarter, because without their support we would never have been able to make this album.
      You can pre-order, pre-save and read all about The Only Road here: http://www.anjunabeats.com/theonlyroad/
      The post Legendary dance music duo Gabriel & Dresden to release studio album – The Only Road appeared first on Trance Hub.
      Source: Trance News
    • OzClubbers
      By OzClubbers
      Out now on Beatport. Full Release on September 4, 2017
      Few labels can claim to have anywhere close to the pedigree of Discover Records.
      The discography reads like a who’s who of credible underground trance music and has launched the production careers of many of the scenes big hitters including John Askew, Activa, John O’Callaghan, Sean Tyas, Thomas Datt, Greg Downey, and Manuel le Saux.
      The label has developed a cult status with phenomenal press reviews and a constant stream of quality releases that consistently grace the play lists of the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Aly & Fila, Paul Oakenfold and many more.
      Current head of A & R, Hannah Garber, working in conjunction with label owner Chris Hampshire and label frontman Para X continues with the philosophy of finding and developing new talent to work alongside the existing established roster.
      As Discover Records hits its landmark Bicentennial release it falls to trance man of the moment Para X to compile and mix a stunning tribute album to celebrate the big 200.
      As if having Para X on board is not big enough, our current crop of talented producers have all chosen their favourite tracks from the catalogue and delivered exclusive remixes of stunning quality from past label biggies including Ben Gold and Senadee, Greg Downey, Sly One vs. Jurrane, Thomas Datt, Gary Maguire and Chris Hampshire to name just a few.
      Para X has also included a stunning new original to finish this audio celebration in style.
      Tracklist:
      01. Neal Scarborough – Stung On The River (Corin Bayley Remix)
      02. Chris Hampshire – Ninety Four (Ciro Visone Remix)
      03. Mike Nichol ft. Elles De Graaf – So Far Away (Para X Remix)
      04. Ben Gold ft. Senadee – Today (Fredd Moz Remix)
      05. Para X – Magical Soundwave (Cenk Basaran Remix)
      06. Greg Downey – Vivid Intent (Simon McCann Remix)
      07. Thomas Datt – Distance (Para X Remix)
      08. Chris Hampshire and Bissen – The Vault (Obi Remix)
      09. Gary Maguire ft. Lisa Abbott – By My Side (Mahaputra Presents Trance Forever Remix)
      10. Para X – Apocalipsis (Original Mix)
      11. Sly One vs. Jurrane – Everything To Me (Opt-In Remix)
      12. Continuous DJ Mix – Para X

      The post Discover 200 – The Bicentenary Album appeared first on Trance Hub.
      Source: Trance News
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      By OzClubbers
      Without question one of the foremost influences on electronic music production over the last three decades, this month marks Oliver Lieb’s return as L.S.G. Having lit the path with his remixed/re-mastered/re-released ‘Netherworld’ (“one of the most iconic trance and progressive singles in existence” – Dancing Astronaut) last month, August sees the German legend drop his first official studio long-player in 15 years. Something of an album recluse since 2002’s ‘The Hive’, as it’s title infers ‘Double Vision’ is a graphic, sonic demonstration of the two divergent halves of Lieb’s musical psyche.
      A past-master in doing ‘different’ (and well before it became established practice), this album puts into the sharpest of perspectives the two poles-apart sides of Oliver Lieb’s musical mind. It’s out on August 14th and available to pre-order now here: https://www.beatport.com/release/double-vision/2074010

       
      Throughout its frontend, the album cruises & arcs through a world of coolly glacial grooves, zephyr-ish melodies and epic soundscapes, all bound together with the mellowest of drama. The second half sees him shift focus to the clubfloor, supplying ‘Double Vision’ with drum punch and floor verve through its eleven 4/4-based killers.
      ‘Seven Worlds’, which raises ‘Double Vision’s curtain is a beat-less slice to appetite-whetting/scene-setting ambient overture. Through ‘Escape The Gravity’, downtempo kick-drums arrive, quickly followed by an epic 10 minutes of bass & breaks driven culture in the form of ‘Vapor’. Alongside its 8-bit bleeps, breaks also lie at the heart of ‘Spotter’, before the album becomes deeper and more pacific with ‘Passion’. Matters take a turn for the galactic as ‘Suborbital’ lifts it up, while the live-sounding hi-hats and all-round twisted dynamism of ‘Tipsy Flower’ bring a distinctly eclectic edge to it. ‘Perfect Blue’, which closes out ‘Double Vision’s first act, summons Blade Runner-ish imagery, before its slowed-up drum ‘n’ bass rhythms, squelchy FX and cursive synths wrestle control.
      From the warped pitch of its very first synth, ‘Domino’ lets you know you’ve arrived on different sonic ground. On CD2 Oliver begins to flex more floor muscle, as the pressing shuffle of percussion and 4/4 timecodes resonate. ‘Whiteout’ brings the album a contemporary edge, full of swi
      rling harmonic pads and subtly gated synthery. ‘Cepheid’ and ‘Freakwaves’ are tech-touched cuts both, with their recursive beats, entrancing FX elements and nagging synths, all awash with an gothic ether. ‘Little Wing’ offers a brief ambient interval, which segues into the fascinatingly dystopian ‘Aviation’. ‘Colours Of Noise’ provides a master class in synth serration and measured distortion, while ‘Your Love’ comes fully equipped with beautifully defined bass, reverb-heavy percs and FX-frayed vocal intrigue.
      ‘When It’s Dark Outside’ is a fantastic display of proggy tech, doomy LFO and percussive hiss, countered by measured harmonics. ‘Input’ meanwhile arcs to the stratosphere. Showcasing some expert modulation, it’s backed by its scudding, stormy beats. The epic ‘Supercycle’ rounds up this extraordinary album with a deep groove, stabbed synths and next-level FX, all driven by potent drum resource.
      L.S.G. – Double Vision – Tracklist:
      CD 1 – Vision 1
      1° Seven Worlds
      2° Escape The Gravity
      3° Vapor
      4° Spotter
      5° Passion
      6° Suborbital
      7° Tipsy Flower
      8° Perfect Blue
      CD 2 – Vision 2
      1° Domino
      2° Whiteout
      3° Cepheid
      4° Freakwaves
      5° Little Wing
      6° Aviation
      7° Colors Of Noise
      8° Your Love Is
      9° When It’s Dark Outside
      10° Input
      11° Supercycle
      The post 15 years on, Oliver Lieb drops debut L.S.G album – Double Vision appeared first on Trance Hub.
      Source: Trance News
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