Above and Beyond have announced a New Year's Eve show in New York that has racked up almost 3,000 attendees on the Facebook event, without any official details having been announced.
Hailing from London, Tony McGuinness, Jono Grant and Paavo Siljamaki are Above and Beyond, three of trance music's most beloved superstars, often affectionally referred to by DJ Mag as the trance kings.
Legendary trance trio Above & Beyond have announced a new Anjunabeats mix LP.
Announced via Twitter, 'Anjunabeats Volume 14' will be released on 31st May. The mix album was "sketched on the road and in their London studio [and] coalesced in scarce periods of calm amidst a whirlwind of giddying career highs."
Pre-order the release here and check out its artwork below.
Above & Beyond have returned with a new single, 'Long Way From Home'.
Self-released via Anjunabeats, the track finds the iconic British trio teaming up with San Francisco-based startup producer Spencer Brown and Berlin-based duo Anne Kalstrup & Hendrik Burkhard aka RBBTS. Stream it below.
In September, Above & beyond dropped 'Rocket Science'.
Once the mainstay of our Top 10, trance is no longer the dominant sound of the world's big-room clubs. Of course, EDM is today the world's mainstream sound du jour, which even Tiësto is now embracing — however, that hasn't stopped this London trio sticking to their guns.
While the Anjunabeats bosses have delved deeper into house territory with their 'deep' spin-off, they've continued to stay true to the supple melodica of their DJ sets in 2015. Third studio LP 'We Are All We Need' is as earnest as you'd expect, feeding elegant, Goan-influenced styles into a pop formula, while the return of their acoustic show in 2016 will see them illuminate their illustrious club tracks as a live band. Above & Beyond are still maturing — continually evolving — and their following is still strong, placing in the top 30 in the poll again.