Godskitchen returns yet again for another instalment of the underground trance festival. In previous years Australia, saw the epic Boombox and 3D editions of the festival. This year Future Entertainment brings to us Godskitchen: A Trance Odyssey.
Trance lovers in Australia will no doubt be aware of the significance of the event. Not to mention the theme - which always attracts significant attention from the trance fans. In 2009, Godskitchen's Boombox edition attracted a sold-out venue with names like Sander van Doorn and John O'Callaghan on the bill. Last year's instalment of Godskitchen 3D saw the likes of Andy Moor and Marcel Woods. This year's Godskitchen – A Trance Odyssey – yet again continues to impress.
It's of no surprise to the trance audience that Godskitchen is highly reputable for its large-scale production, proving that an event isn't always just about the acts. Rather, the thought in production should be just as impressive. And that it is this year, with a new theme that lives up to the rhythm of pulsating trance.
This year's bill includes the Dutch tech-trance king Marco V, notable from his 2009 epic record 'Unprepared'. The style and adoration for the track is a testament to his name, not that he needs any proof. He has already played at the biggest clubs and festivals around the world with an almost endless list including Trance Energy, Sensation, Ultra Music Festival and much more. Richard Durand who was here just last year as a representative for the vintage In Search of Sunrise compilation accompanies him.
Richard Durand needs no introduction to trance fans and is no stranger to Australian shores having played at the NYE edition of Sensation in Melbourne in 2008/2009, as well as a tour for the popular In Search of Sunrise compilation, a hefty reputation under his belt. Closely resembling a genius with his music, he is a perfect engineer with the underground styles of music. With commercial success of remixes for Tiesto and Michael Jackson, as well as an array of own productions under his belt, Durand lives up to the theme of the 2011 edition of Godskitchen.