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The Thrillseekers set to prove Trance is still alive & kicking with 4-hour set in Sydney

The Thrillseekers will take Sydney fans on a mind-blowing Trance journey.

Known the world over as one of the most consistent Trance producers of today, The Thrillseekers is sure to get the die-hard Aussie Trance fans to reach for the stars as he hits the decks in Sydney this week to perform a special 4-hour set.

Poised to bring a piece of Trance heaven to Sydney’s Home The Venue Rooftop on Friday March 9The Thrillseekers will take fans on a mind-blowing journey filled with impeccable breakdowns, captivating melodies and surreal power levels, showing us all that Trance music is still going strong!

With countless successes with each and every release including the classic ‘Synaesthesia’, his latest collab ‘Meraki’ with M.I.K.E. Push and the No. 1 FSOE track of 2016 ‘Amber’, produced under his Hydra alias, it is no wonder that The Thrillseekers aka Steve Helstrip has rightfully earned the highest respect from trance lovers across the world. The Trance mastermind sure knows how to get the Aussie Trance crowd excited, his performances always emanate a specific kind of feeling no Trance fan could resist.

In Sydney, the underground Trance movement is being kept alive by Trancendence, showing new fans and old what Trance really means. Trance artists were at one stage considered the modern day Mozart’s and The Thrillseekers captures that phrase to a tee. Get tickets here!

Get tickets to see The Thrillseekers in Sydney here

Check out these tracks:

The Thrillseekers vs M.I.K.E. Push – Meraki:

The Thrillseekers – In These Arms (The Thrillseekers Pres. Hydra Remix):

The Thrillseekers with Stine Grove – How Will I Know (Club Mix):

The Thrillseekers Pres. Hydra – Amber:

The Thrillseekers – Halcyon 2016

The Thrillseekers – Synaesthesia:

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

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

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