Trance Thursdays 006

Welcome back to another week of the latest and greatest in Trance.

Check out veteran Andy Moor’s latest production, remixing The Thrillseekers’ summer hit, “This Is All We Have.”

1. The Thrillseekers – This Is All We Have (Andy Moor Remix)

Fresh off their worldwide tour to celebrate their 350th episode of FSOE (Future Sound of Egypt), Aly & Fila linked up in the studio with legendary duo Stoneface & Terminal and are clearly keeping busy. Featured on Armin’s ASOT 681 episode and on their album ‘The Other Shore,” this chune will keep you on your toes and in a blissful, bass-driven state of trance.

2. Aly & Fila with Stoneface & Terminal – Universelab

I recently discovered this remix listening to one of Sander’s sets from 2011. A SvD classic from his sensational album Elev11, properly Tranced up.

3. Sander Van Doorn – Love Is Darkness ft. Carol Lee (Ummet Ozcan Remix)

Probably the only track off their new “Start To Feel” album I’ve really enjoyed. Most of the album seemed overly manufactured and unoriginal. Nonetheless, this track does justice to the unique sound Cosmic Gate is known for.

4. Cosmic Gate – Yai 

Before I leave you with your mix for the week, I just had to drop off this nasty electro banger from Max Graham and Maarten De Jong for you.

5. Max Graham vs Maarten De Jong – Lekker


For this week’s mix I am proud to present the 250th episode of Sander Van Doorn’s Identity podcast. The mix features several darker SvD signature classics, delightful melody-filled singles like ‘Nothing Inside,’ ‘Neon (Right Here Right Now),’ ‘Eagles,’ and other chart-topping hits from years past such as Axwell & Henrik B’s never-fading smash hit, ‘Teenage Crime.’

6. Sander van Doorn – Identity 250

Hope you enjoy the variety of tracks for this week! As always, let us know what you think in the comments below. Happy Trance Thursday!



Wilder, aka 'Will King' is a true aficionado when it comes to writing about his biggest passion in life. Since getting thrust into the EDM scene in July 2011, Wilder has brought an array of different styles to the table, being careful never to completely rule out any one style or subgenre. Raised in New York City, he currently attends school in Colorado, where he has been adamantly exploring the local dance scene. Arty, Cosmic Gate, Dirty South, Sander Van Doorn and naturally Armin are Will King's favorite artists. Although they live almost 1000 miles away from eachother, WKing and Dan Tab each claim they have the best and most energetic dance moves on the OTB team...."Don't try and trade Kandi with me. What does PLUR even mean?"
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