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Shiba San x Walker & Royce at The Grand Boston 10.17.19

  • 58 Seaport Blvd. Suite 300, 02210 Boston, Massachusetts
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Shiba San x Walker & Royce at The Grand Boston 10.17.19

  • 58 Seaport Blvd. Suite 300, 02210 Boston, Massachusetts

Shiba San x Walker & Royce at The Grand Boston 10.17.19

58 Seaport Blvd. Suite 300, 02210 Boston, Massachusetts
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San Francisco, CA – ¡Mayday! Fire In The Sky Tour

  • 406 Clement St , 94118 San Francisco, California
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San Francisco, CA – ¡Mayday! Fire In The Sky Tour

  • 406 Clement St , 94118 San Francisco, California

San Francisco, CA – ¡Mayday! Fire In The Sky Tour

406 Clement St , 94118 San Francisco, California

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Trance is a genre of electronic music[7] that emerged from the British new-age music scene and the early 1990s German techno and hardcore scenes.[2][3] At the same time trance music was developing in Europe, the genre was also gathering a following in the Indian state of Goa.[10]

Trance music is characterized by a tempo lying between 110–150 bpm (BPM),[6] repeating melodic phrases[6] and a musical form that distinctly builds tension and elements throughout a track often culminating in 1 to 2 “peaks” or “drops”.[6] Although trance is a genre of its own, it liberally incorporates influences from other musical styles such as techno,[4][2] house,[1][2] pop,[4] chill-out,[4] classical music,[4][5] tech house, ambient and film music.[5]

A trance is a state of hypnotism and heightened consciousness.[11] This is portrayed in trance music by the mixing of layers with distinctly foreshadowed build-up and release. A common characteristic of trance music is a mid-song climax followed by a soft breakdown disposing of beats and percussion entirely,[4][6] leaving the melody or atmospherics to stand alone for an extended period before gradually building up again. Trance tracks are often lengthy to allow for such progression and commonly have sufficiently sparse opening and closing sections to facilitate mixing by DJs.[4][6]