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Trance Blackman - Flawless

Here's a song from Trance Blackman's "Opus Instrumentalus: Vibrations" album. The whole collection consists of electronic music, but with very very different styles and moods.

"Flawless" is sort of a slow house / trance piece with nice vocals.

Song: Trance Blackman - Flawless (5:09 min, 6.8 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 2.0
Source: archive.org

iNTROSPEKT - Knucklehead

iNTROSPEKT produces "intelligent, varied, beat-driven electronica". The description fits perfectly.

(found via New Artist Podcast)

Song: iNTROSPEKT - Knucklehead (5:47 min, 6.4 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Memories Of Tomorrow - Waiting for Dawn

Some more electronic music for you: "Waiting for Dawn", a melodic trance track from Memories Of Tomorrow. Great female vocals and a great rhythm. Turn up the volume.

Song: Memories Of Tomorrow - Waiting for Dawn (7:04 min, 6.5 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Memories Of Tomorrow - Not Like This

Memories Of Tomorrow creates "melodical trance with meanigful lyrics" (I couldn't have expressed that better). Listen to their other tunes, they're all equally great — I couldn't decide which one to play, so I rolled a dice ;-)

Song: Memories Of Tomorrow - Not Like This (5:09 min, 4.8 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Markovich/A.M.P. - Wasted Symphony

"Wasted Symphony" is a fabulous techno/trance tune from Markovich/A.M.P. Here's what the artists say about the song:

This tune/song is about stumbling out of a dance club in Temple Bar in Dublin (the Kitchen, if you know it), and trying to buy milk (why?) in an all night store; So you've got this dance beat still echoing around your skull, the store is lit with bright neon, and you are having trouble focusing on the goods; You've a great buzz from the pints and you're in a brilliant mood. Oh yeah, and it's a tribute to Massive Attack's Unfinished Sympathy and The Verve's Bittersweet Symphony.

Song: Markovich/A.M.P. - Wasted Symphony (3:43 min, 5.2 MB)
License: CC-by-sa 2.5
Source: opsound.org

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