Para X – Rising Star [Debut Artist Album]

If you’ve paid attention in the past couple of years, you might’ve spotted the name Para X here and there, especially on Discover Records. While uplifters like Laguna or the tremendous World of Illusion have gotten him the well-deserved recognition recently, the German producer has been at it since the mid 90s, with his first…

Para X – World Of Illusion

The greatest aspect of Trance is no doubt its sheer variety. Regardless of mood, there’s going to be a track to fit with it, be it Psy,  Progressive or Uplifting. For those of you in need of something epic or euphoric, the folks at Discover have got just the thing. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?…

Maratone – Infinity

The Recoverworld Label Group has been a great resource of material to feature on this site. The output from the various facets of the Discover family has popped up in numerous posts, but it’s not the only ace up the UK collective’s sleeve. Today, we take a peek at the latest from Manuel Le Saux’s Extrema Global Music imprint. Gearing…

DJ Alex T – Phobos

We start off the year with a little something from the Recoverworld family, via Chilean producer DJ Alex T. Let’s take a look at his upcoming Discover Digital release, shall we? People with a passion for astronomy will undoubtedly recognize the name Phobos as Mars’ innermost moon. If you didn’t know that, don’t worry, us layfolk can still enjoy Alex’s trancy debut on Discover…

Sound Apparel – Vivere Est Militare (I Was Alone)

After Aeterna Historia back in May, comes Sound Apparel‘s follow-up production on, you guessed it, Pulsar Recordings. Exactly what is going on in Dmitry’s latest track, you ask? Let’s see below. Vivere Est Militare (I Was Alone) is a title that’s not only pretty unique, but also hints at the length of the track, the 10 minute mark being passed with…

Eddie Bitar – Panorama

After more of a psy infusion this year, Eddie Bitar turns to legendary imprint In Trance We Trust for the latest weapon in his music arsenal, one that pins the needle firmly in the uplifting camp. The ins and outs of his latest single, below. Panorama, as it’s been dubbed, starts off with its crisp sound and…

Sonic Element – Evolve

Some months have gone by since we last saw a Sonic Element single, but the time has finally come for the latest in the Australian producer’s catalogue to hit your speakers thanks to the good folks at Transistic Records. The specifics await the curious reader below. For those of you with an eye on the digital stores, the…

Akira Kayosa – Something Else

With Sisa and Twenty, Kayosa, Tolland and Matt Noland offered two fantastic uplifters for everyone to enjoy, but it’s now time for Something Else, namely Akira Kayosa‘s solo debut on Monster Force. Let’s take a closer look. Some might describe the current crop of uplifting trance as generic or simply boring, but as with anything worthwhile, you’ll have to do…

UDM – Follow The Sun

We once again take a peek at an upcoming Digital Society Recordings release, this time from Ukranian producer UDM. A closer inspection shall follow below, as always. I was first introduced to one of Dmitry Uskov’s tracks via his rework of Half Way Home, released about three years ago under Unearthed. I really enjoyed what he’d done with…

Ferrin & Morris – Light In The Dark

I’ve taken a look at what’s coming up next from German imprint Transistic Records and frankly, I believe this newest single from Ferrin & Morris will be right up your street. Let’s examine it further. In Light In The Dark, the duo pretty much nails the pure uplifting sound that was so widespread at the beginning of the decade. A…

Johan Ekman – What We Choose

For many, In Trance We Trust is a label synonymous with quality, with a reputation built over many years of service to the scene. When you add to that someone like Johan Ekman, the result is a guaranteed attention grabber, so let’s see what the Swedish producer has come up with this time. What We Choose is damn near…

Kayosa & Tolland ft. Matt Noland – Twenty

After making their debut on Monster Tunes‘ Force imprint nigh a month ago, Akira Kayosa, Hugh Tolland and Matt Noland regroup for yet another energetic uplifter, this time put together for KSX’s Critical State. Let’s have a look. To me, Twenty is one of those successful hybrids of modern and classic trance, packed to the brim with all those feel good sounds that tick…