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Modern Veterans – Birma (Spotify)

“It is clearly traced in the bright, the good melody of the track -Birma- as the author influenced the journey into this beautiful, picturesque place in Asia. Trance Dynamic Rhythms, which are so harmonized in a combination with a melodic Progressive House giving an unforgettable moment of positive mood to listeners!”

“Отчётливо прослеживается в светлой, доброй мелодии трека -Birma-, как на автора повлияло путешествие в это красивое, живописное место в Азии. Динамичные ритмы Trance музыки, которые так гармонируют в сочетание с мелодичным Progressive House дарят незабываемые минуты позитива своим слушателям!”

-Nagamag.com

www.instagram.com/modernveterans/

Modern Veterans are two producers who have been in the game for quite some time. Both graduated from the conservatory of Arts these two eccentric gentlemen have had a prosperous career working under the monniker of 'Pandaboyz'. Currently both musicians are at a phase in their life where they wish to create records with more melodic substance and groove resulting in their debut record titled 'Drive' which is out on Recreate Recordings since November 6th, and with an exciting chain of releases on various imprints the two creators are back in 5th gear with new music that will have you press the repeat button!

Iderdown Interview on Nagamag

Trance

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Nagamag:
Which are the genres that describe your music style better?

Iderdown:
I like to think of it as leftfield music, influenced by a wide array of genres. They all get blended together when I start writing, so any track at any time will be a mixture of noise, prog, post-rock, ambient, drone, glitch, trance, industrial and breakbeat.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Iderdown:
Well, I was in an industrial band in high school and at the same time playing around with screamtracker. This was followed by some indie rock years in bands and toying with 4-track bedroom lo-fi songwriting. I started releasing my instrumental electronic music as iderdown in 2003 and continue to work on diverse projects like the dark folk band Within and playing as part of the drone collective Cosmic Homeostasis.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Iderdown:
I have been making melodies in my head for long as I can remember and grew up in a house full of music but the first time I heard the songs that made me want to create was during high school, where I was lucky to have a group of friends who explored strange worlds of music.


Nagamag:
Tell me about your latest release?

Iderdown:
iderdown's last release was a collaboration ep with Arcane Trickster called Snowbird. It's an ambient soundtrack for a tranquil shore.


Nagamag:
What's coming up in the future for iderdown?

Iderdown:
A five track Lp of Ambient music that I wrote mostly inspired by the music of Peter Namlook. There will also be a companion set of remixes by Tempest Recording and Slice Records artists.


Nagamag:
Many artists listen to genres that they are not producing music for. Which track is your favorite that is NOT similar to yours?

Iderdown:
Japanese Breakfast "Posing In Bondage"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which is the track from a similar artist you admire?

Iderdown:
BVDUB "Never In The Prison Of Their Stars"

Discover & Listen to Iderdown

Iderdown on Spotify

Iderdown's Signature Track

Iderdown on Social Media

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Iderdown's Website

www.iderdown.com/

Farius, Sue McLaren – Love Is Love (Spotify)

“The Progressive master "Farius" drops another gem in the scene of Trance. The track begins with a smooth intro and continues with strong atmospheric patterns, which gradually build up with unique balance. On top of all stands the etherial voice of Sue McLaren. Get ready to live the ultimate euphoric experience with "Love is Love"!”

-Nagamag.com

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Following on from his Debut guest mix on A State Of Trance and huge DSP support across the board, Progressive Trance DJ Farius shows no signs of slowing down with his scintillating new track 'Love Is Love' with Sue McLaren as part of his 'Diversify' EP.

www.instagram.com/fariusmusic/
www.facebook.com/suemclarenmusic

Banco de Gaia Interview on Nagamag

Trance

Photo by Cezary Biernat | www.notatourist.co.uk


Nagamag:
Which are the genres that describe your music style better?

Banco de Gaia:
World dance, global, ambient, trance, techno, dub


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Banco de Gaia:
I started out playing drums in rock bands then moved on to guitar. In the 80's I was playing jazz and listening to world music then discovered acid house and became immersed in electronic dance music. Since 1989 I've been writing, recording and performing as Banco de Gaia and I'm not sure if I'll ever stop!


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Banco de Gaia:
I saw Hawkwind performing Silver Machine on TV when I was 6 or 7. Lots of strobes and smoke and a man with long hair, I thought 'that's what I want to do'.


