Arnej is The One That Came Back

aSeb

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I was actually glad about the things he "ranted" about few years back. I did not actually see that as a rant. He was just honest about the scene. And I do not see anything wrong with the latest post either.

He has not produced anything noteworthy in recent times, but damn he had some good tunes around 2007-2010. I am glad if there will be new releases from him, as he definitely has the talent. The scene needs as much diversity as possible and I hope he can bring something different to the table. Trance is probably at its lamest point at the moment.
 
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Mediocre producer, not even his classic tracks are good. Only good production was his remix of Zonderland in 2004.
 

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Haha. I dont score any points on the hipster test if you go through the points on wikipedia atleast. Ive nenver dressed, owned or had any opinons they express there.

I like pop-music, Ive never had a full beard, never had a hipster bike. I dont like stuff just because they are original or obscure etc.

The closest I would admit is maybe a music-snob but i dont consider classical music being supperior to other music and stuff like that.
 

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Yeah I definitely wouldn't overlook him, he's had a couple of great releases in the modern trance age. The song above is a great example of him at his best. I heard The Strings That Bind Us from him first and I was really impressed by it.
 

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Soooooooo... any tracks from him released yet? I like Arnej music I think he has what it takes to make something good.
 

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There Are No Coincidences (Original Mix) is also absolutely fantastic for me. Very euphoric track imo, and my emotions always explode at 4:50!

Many of his tracks have won the test of time, I still listen to them and exist to my recent playlists sometimes.
 
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Arnej 2008-2011 was borderline unstoppable. I remember hunting for all of his releases when I was in high school/early college. Each of his releases were so well made, fresh, and exciting to listen to. 2012 is when he started to run out of steam. I feel like he tried to embrace too many big room/trouse elements that ultimately made me lose interest.

I also agree @aSeb , I was glad he ranted about the scene back then. It was nice to see someone saying what we were thinking.
 
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My problem with Arnej's productions is that they sound exactly like how you would expect Armind, circa 2008-2010 to sound. That's the melancholic, deeply melodic, technological sound that just isn't what I like in trance. There's a lot of the deadmau5 sound as well.
 

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I’d be lying if I told you that you won’t know what to expect from this one, but I think you will know... August 8th

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