trancey

trancey

(ˈtrɑːnsɪ)
adj
(of music) having a hypnotic effect due to repetitive rhythms
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Noire is all about exploring and merging the classical, the techno, the trancey, the dark, the edgy and importantly, the uplifting.
After two or three plays, though, its charms begin to reveal themselves: the slightly clubby folk of lead single Desire, the trancey title track and gorgeous ballad Forever Be Upstanding At e Door which, if donated to One Direction, could mean the brothers need never work again.
After two or three plays, though, its charms begin to reveal themselves: the slightly clubby folk of lead single Desire, the trancey title track and gorgeous ballad Forever Be Upstanding At The Door which, if donated to One Direction, could mean the brothers need never work again.
Eugene-based Americanistan is celebrating the release of its sixth album, "Beautiful Nights: Trancey Strings and Droney Things," with a party on Saturday at Celebration Belly Dance and Yoga Studio.
The second CD is more the Paul we know and love, full of big room trancey sounds.
The DJ is expected to present a set of trendy lounge, nu-funk, nu-disco, electro, elegant club music and trancey mashed-up tracks during the event.
You've got to be alert to maintain this careful balancing act, but the meditative lull of Osmos' ambiance creates a uniquely relaxing, trancey experience.
Electronic music and especially the trancey world are very global now and popular internationally compared to other styles of music".
On it hypnotically trancey blues, gossamer-light folk and fluid, ambient jazz all combine to create the aural equivalent of floating suspended in luke-warm water.
Vuzz: A new night of funky, trancey and hard-house music.