Nagamag:
Why is world music so imprtant to you?

Banco de Gaia:
I love combining sounds from different countries and cultures, it constantly amazes me that music from wildly different places can share the same basic heart. Music really is a universal language.


Nagamag:
What have you been working on recently?

Banco de Gaia:
I just released a two-track single 'Pirates and Princes' as part of New York Times reporter Ian Urbina's 'Outlaw Ocean' project. He has been travelling the seas documenting what goes on out in international waters where no laws apply. It's pretty grim at times but it's important to spotlight the crimes that are going on out there, and incorporating his reporting into music has been a fascinating mission.


Nagamag:
Many artists listen to genres that they are not producing music for. Which track is your favorite that is NOT similar to yours?

Banco de Gaia:
Yes "Going For The One"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which is the track from a similar artist you admire?

Banco de Gaia:
William Orbit "Water from a Vine Leaf"

Discover & Listen to Banco de Gaia

Banco de Gaia on Spotify

Banco de Gaia's Signature Track

Banco de Gaia on Social Media

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@bancodegaia
@bancodegaia

Banco de Gaia's Website

www.banco.co.uk

Marco V, Vision 20/20 – RAB/BIT (Spotify)

“Marco V /Vision 2020 Rab/bit is an instant classic. The classic trance beat picks right up and organic electronic sounds fill in the background. Vocals are soothing with a touch of class that takes us back. ”

-Nagamag.com

2021 currently belongs to Marco V, continuing to switch between styles and never holding back when it comes to giving you goosebumps. In vocal trance mode, sweet, angelic vocals, slicked back between fantasy and reality and with a taste for the bittersweet, skim across feverish beats. As ‘RAB/BIT’ starts its upward charge, it approaches the promised land of the euphoric but keeps its guard up, a shimmering, holographic synth pattern seemingly anticipating danger around the corner. Made for massive parties armed with supersized glo-sticks.

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twitter.com/MARCOV
www.facebook.com/marcovdj/
www.instagram.com/marcovdj/

Turbo Knight, Edictum – Andromeda (Spotify)

“Here on ‘Andromeda’ there is creativity in abundance. Turbo Knight & Edictum are positively exploding with imagination. This track is bursting with a huge variety of emotion, melody,rhythmic percussion, evolving sequences & dynamic variance. A massive Synthwave meets Trance anthem. Big thumbs up for the B side too.”

-Nagamag.com

Turbo Knight & Edictum are blending Trance with Synthwave to create a 100 % Spacewave EP.

www.facebook.com/edictum303/
www.instagram.com/edictum303
twitter.com/turbo_knight

The Amoeba Son – Tears From Mars – Extended Mix (Spotify)

“"The Amoeba Son" steals our heart with this latest gem. Original Trance style with variety of Progressive elements that can lift high up in the sky. We also couldn't resist on that silvery voice which certainly adds emotion in the whole piece. Valuable job! ”

-Nagamag.com

www.beatport.com/artist/the-amoeba-son/802101

FRANTZ – Cataclysm (Spotify)

“"FRANTZ" strikes with this Techno bomb and cannot leave us unaffected. Mysterious beat and fat basslines dominate your brain, while some cool melodies may unexpectedly apear. Can you withstand the power of "Cataclysm"? Take a deep breath and dive in this fascinating mix.”

-Nagamag.com

www.instagram.com/frantztechno/

Based between Los Angeles, Melbourne and Berlin, FRANTZ is a collective of DJs, producers and musicians with one unifying love: making techno.
Since coming together, FRANTZ have built a unique sound of hard, melodic and nostalgic new-age techno.

Valix – Things As They Are – Radio Edit (Spotify)

“"Valix" joins the Trance scene with a remarkable creation. The Canadian producer combines more than three melodic patterns to form "Things As They Are" in total morning spirit according to the mood of Summer. His smooth transitions and fat kick, can cause high addiction at most listeners.”

-Nagamag.com

www.facebook.com/ValixEDM
www.instagram.com/valix_edm

Valix is a Canadian electronic music producer, influenced by legendary artists such as Eric Prydz, Chicane, Deadmau5, Andrew Rayel, Ilan Bluestone, Gareth Emery, Above and Beyond, Ben Bohmer and others. His EDM sub-genres include Deep House, Progressive House, Progressive Trance, Melodic House, as well combinations of these genres.

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