‘Armin van Buuren’

'Armin van Buuren'

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“The best new TRANCE and PROGRESSIVE in a 2 hour Mix — Th-This is a state of Trance-Trance-Trance”

These words kick-off the most famous music show world-wide, a session from Armin-Van-Buuren’s ‘A State of Trance’.

Trance genre and I go way back. Been in love with this genre of music ever since I listened to ‘In and Out of Love’, before that I listened mostly to Techno and other Electronica sub-genres.

To the newbies out there, trance and progressive music is very euphoric, melodic and even hypnotic! It induces strong emotion (as classical music did, maybe due to its tempo between 125 and 160 bpm). Hence, in an art-block, am I? Let’s listen to some Trance (and maybe Bach’s Preludium in C Major too).

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Pencils: 2H 1B 4B 6B 9B EE (super dark) charcoals

I find much of the art in these side-effects of creating art in itself. I would not use the eraser when most necessary. The rather polluted negative-space has created an aura of dream-like qualities- has as it not?

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The Minimalism of Trance…

I love Trance music. Especially Vocal Trance music. And this song has been stuck in my head throughout the day…. It’s so—so– minimal and ‘clean’ ( if you know what I mean) 🙂

This is how I roll! ( in trance music)

 

It’s from Ultra Music festival (in Miami i guess..?) and man is this the best remix of Sophie Ellis Bextor’s Not giving Up.. So here, enjoy!

I heard the original song too, and by far this version is awesome!

Ciao, see you all in about a few hours..

PS.
About Techno/Trance music, yeah many ppl say that trance is repetitive….but to me it sounds beautiful and minimal (and yeah sometimes I hate the too much repetitive songs…).Great to listen to when creating Art..

[Image from quickmeme, and image is not mine)