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Check out the track by Joonas Hahmo called fusion with Maor Levi

and also the track at 1 hour 18 minutes which remains an ID even after all these years. It sounds like it's from Jonas Steur .

 

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Ovnimoon - Equilibrando [2021]
Soothing psytrance from Ovnimoon's God Gaia album


Ovnimoon - A Necessary Tool [2011]
The intro track of his album Trancemutation of the Mind


Barrie Gledden, Peter Shand, Tom Quick - Freeze Trance [2002]
This track is available on Youtube, but I don't want to embed the Youtube video, so here's a direct link. You can also hear the track in the Audio Network:
The mastering isn't very good, and some elements clash. This was clearly made by producers unfamiliar with trance, but anyhow the outcome is fairly unique, and the climax is surprisingly soothing. As it stands now it's a hidden gem, and remixing it would be an interesting project.
 
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Fatali - Dreaming [2009]
Psy-trance from Fatali's second album, Space Designer. It's the third track on the album, but it honestly should have been the first. It's phenomenal.
 

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JaseFOS - Do What You Want (Max Graham Afterhours in Montreal mix) [2004]



P.O.S. - Gravity [2005]
 

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From recent discoveries:
Zoya - Nostalgia (Solarstone Retouch)

Alex Spite - Beginning of Life

Calvatress - Purity
 
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Slightly on the lower BPM side, bordering with the downtempo/chillout & ambient trance thread:

H.U.V.A. Network - Morning Call (Dawn remix) [2004]
From the 2004 album H.U.V.A. Network - Distances


H.U.V.A. Network - Overload (Putput mix) [2004]
 

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From recent discoveries:

Calvatress - Purity
The bass in this was AWESOME. Loved it!

edit: seriously I can't get enough of this. It's great. Excellent share.
 
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I think this belongs here. A bit fast-paced but fits with the theme of the thread:

Liquid Soul & Zyce - Anjuna (ft. Solar Kid) [2013]


Liquid Soul - Light Me Up [2013]
 
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Lynx - Crystal


Eric Rylos - Retrograde Of Mars [Soundscapes Digital]
 
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Low-hanging fruit:

Starecase - Not So Blue [2000]


Starecase - Lost 22 (Max Graham mix) [2000]


Jamie Anderson - Expressions (Starecase mix) [1998]


I don't know why I love this sound. It's just awesome.
 
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Some more cool tracks to chill with:
Teho - Unlocked (Einmusic Remix)

Miss Melera - Marble

one local track as well
Mazoulev feat Bonnie Wylde - Circles
 

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I honestly don't know enough about Tech Trance to know if these tracks fall under that category from that time period. I think I would have just labelled them old Progressive House if I took a guess.
 
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I honestly don't know enough about Tech Trance to know if these tracks fall under that category from that time period. I think I would have just labelled them old Progressive House if I took a guess.
Starecase's productions overlap with prog house, but I would say they're a bit too fast-paced to be considered prog house.
Lots of productions in this thread, like the ones justp osted by @Tep, are definitely within the realm of modern progressive house.
 

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Starecase's productions overlap with prog house, but I would say they're a bit too fast-paced to be considered prog house.
Lots of productions in this thread, like the ones justp osted by @Tep, are definitely within the realm of modern progressive house.
sure, i have stopped caring about genres along time ago, as they are so intertwined anyways :)
 
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