Belgium’s Johan Gielen informs tense home beats having a track of religious and ecological trance. Rotating information since he was an adolescent and upgrading through regional discos and big-name night clubs, Gielen’s first flavor of real achievement happened in 1995 in Japan where owners of Tokyo’s the Velfarre demanded a every week residency. Even though distance proved stressing, Gielen decided and continued to come back to Belgium in-between stints to focus on his personal productions and remixes. The outcomes which — Airscape’s “Pacific Melody” and Alice Deejay’s “The Lonesome One” and remixes for Chicane, Vengaboys, Mobility scooter, DJ Tiesto, and Boy George — demonstrated off a method of open-armed Ibizan benevolence well-suited for the increasing late-night ebullient crowds in Holland and Wales. By 2000, Gielen was going through his biggest 12 months up to now. While operating the event circuit in Germany, South Africa, and Norway, he strengthened his ties to Sven Maes (Svenson & Gielen, Blue Bamboo, Body Warmth), released blend albums (Academy of Trance and Trance Match), and created his personal production organization, Johan Gielen Music Productions. Tiesto’s Dark Hole Recordings held heat on using the 2001 launch of Gielen’s In Trance We Trust 004, which offered a lot more than 60,000 copies through the entire Western territories.