Gen X with Gabrielle: The History of Trance

Tonight, from 6:00pm — 8:00pm SLT, at the Time­less Under­ground in the RavKom Sim, Gabrielle Riel is going to take you on a trip through Trance…

From our bud­dy Mr. Wikipedia:

Trance is a style of elec­tron­ic music that devel­oped in the 1990s. Trance music is gen­er­al­ly char­ac­ter­ized by a tem­po of between 130 and 160 BPM, fea­tur­ing repeat­ing melod­ic syn­the­siz­er phras­es, and a musi­cal form that builds up and down through­out a track. It often fea­tures crescen­dos and break­downs. Some­times vocals are also uti­lized. The style is arguably derived from a com­bi­na­tion of large­ly elec­tron­ic club music such as ambi­ent music, tech­no, and house.

Gabi’s playlist tonight focus­es on ear­ly Trance, and Trance from the 1990s…although she is slip­ping some more cur­rent Trance into the mix just for fun. Join her, Host Chris­tine McAl­lis­ter-Pearse and the Gen Xers at Time­less Under­ground tonight!

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One Response to “Gen X with Gabrielle: The History of Trance”

  1. littlered says:

    gab­by, lit­tlered is lis­ten­ing. Can you guess who I am.

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