Before Trance came around, I listened to stuff like Die Form. But I was still trying to find my way. Now I'm home with Trance. Trance is different than other electronic forms of music because it literally induces a trance-like state... using soothing vocals and repetitive, majestic melodies. Die Form is Industrial. I used to listen to a lot of Industrial back in the days of the 12" vinyl records. Clubs were playing Industrial music. Remember that song I turned you on to? "A Split Second - Colleseum Crash" -- that is also Industrial. Still one of my all-time faves.
How have you been old friend.
Didn't like the other 2? Try these on for size. I tolerate Armin Van Buuren in small doses but these 2 diddies recently made my playlist.
The below is properly titled "Yet Another Day (Attention Deficit Adderall Session)" ... the singer is clearly inspired by the great David Bowie. This one is very psychedelic and gets better as it goes, so give it a chance.
This one I'm hand-picking for you because you enjoy good poetry. Maybe you'll enjoy the chilled sound too, not sure
"But let us not come up with any patronizing nonsense about Jesus being a great teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to." C.S. Lewis