By JoAnn Curtis 14th Jun, 2012
The greatest Dutch electronica fleet in the world raided The Family on Friday night.
By Angus Paterson 21st Oct, 2009
Five years in the making, and we finally have Way Out West's love dedication to old-school analogue hardware. 'We Love Machine' is beautiful electronic music pure and simple, and it’s one of the year's best dance albums. We love Way Out West.
By Ed Montano 21st Oct, 2009
The Dutch deity of trance has put together yet another superb collection of uplifting and euphoric tunes, all sequenced and mixed into a blissful and inspirational seventy-seven minutes of aural heaven.
By Phillip Bourne 31st Jul, 2009
There are some good tunes on Push's third artist album release, but as an overall package I think it's a bit of a let-down.
By Alex Christ 30th Jul, 2009
Anyone who has been a long term lover of trance will tell you that it doesn’t come much better than a production from Lustral.
By Chris Rawlins 24th Jun, 2009
One of the most anticipated comps on the trance calendar, Armin's annual 'A State of Trance' continues to be an important barometre for the scene. And while the world's #1 DJ slightly under-delivers here, it's still a typically quality release.
By Elliot Giakalis 11th Jun, 2009
All up, if you're an Armin fan then you'll enjoy this. If you were a fan of 'Imagine', then consider it a must.
By Angus Paterson 27th May, 2009
If there’s any mix CD out there that'll prove that trance is full of unexpected surprises, then this is it. If you’re willing to take a journey into the deeper, darker side of trance, then you owe it to yourself to have a listen to 'Toronto '09'.
By Richard Shute 5th Dec, 2008
The ASOT juggernaut returns for the 2008 edition with typically intelligent programming and selection, but a surprising lack of finish.
By Jake McCauley 5th Jun, 2008
'Imagine' is the third artist album from world #1 DJ Armin van Buuren. This 11-track masterpiece is a class above, and Armin may have single handedly pulled trance out of the doldrums and steered the genre back to the top!
By Richard Shute 4th Mar, 2008
Markus Schulz’s 'Amsterdam ’08' is the eagerly awaited addition to a series which is becoming increasingly difficult to overlook, and he’s in the country right now for the Future Music Festival. ITM takes a look...