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The official web site of Australia based Trance DJ, presenter of the Club Trance podcast, producer and all-round electronic music fan.

Club Trance Podcast

For every podcast I select my favourite tunes and put them into the Club Trance Podcast which runs for one hour. Expect a wicked selection of the hottest in Trance, Tech and Progressive, new and classics. These tracks will go way beyond your expectations and imagination, some may even surprise you. Club Trance is about those tracks which inspire and move you emotionally and make you wish you were at a massive trance party dancing madly lost in the crowd without a care in the world reaching up for the lasers. This without a doubt is a must for all trance music fans!

You can download or stream the podcast from the providers bellow for free.

Enjoy! (;-}

About

I’m an Australia based trance music producer, presenter of the Club Trance podcast and above all else a massive trance music fan. Creatively I’m driven by the positive energy that can be created by a combination of uplifting electronic sounds, galloping drum beats, fat bass and the thought of positive like minded people ripping it up on the dance floor. For me it’s not just about the music it’s the complete package, the dance culture, atmosphere, people, visual sights and the adventures that can be created by the magic of dance events by the likes of Gatecrasher, Cream, Trance Energy, Sensation, Armin Only, Global Gathering, Pharmacy and Transmission. How could I forget lasers, I love lasers.

I love Trance and that’s the type of music I like to write. I love the way it stirs up emotion and takes me on a journey. I love how you can incorporate the best from many styles and combine them into an emotional wonderland.

I urge you to discover the esoteric powers of the naturally stimulated brain and experience some of the beautiful forms of consciousness that ultimately awaits us all…

Peace+Love
Ladislav

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