Last Trancient is the collaboration of David Owen and Richard Conway. A funky house dj/producer and a rock guitarist are not the usual combination for creating a trance duo, but somehow it happened! Maybe it was something in the air, or the water? Either way, twelve years later and here they are, armed with a collection of genre-defying beats.

With guest vocalists’ Melanie Jay and the male diva Narice, the boys get their creative juices flowing and leave the studio armed with new and exciting sounds. Not ones for being pigeonholed with a particular style, they prefer to describe their music as electronica with an underlying hint of trance.

However their sound is best described is probably a matter of personal choice. Hopefully it will be viewed as engaging, uplifting and timeless.

They are founding members of Worx Music, a dance label based in Sheffield. All of the Last Trancient back catalogue is being released into stores. To listen to demos check out the discography page and to purchase tracks, visit our download partner websites.

Discography


Elementalism

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A pure euphoric stomper for the masses. A bouncing bassline coupled with uplifting synths and topped off with a catchy lead. A guaranteed floor filler.


A Little Love

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A remix of Powercircle’s classic of the same name. A Radio Edit for more commercial dancefloors. These are the same vocals used in the remix of Chicane’s Offshore ’97.


Do It To Me Now

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A phat bassline, atmospheric synths and plenty of filters make this a tune you can’t do without!


Electricity

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For those who like driving trance. A hard lead and warm synths to please any dancefloor.


Sattelites of Neptune

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Trance at its best, even if we do say so ourselves. This can only be described as epic! DSO’s favourite tune to date.


Digital Generation

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Laid back and moody. Perfect for the end of the night.


Eternity

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Melanie Jay returns with spine tingling vocals. Classy; uplifting; hairs on the back of your neck stuff.


Together

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Narice makes his vocal debut with this chilled out houser. Smooth, unconventional and understated.


String Theory

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Ambient, ambient, ambient. ’nuff said.


The Talisman

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Dust off your white gloves, rave is alive and well! This driving bouncer makes you think it’s 1993 all over again.


Take Me

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Melanie Jay’s sexy vocals with timeless synths and Balearic guitars create a track that’s perfect for watching those Ibizan sunsets.


Dangerous Times

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A proper song, verses, choruses and all! A nice slice of pop trance and currently being remixed.


Darkness

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A hard houser from 1998, which saw the debut of Melanie Jay on vocals.