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We at Trance Hub have curated something special.
Handpicked – ‘Best of the month’ tunes.
But wait! Not it’s just an article, we’re also presenting the first edition in a Mixset ready to Stream on Mixcloud!

Available exclusively on Trance Hub Mixcloud every last day of the month.


Here are the Tunes in Alphabetical order.

Above & Beyond feat. Zoë Johnston – Always [ANJUNABEATS]

A reminder of the delicate and emotive song writing that has defined Above & Beyond’s music throughout their career, ‘Always’ is the latest single to be taken from their highly anticipated 4th studio album ‘Common Ground’. A downtempo piano piece, ‘Always’ features vocals from longterm collaborator Zoë Johnston. Subtle and beautiful, like magic.


Aly & Fila vs Ferry Corsten – Camellia [FSOE]

The incredible Camellia from Aly & Fila’s critically acclaimed Beyond The Light’s album lands with a brand new extended version. Aly & Fila team up with one of the greatest trance artists of all time, Ferry Corsten, to deliver a beautiful arp and rolling bassline driven Balearic anthem. Roger Shah would be very proud of this track too!


Andy Moor & Ashley Wallbridge feat. Meighan Nealon – Faces (Indecent Noise Extended Remix) [WAO 138]

Flipping Andy Moor & Ashley Wallbridge’s highly acclaimed classic on its head, Indecent Noise lives up to his reputation. Laced with ravaging basslines, Meighan Nealon’s sped-up vocals and thumping kick drums, this cut shows a whole other side to ‘Faces’.


Casey Rasch & Andres Sanchez – Backlash [IN TRANCE WE TRUST]

The first 2018 release from Blackhole is intense, furious, like fireworks, or a club on fire!

Supremely produced uplifting Trance, loads of acid. Fun? May I add more? It’s dark, techy and monstrous. An excellent collaboration indeed!


Dan Thompson – Imprint [A STATE OF TRANCE]

Leaving his mark on the A State Of Trance label once again, Dan Thompson is back on the label that welcomes his highly energetic cuts with open arms. ‘Imprint’ is more of that sonic goodness, infused with a blast of power and a melody that no Trance fan can withstand. No Trance cut is purer than this one.



David Broaders – Neogenesis [FSOE PARALLELS]

Bringing a new dimension of progressive to FSOE’s Parallels label, David Broaders delivers his shimmering new track ‘Neogenesis’. Stunning chord progressions and expert melodies make this one of Parallels’ stand out tunes, and we can’t get enough.


Liam Wilson – Unit E2 [FSOE]

UK based DJ and producer Liam Wilson returns to FSOE Clandestine with his follow up to ‘Mafia’ – ‘Unit E2’. An industrial styled tech trance record with massive synths that will have you partying until sunrise. Another superb record on the label of Stoneface & Terminal.


Markus Schulz – The New World [ARMADA]

Turning up the heat in these full-on remixes, Mark Sherry and Davey Asprey put their hands to Markus Schulz’s ‘The New World’ and do so brilliantly. Like an electric current so charged and smooth flowing, these renditions of the beloved Trance classic indeed offer a jaw-dropping new world for Trance fans to explore.


Solarstone & Scott Bond – Red Line Highway [ARMADA]

An anthem and classic reborn, Solarstone and Scott Bond’s masterpiece is back for some Trance-flavored cruisin’ once more. Through a remastered original version and Factor B’s timeless Back to the Future treatment, this cut remains perfect as ever for sunset drives and all other moments of euphoria along the ‘Red Line Highway’.


Super8 & Tab feat. Envy Monroe – True Love [ARMIND]

Turning every single moment in one of the most epic yet, this brand-new Armind release hits the world in acclaimed Super8 & Tab fashion. Featuring Envy Monroe’s vivacious vocals, blazing synths and a melody like a fairy tale, ‘True Love’ is what every person in the world wants to get his hands on.


The Thrillseekers pres. Hydra – Amber (Vintage & Morelli Extended Remix) [FSOE]

The epic Amber has been given an incredible progressive trance rework by Serbian Vintage & Morelli. The spine-tingling original melody has had a makeover, added with atmospheric sustained pads a harmonic subtle arp, driving bass and a brilliant progressive groove.


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