The Radar 106: Monoverse

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Monoverse

It’s rare in today’s climate to hear of reputable new trance acts rising out of the United States. Monoverse is one of those few, and is helping lead a new generation of producers who crave sounds of trance that aren’t currently dominating the market. He’s additionally known an incredibly hard worker, building his brand through consistent output and planting himself firmly on the East Coast circuit before being recognized by the Cold Harbour camp and breaking through onto the global sphere.

Since then, Monoverse has been on a seemingly unstoppable ascension in his career. His work can regularly be found not just on Cold Harbour, but also the iconic Future Sound Of Egypt, among others. He recently launched his Parallels brand through there, which he is now expanding into a party series as well for the finest in progressive trance.

Monoverse’s dedication to his craft and growing reputation in the scene made him a natural pick for this edition of the Radar series. In his mix, the burgeoning trance talent offers up a sonic interpretation of where his is musically at the moment, featuring a series of well-mixed selections — some of which are exclusive. We see the full spectrum of the Monoverse sound, in addition to a look at what the genre truly means in his eyes. The result shows an artist with no sign on slowing down anytime soon.


Tracklist:

01. Tonal Axis – Rainfall (Monoverse Remix) [Pure Progressive]
02. The Stupid Experts – Bittersweet [FSOE Parallels]
03. Liam Wilson – Always With Me (Mir Omar Remix) [Subculture]
04. The Thrillseekers – In These Arms (Gundamea Remix) [FSOE UV]
05. Gordey Tsukanov – Radioactivity [FSOE Parallels]
06. Revkin – No Release [FSOE Parallels]
07. Anden – Venice Grind [FSOE Parallels]
08. Emerge – Whisper [FSOE Parallels]
09. John Fisherman – Andromeda [Exia Underground]
10. ID – ID [FSOE Parallels]
11. ID – ID [FSOE Parallels]
12. Digital Rush – I Should Be Free (Instrumental Mix) [FSOE Parallels]
13. ID – ID [FSOE Parallels]
14. ID – ID [FSOE Parallels]
15. ID – ID [FSOE Parallels]
16. ID – ID
17. Attila Syah & Ramsey Westwood – Horizon [FSOE Parallels]
18. Alex Wright – Aswan [FSOE Parallels]
19. ID – ID
20. Monoverse vs. Eco & Jennifer Rene – Aria Running (Monoverse Mashup)
21. Thomas Datt – Fluid Karma [FSOE Parallels]
22. Farid & Hidden Tigress – Diamond Eyes (Enzo Remix) [FSOE Parallels]

Virtual Self Hits Us With Surprise Music Video For “Key”

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angelic substream – it is the arcanesystem. do you feel the air ? Porter Robinson has been dropping bombs on electronic dance music with his new alias. The alias delivers a mesmerizing new sound which has rejuvanted an industry that has been dropping the same pop-droppy sounds for the past few years. Back in December

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U4RIA Trance Festival Lineup Includes Major Names in Trance

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Riding on the coattails of the recent popularity of trance events like Insomniac’s Dreamstate, Electric Escape is producing Canada’s first ever all-trance festival in Toronto. U4RIA will be held on Friday, June 1st and Saturday, June 2nd and it includes some major names in the beloved trance genre. Astrix, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Bryan Kearny, Cold Blue,

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Premiere | Cosmic Gate & Super8 & Tab – Noom (Estiva Remix)

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Nic, Bossi, Janne, Miika – could there be a mightier force for trance good than the assembly of Cosmic Gate & Super8 & Tab!? Well Wake Your Mind Records reckon there just might! In that pursuit, the label throws another name into the ‘Noom’ ring this week. Step-up a man as currently on fire as

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Markus Schulz & Emma Hewitt – Safe From Harm

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Placing the spotlight on song-centric trance, today sees Markus Schulz unveil the first track from his new capsule, ‘Safe From Harm’. ‘Safe From Harm’ has him on a first time studio-connect with Australia’s Emma Hewitt – a singer/songwriter who has vocally defined the music of many a producer, Chris Lake, Tiësto, Dash Berlin and Cosmic

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Ilan Bluestone Unleashes Progressive Heater ‘Let Me Know’

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Anjunabeats favorite and trance mainstay Ilan Bluestone has just unleashed another progressive trance heater off of his upcoming album. ‘Let Me Know’ is filled with addictive bouncy bass, sweet synths, euphoric vocals, and an electrifying drop. The 4th single off of his upcoming album ‘Scars’, this is a tune that Anjuna fans have been waiting for

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John 00 Fleming Releases Massive 4+ Hour Comp “JOOF Editions Volume 4” – A Trance Fans Dream

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To truly push the envelope, logic dictates you must first bin its respective rulebook. In conceiving his JOOF Editions series, that’s what John 00 Fleming did with mixcomp’s rubric. He imagined a higher, more reflective calling for the medium, taking it beyond that of mere DJs’ ‘calling card’. A means to an end, ‘Editions’ convention-busting

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Profetik Strikes Progressive Gold Again With Vocal Smash ‘Forgive Me Again’

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Haters might say the trance scene’s dead, but they couldn’t be more wrong. More and more new talent arises and LA producer Profetik is one of them – providing clear evidence that the mesmerizing melodies and rhapsodic sounds of trance are very much alive and kicking. Hot off several Top 10 Beatport positions and following

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John O’Callaghan and Cold Blue create blissful atmosphere in latest Subculture Compilation

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Subculture

The time of year has arrived to showcase the current ethos of Subculture, John O’Callaghan‘s reputable trance imprint. The head honcho elects rising talent Cold Blue, who in the past two years has established himself as a prodigious new addition to the uplifting and tech circuits, to join him in mixing together the two-disc compilation. Together, the two have created what can only be described as bliss, with each mixer contributing a sentimental mix of melody and euphoria with a touch of edge.

John O’Callaghan opens the mix with an ethereal concoction of his own originals, and those of his friends and colleagues. His first selections lay strings on heavily, making for a cinematic listen that evokes a new-age orchestral feel. Calmness is attained briefly with Activa’s “Meridian,” before the Irish trance don reaches back into uplifting territory with a bout of Craig Connelly, then down into the tech side of the spectrum with his recent output, “Next Stop Muddy Waters.”

The second half of the compilation doubles as an album of sorts for the lauded Cold Blue, who features entirely his personal repertoire in his contribution. Not that this isn’t appreciated; his production abilities are diverse and well-honed, with the German newcomer displaying a particular affinity for crafty melodic arrangement. He reminds listeners of his most iconic singles throughout the past year, including “Speed Of Life,” “Once In Time,” and the more recent “Learning To Live.”

 

 

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A State of Trance Reveals Their Mysterious Artist Set To Perform at Ultra 2018

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On Ultra Music Festival’s lineup, there’s two blurred out spot on the main stage for Sunday. While most people tend to believe either Swedish House Mafia or Daft Punk will be in that spot, the second headliner space for A State of Trance’s stage on Sunday will go to Above & Beyond. Many people believed

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