Trap has come a long way since it’s recent rebirth and this week’s variety pack mix is a prime example of that featuring 32 fresh (but varied) tracks in just over 90 minutes. Ranging from Trap styled music influenced by the Mainstream, EDM Festival music, Ambient/Downtempo, Rap, Trance, House, R&B, Juke, and whatever else, this mix features a little of everything. As Trap’s popularity grows it’s inevitably becoming more influenced and combined with all kinds of electronic music, creating endless subgenres and loosening the boundaries of what might be considered actual “Trap”, for better or worse. And whether you like it or not, this trend is only going to continue as Trap grows in the EDM and mainstream music scenes and as it goes, alienating some initial fans along the way. One thing we can confidently say is that Trap isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, and A State Of Trap will be here for the ride.
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A State Of Trap returns again with episode 16 and is (as expected) once again a live mix chalk full or originals and remixes to make this a true Trap/Trap Experience. Well, that and the fact that I happened to feature two different JT trap remixes and then after doing so realized that his own new album the 20/20 Experience just came out this week so selah. Anyways, coincidences aside ASOT 16 comes through (as usual) with 26 quality tunes of the trap/trill variety for your listening enjoyment. For track listing info, check out the blog post below or via mixcloud.
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Episode Thirteen has been a very long time coming, and with Bauuer’s Harlem Shake on the top charted position around the world, trap fans are asking themselves: what’s next? Is trap over?
Please, you should know better than that. A State of Trap brings you yet another Harlem-Shake-Free episode of real trill shit, so take an hour to listen and enjoy. For those of you worried about the next episode, 14 is already on the way to its final stages, so get ready for a really trap-filled month.
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2013 is here and the trap keeps trapping on. On that note, A State of Trap Episode 12 is brought to you by the term of the week, “trap trap”. Also, listen closely for a special ASOT shout out in this episode from a top notch dj, bro. Per the norms, take a look out below (or on mixcloud) for the full track listing.
And in case you weren’t familiar, A State Of Trap is a podcast on iTunes so you can hit that up to hear the mixes in full 320kbps audio quality. And don’t forget that with a simple subscribe below, A State Of Trap will appear in your itunes as soon as hits the internets.
Since Episode 10 was posted, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in the number of podcast listeners – WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE? Seriously, thanks to everyone for listening and supporting A State Of Trap, and we’re excited to see what 2013 brings for the genres of trap, trill, twerk, and other derviatives.
Finally, here’s Episode 11, featuring THIRTY tracks from producers old and new. Enjoy the lastest in trap music, ya’ll.
Episode 006 arrived earlier this week and is now finally riding the slow current from the mixcloud to the podwaves. As always, this episode features lots of new trap and (future) trill infused tracks and remixes for your listening pleasure.
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