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Trance - Radio with a beautiful rhythmic music and tempo from 128 to 145 beats per minute. This style of electronic music that developed in the 1990s is still wildly popular in large open air and festivals. Music for thousands of people. Often repeating beautiful bass line, vocal and instrumental sets just "shakes" everybody around. Despite such electronic nature of trance, sometimes it can heard live with real live instruments, some popular artists in this genre often do it and make working with orchestras around the world.

 

The most well-known artists of this style are Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, ATB, Paul van Dyk, Above & Beyond and many other notorious personalities.

 

Despite the style-oriented on big crowd, many people listening it everywhere as background music. Enjoy the best trance rhythms on our online radio, and do not forget to tell your friends about it!

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