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Trancefonic Radio Episode 005

Trancefonic Radio Episode 005

Trancefonic Radio is back with its fifth episode, which is now out and available to download on SoundCloud or as a stream on iTunes. This episode is very special due to our new announcements: Trancefonic will now be a bi-weekly show and will now feature 2 episodes per month, one by Synfonic and another by a monthly guest mixer. This month there’s new tracks from the likes of MaRLo, Heatbeat, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Andrew Rayel and many more!

This month’s mix also features three new tracks by Synfonic. The first one is a brand new remix of ATB’s ‘Ecstasy,’ which is now available to download for free on SoundCloud, as well as a remix of Above & Beyond’s new single ‘Counting Down The Days,’ which is for the Beatport competition to be released on Anjunabeats, so make sure to support Synfonic and vote for the remix on Beatport. And don’t forget that Synfonic’s new Psytrance original ‘Supernatural’ is available on Beatport through Appointed Recordings, so please support!

Don’t forget to subscribe to Trancefonic Radio on SoundCloud and iTunes to keep up to date with the latest episodes. Make sure to follow Synfonic on social media to stay updated on all of our new releases!

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Trancefonic Radio Episode 005 Tracklist

  1. ATB – Ecstasy (Synfonic Remix)
  2. Chris Schweizer – Nessus (Original Mix)
  3. Jorn Van Deynhoven – 101010 The Perfect Ten (Original Mix)
  4. MaRLo & Jano – The Dreamers (Original Mix)
  5. Above & Beyond – Counting Down The Days (Synfonic Remix)
  6. David Gravell – The Last of Us (Alexander Popov Remix)
  7. Andrew Rayel – Daylight (Club Mix)
  8. Alex M.O.R.P.H. & Heatbeat – Amistad (Original Mix)
  9. Jase Thirlwall – Glow (Original Mix)
  10. ReOrder & Lee Osborne – Where You Hide (Original Mix)
  11. Ben Nicky – Red Alert (Original Mix)
  12. Synfonic – Supernatural (Original Mix)

About The Author

Christian Mendoza

Christian, AKA Mence, hails from Los Angeles. He began djing in 2009 in a duo known as Vsnry and began gaining momentum as a music producer. Over time, he found that trance had the highest production quality due to its amazing breakdowns. With this revelation, he and Jesse Hernandez created Synfonic and developed their own radio show, Trancefonic.

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