Is that techno? Is that trance? Is that house?
I consider myself not as a musician I like the idea of being a digital sound artist, with good an ear and coding skils which have forged my own unique path, crafting a style of house flavours in any unusual combo. I am hoping to bring a breath of fresh air to the electronic dance music scene with my style and implementation of my sounds. This release is more the minimalist style which evolves itself to what we call the tech-trance style of today, avoiding all the mainstream evolutions.
“Do you?” is my new favourite track of all my productions, fantastic acid and house synth and vox work. Because the instrumentation is closer to acid and trance in compare to my traditional style and showcases another example of the higher energy and funkier side of the genre. But what about breakdowns and builds? While these may be indispensable elements of many of the most popular genres and sub-genres of electronic dance music they are much less prevalent in trance. As a result, more abrupt stops and starts are used to increase the effect of sudden changes within the music. In other words, the melody will suddenly stop, leaving the drums and a completely different synth to begin, whereas trance songs would generally continue with the same melody. This may not be a super club-ready, but it’s a great example of the potential of some tech, trance house attempts and addition to usual party vibes.