Trance Dance 909
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|Single by Scott Harwood|
|Released||15 October 2011|
|Recorded||15 October 2011, The Bedroom, Republic of Taigh a Bata|
|Genre||Electronica, Trance, Minimalism|
Trance Dance 909 is the third single by Scott Harwood. It was released on the Shedpop label on the 15 October 2011.
The album was entirly recorded in The Bedroom, Republic of Taigh a Bata. It is also the first album to be produced by Harwood using an iPhone.
'Trance Dance 909' is a 1990s style trance track, so named because some of the drum samples originally came from a Roland TR-909 drum machine.
'Glass-Scapes of Tokyo' (the B-side) is a minimalist Japanese sounding piece made up of bell-sounding sequences. The title is a pun on the minimalist artist Phillip Glass.
- Trance Dance 909 (06:25)
- Glass-Scapes of Tokyo (03:45)
- Native Instruments iMaschine
- TonePad Pro