haha, i don't know even if i am going to be alive at that age lol
Probably not. The last couple of years I've moved away from trance because I don't like many of the new tracks. I think I'll listen to chill-out, ambient, psychill and such things
Current top 5:
The Digital Blonde - Noc2one [J00F Recordings]
Tomac - Polar Exploration [Underground Alien Factory Recordings]
Omegahertz - Compact Star [Dimensional Records]
Offline - Infinity Of Dreams [Tandava Records]
Carpathian Paths - Krasny [Never Too Late Recordings]
I always ask myself this question! Music that brings on forms of nostalgia are usually the most powerful and enjoyable... with sounds and structures bringing back experiences as soon as those pads come in... I don't think new trance will exist in 50 years, but i certainly will be immersing myself into the epic trance library I've built in my youth
When I was 12 I was certain I would listen to rock and metal the rest of my life, now I barely listen to it.
When I was 16 I was certain Trance is the only genre for me, now I listen to it equally as much as the likes of Drum & Bass.
It just depends on what the Trance scene is like I guess.
i went through a lot of different phases with all different styles of music...i've gotten to experience a lot of different genres and i like most of them and i eventually grew out of those phases...
trance is the only music genre that hasn't been a phase...i can listen to trance any time any place...after 11+ years listening, i'm still not tired of it...with that said, i will be listening to trance for as long as i live...
i will never quit trance music ! it's forever !
Trance is not only Music, Trance is Life style !
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I once wondered about this but since then so much has changed
I'll just see how things go. I'm just trying to find and make use of
opportunities. Your environment with all its advantages and
disadvantages will change so much in your life, getting stuck in a
certain point or state will only hold you back. These thoughts have
led to that I don't even listen to trance anymore right now, and
have no idea how things will go.
I made a VOCAL TRANCE mix, oh my god!
Listen to it here!
Lemon8, Motorcycle, Rui Da Silva, Deadmau5,
Andy Moor, Myon & Shane54, Kirsty Hawkshaw,
Michael Cassette, Allende, Imogen Heap, TiŽsto,
Kaskade, Arnej, Vadim Soloviev, Genix,
There are only a very few things that I'm sure about my life, and one of that things is that I will never stop listening to trance.
Tune of 2007: Luke Warner & Mat Lock - Deep Psychosis [Daniel Kandiīs Cure Mix]
Tune of 2008: Alex M.O.R.P.H. - Walk The Edge [Alex M.O.R.P.H. B2B Woody van Eyden Remix]
Tune of 2009: Bobina - Invisible Touch [Ferry Corsten's Touch]
Tune of 2010: Jon O'Bir feat. Fisher - Found A Way [Joint Operations Centre Remix]
Tune of 2011: Andrew Bayer - From The Earth (Breakfast Remix)
I can say that I will listen to trance when I'm 60. But most likely it will be of my old CDs from the late 90s through whenever I can't find any decent tracks. Its always fun listening to your old favorites. What I think is funny though is that I'll be driving around with presumably grey hair with the windows down blaring Rex Mundi or Eco or some other favorite with the current youth giving me the "what the hell is wrong with that old dude?!" looks
If I carry on the way I'm going I'll be worm food by the age of 60!
anyone ever notice old timers at trance events? no matter what trance party i go to, i see at least one 50+ year old person dancing away through the night...that is going to be me when i'm an old man
That is so far down the road that it's impossible to tell. I will say most likely not as often as I do now since over the years I've shifted from genre to genre but I still listen to a broad range of them but some more then others. And that all changes over time