This Friendship day, August 2nd, saw a big name in the Trance Industry make his appearance in the place where most of classical Trance derived its inspiration from. To all the victims of inclement weather, Richard Durand played a mesmerizing set at the famed nightclub SINQ.
Such was the anticipation and anxiety in the Goan Music Industry, that a major hiccup was averted in what appears to be a case of mis-spelled-typos potentially party-poopin’
Richard Durand initially was to play at an event at Titos Courtyard Goa but was shifted to SINQ due to controversial reasons. The last minute venue change in Richard Durand’s performance saw mixed expressions among the Goan EDM enthusiasts.
Getting back to music, those still listening to Trance would know that Richard Durand is one of the few artists who’s actually retained all elements of Trance in his productions. From being the co-compiler of this year’s ‘In Search Sunrise 13.5’ which has received rave reviews to producing a diverse array of tracks, he’s proved that the old styles are here to stay at nightclubs.