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12 new euphoric Aussie Trance tunes you must hear right now

These new records are sure to fully entrance its listeners.

Twelve sterling examples of how incredible Aussie Trance music can be.

We bring you the latest spellbinding tracks from artists such as Henry Dark, Jody 6, Ahmet Atasever, HP Source and more.

There’s also Factor B’s ‘Into The Light’, MaRLo’s new collab with Emma Chatt ‘Here We Are’ and Jericho Frequency’s huge new remix, so pump your fist in the air like there’s no tomorrow, because these twelve tunes will keep you occupied for time to come!

Listen to the new tracks below.

Ruslan Radriges & Cathy Burton – Hearts To Entwine (Jericho Frequency Remix)

Aussie producer Jericho Frequency delivers an astounding rendition of Ruslan Radriges and Cathy Burton’s stunning single ‘Entwine’. This is the kind of Trance you live and breathe for!

Get it here (RazNitzanMusic)

Henry Dark – Caffeine

Henry Dark’s new prog trancer ‘Caffeine’ showcases a mighty blend of epic melodies and thumping beats, complemented by an awe-inspiring atmosphere.

Get it here (Black Sunset Music)

Jody 6 – Amethyst

Hailing from Brisbane, Jody 6 has unleashed a mighty uplifting anthem on Ferry Corsten’s Flashover Trance imprint. From its mesmerising breakdown to its killer melody, ‘Amethyst’ takes you on a mind-blowing journey. We can safely say that you should watch out for this talented producer!

Get it here (Flashover Trance)

Ahmet Atasever feat. Monty Wells – Trading Halos

Melbourne’s Ahmet Atasever and Monty Wells have come together to create the magic that is ‘Trading Halos’. Capturing the hearts of thousands of fans with its breathtaking soundscape and stunning vocals, the hit single, along with Sunset’s epic remix, has seen support from some of the biggest names in the scene including Paul van Dyk and Ferry Corsten.

Get it here (Alter Ego Records)

Factor B – Into The Light

Delivering a tremendous uplifting anthem with an all-powerful bassline to go along with its vibrant melodies and hair-raising breakdown, there’s no reason as to why this shouldn’t become your all-time favourite tune.

Out July 6 (Subculture)

HP Source – Quantum Leap

The Aussie duo do it again, here is ‘Quantum Leap’ by HP Source, ready to cut through your speakers with pure, fiery intensity!

Get it here (AERYS)

MaRLo feat. Emma Chatt – Here We Are

‘Here We Are’ is the result of the second team-up of MaRLo and Emma Chatt. It’s one of those tunes that invites you to raise your hands up high and just fly away in full happiness.

Get it here (Armind)

Oxia – Domino (Neblio Remix)

Neblio provides a stunning dance-floor experience with his new rendition of Oxia’s ‘Domino’, giving it his very own twist of trance energy sure to drive entire crowds mad with excitement. Be prepared to hear more from Neblio!

Get it here

Liam Bajic – Sakura

Taken from his new ‘Avalon’ EP, Liam Bajic delivers a stunning new progressive trance record with the most wonderful of atmospheres and melodies. From start to finish, this is a track worth an infinite amount of plays.

Get it here (405 Recordings)

Pablo Anon – Causality

Ever serving the needs of trance lovers, Aussie producer Pablo Anon is back on Alex M.O.R.P.H.’s Universal Nation imprint with a smashing tune that, in all fairness, is going to blow your mind.

Get it here (Universal Nation)

Elypsis & Arielle Maren – Always Be

Elypsis recently released the atmospheric prog gem ‘Always Be’ with Arielle Maren. A solid tune with a warm-flowing melody and great drive, you’ll easily fall for its beauty.

Get it here (Silk Music)

Egorythmia – Anomaly (Zone Tempest Remix)

If you want power, you can get it! Conjured up by Australia’s Psy-Trance hero Zone Tempest, you can expect some pounding basslines to reach your ears.

Get it here

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

My name is Miguel, and i'm a trance addict.

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