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In Trance We Trust 019 | Kris O'Neil

With 18 volumes in the series, ‘In Trance We Trust’ now presents its 19th edition, this time mixed by Danish DJ/producer Kris O’Neil. Kris delivers 16 tracks, captured in a well-constructed live DJ mix with plenty of exclusives, meticulously selected for ‘In Trance We Trust, Volume 19’. 


Kris O'Neil
Kris O'Neil

Kris O’Neil (born in Holbæk, Denmark, 1986) started his DJ career at age 15 as a direct result of his successful program called “In Da Mix”, which he hosted on a local radio station. Ever since then, as Kris’ biography states, he has already performed in more countries and produced/remixed for more artists and labels than most DJs will in a lifetime. Known and complimented by promoters worldwide for his unique style in electronic dance music, the Dane is definitely among the finest and fastest rising talents to come out of Scandinavia. His Singles, ‘Paid My Douche’, ‘Those Mornings’, ‘No Porn Intended’ (with JPL) and ‘Swingersclub’ (with Niklas Harding) have all done very well, just like his remixes of ‘Closer’ by JES, ‘Promises’ by Andain and ‘What You Want’ by Daniel Wanrooy Ft. Melissa Mathes.


So far Kris has delivered the mix compilations ‘Summer 2010’, ‘Summer 2011’ and ‘Winter 2011’ on the Black Hole Recordings imprint and he was let loose with ‘Winter 2012’, all the while dedicating extra time and effort behind the scenes to prepare his mix set for ‘In Trance We Trust, Volume 19’. With his volume for the series, Kris delivers a blend of 16 tracks, all mixed without edits or other digital trickery; adding himself to the forerunners of the ‘In Trance We Trust’ 'Hall of Fame' like Carl B, Mark Norman, Cor Fijneman, Ton T.B., Bobina, DJ Observer & Daniel Heatcliff, Virtual Vault and many others. For full tracklist and any other info, check out:


In Trance We Trust 019 | DJ Kris O'Neil

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