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Thread: 4 Strings: “We believe Trance music will make a huge comeback in 2015!”

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    I wonder what they mean with "huge comeback". Would that also mean a comeback for Vanessa van Hemmert since she left the 4 Strings group back in 2009?
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    what i feel at the moment is that rock, alternative and metal are not that dominating in music anymore and that more and more people turn into electronic music. and its because electronic music has so much energy and is so intense and takes listeners into a whole new listening experience.

    so i think if good music appears in 2015 that files under the genre trance, trance will become more popular and will get more into people's recognition.

    and even those kids who are into electronic music yet, but currently into big room edm, will sooner or later explore what i consider more interesting music. so trance might have a huge comeback in 2015, goa also has great potential to become more popular. hopefully 2015 will be full of good trance music.

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    2014 was already a good year imo, but what I read a lot that all the DJ's that say: This year is going to be the year of Trance, are the DJ's who jumped on the EDM bandwagon....

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    Trance is not making a comeback, the DJs who tried to switch over to EDM - and failed - are just realizing they made a terrible mistake and now try to package their return to trance in a nice marketing wrapping. So THEY are making a comeback, not trance as a genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vastvision View Post
    So THEY are making a comeback, not trance as a genre.
    Could be right, but so far what artists have gone from Trance to Trouse/Big-room and then back to Trance? I'm not saying your wrong, I just don't really know.

    I think Trance will make a comeback, but it will not be in a sudden or big thing...these things happen slowly. My prediction...2017/18 we will see a very healthy trance scene, with the big-names of the time once again making good Trance music, rather than having to constantly going underground to find it. It will never hit the heights of 90's - 2004, but will still become one of the longest living genres in electronic music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vastvision View Post
    Trance is not making a comeback, the DJs who tried to switch over to EDM - and failed - are just realizing they made a terrible mistake and now try to package their return to trance in a nice marketing wrapping. So THEY are making a comeback, not trance as a genre.
    I've seen a few which have been successful in the big room house scene. Names like W&W, Ummet Ozcan, Fafaq, Leon Bolier are examples of that.

    Also I know Vytl (James from Karanda) said he just wasn't feeling Trance anymore back in late 2013 but near the end of this year he's started to enjoy it again and so he's coming back, so I wouldn't say he's failed haha. I know a lot like to experiment as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKY661 View Post
    I've seen a few which have been successful in the big room house scene. Names like W&W, Ummet Ozcan, Fafaq, Leon Bolier are examples of that.
    No way that I call the change of these guys as an experiment. In these cases the one and only factor was money. Don't tell me it's an experiment to change your style to something of what everyone does and pretty much everyone does the same. It's also kinda a fact that this big room house is the easiest to make producer-wise.

    If these guys would go to techno, (real) progressive house or any other genres of electronic music, then we can call that as an experiment. But they did not and did not for the same reason so I just simply call them sellout artists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrVrhgyiB View Post
    No way that I call the change of these guys as an experiment. In these cases the one and only factor was money. Don't tell me it's an experiment to change your style to something of what everyone does and pretty much everyone does the same. It's also kinda a fact that this big room house is the easiest to make producer-wise.
    I'd probably experiment with some big room If I was a producer. I'd Obviously keep my Trance roots going, but I would give it a go and put some unique twists on it
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    Slim Colt - Livi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thijs View Post
    I wonder what they mean with "huge comeback". Would that also mean a comeback for Vanessa van Hemmert since she left the 4 Strings group back in 2009?
    I thought she left 4 Strings back in 2005 after the release of 'Sunrise'.
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    Personally I think 2014 has been a great year for Trance.A rennisance period if you will.2011-2013 were easily the dark ages/low point for trance if you ask me.I will say that I am cautiously optimistic about 2015,lets hope trance can keep moving back up!

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    still waiting guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by intrance View Post

    and even those kids who are into electronic music yet, but currently into big room edm, will sooner or later explore what i consider more interesting music.
    That's quite possibly the most ridiculous prediction on here... hah! That's NEVER going to happen.

    Those "kids" are simple fad followers. 10-12 years ago, Hip-Hop/"R&B" was "hot" club stuff. That's what they wanted. Now its "EDM."

    In 5 years? It'll be some other crap.

    It's quite hilarious how stuff like this works out, but back in 2004-2006 when I actively DJed in nightclubs, I always dreamed of electronic music taking over the Hip-Hop/"R&B". It was easy back then. 90% Hip-Hop/"R&B" and 10% electronic stuff. The 10% was still enough and there was no confusion. Electronic = real House, Progressive or Trance, or whatever.

    These days, you have no idea what you get when an "EDM DJ" comes to your club. Quite frankly, I want Hip-Hop and what not back in the spotlight so that all the kids / transient fans / fad-followers can leave the electronic scene to the real lovers of the music.

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