Above & Beyond’s acoustic documentary, ‘Above & Beyond Acoustic – Giving Up The Day Job’, is now available on iTunes worldwide.
The double feature film also includes a full-length concert video shot during their iconic performance at the Hollywood Bowl.
‘Above & Beyond Acoustic: Giving Up The Day Job’ follows the group’s journey from the DJ booth to the Hollywood Bowl.
With a travelling party of 17 musicians plus a 34-piece orchestra in LA, the new film is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at one of the world’s biggest dance acts.
Trance legends Above & Beyond have uploaded a live recording of their acoustic set in the Hollywood Bowl from 2016.
Performed with an orchestra, the set was part of the UK trio's venture into more acoustic territory – which you can find documented in their new film ‘Giving Up The Day Job’.
Above & Beyond have today announced the release of ‘Above and Beyond Acoustic: Giving Up The Day Job’, a new behind-the-scenes documentary filmed during the band’s sellout acoustic tour in 2016.
The documentary follows the trio’s journey from Abbey Road Studios, through to their shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the Sydney Opera House and finally the Hollywood Bowl.
The documentary will also include a full-length concert film from their now iconic sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl.
Eric Prydz, Swedish House Mafia, Above & Beyond, Carl Cox and many more have shared their sets from Ultra Music Festival last weekend (23rd - 25th May), which took place at Bayfront Park in Miami, Florida.
The audio from their performances is now available via Mixcloud, with full sets also streaming from Dubfire b2b Nicole Moudaber b2b Paco Osuna, David Guetta, Tiesto, Virtual Self (aka Porter Robinson) and more.
Ultra Music Festival 2018 was a weekend full of truly unforgettable moments. Along with the much anticipated and hugely secretive reunion of Swedish House Mafia last night and a weekend full of incredible sets – many of which you can rewatch on DJ Mag’s YouTube channel – there were a number of mystery guest headline performances announced toward the end of last week.
Legendary trance trio Above & Beyond have announced their brand new festival, Anjunabeach, set to take place at Huntington State Beach, California on 23rd June this year.
The iconic, Grammy nominated group, who released their fourth album ‘Common Ground’ in January this year, will round off their huge 30-date North American tour with a massive one-day event named after the Goa beach that inspired their label’s “Anjunabeats” title.
Electric Daisy Carnival has lined up Alison Wonderland, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Above & Beyond, deadmau5 and many more for its 2018 event, set to take place on 12th and 13th May at Zozo Marine Stadium & Makuhari Beach Park in Chiba, Japan.
Other acts confirmed for the two-day festival include Alan Walker, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Flosstradamus and Vini Vici, plus underground sounds from Camelphat, Paul Woolford, Tensnake, Solardo and more.
For almost 20 years, Above & Beyond have helped shape and spread the feel-good sounds of trance around the world and this year is shaping up to be absolutely massive for the trance trio. They kicked off 2018 with the release of their sixth studio album, ‘Common Ground’, on their own Anjunabeats imprint, which is a growing empire unto itself. The album recently debuted at No.
Above & Beyond have given a new in-depth interview as part of DJ Mag Insight. In it, the world-renowned trio discuss moving away from trance, embracing live sets over DJing, touring life, getting in trouble with the police and being joined by 'Walter White' on stage.
Filled with live clips, snippets of the band's history and great stories, Above & Beyond prove in this interview just why they are one of the most innovative and important acts in the trance world right now.
Above & Beyond have released their new 13-track studio album, ‘Common Ground’, via Anjunabeats today. You can listen to it below.
The trance trio revealed the tracklist and release date for the album last month (December).
Above & Beyond’s ‘Common Ground’ features tracks with long time collaborators Zoë Johnston, Richard Bedford and Justine Suissa.