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Full Spectrum 1 Hour Pilot

Full Spectrum 1 Hour Pilot

Playing tracks by

Lee Osborne, Store N Forward, Exostate, Andy Moor feat. Sue McLaren , Beat Service and more.

Full Spectrum 1 Hour Pilot show played before Premiere.

Full Spectrum is a Trance radio show offering a wide progression of speed and styles over two hours. Starting at 128 BPM the slower start will not equate to less energy. But for those who like their beats fast don’t worry, as the show will make its way up to 140 BPM just for good measure. With so many new styles being explored by Trance producers the show also intends to reflect this creativity. The show is not only about playing brand new releases and playing them once. Expect a unique mix and the latest tunes but also the anthems both new and old. A Full Spectrum – I hope you enjoy.

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Craig Gordon - Trance Spectrum

Glad you liked the mix babe ;) Thx for the support.

Craig Gordon - Trance Spectrum

Hey Dustin thanks man it amazing that music can deliver such a message without words. I put lots of thought in to the selection and strive for long and harmonic transitions and it is as you say out of love. Been that long has it? Don't make the mistake of spending all your time on the rat race - we all need a little music in our lives!

Craig Gordon - Trance Spectrum

Been spinning for about a year Nimbus. Always dreamed of doing it and been listening / partying for years but going to London inspired me to actually get out there and do it. So many people who love music there, its a great place to be! Thanks for the comment :)

DjStarShatter

Once again great job...I see much potential in you. How long have you been spinning?I like your style!!!

N2ractv Radio

Thanks for sharing your music Craig. You can tell in your transitions that there is a true love for music and emotion. And thanks for reminding me that i haven't done a Trance mix for, well since the '90's, when Future Sound Of London and CJ Bolland ruled the speakers.