Armin van Buuren has shared a new seven-track EP, ‘Euthymia', featuring a host of collaborations.
The collection drops around a month after the Armada boss teamed up with Duncan Laurence for 'Feel Something', a track included on the new release.
Jake Reese, James Newman, Avalan Garibay and Robin Vane are the other names involved, with van Buuren going solo on the titular tune. A music video for the EP track 'Slow Lane' has also been unveiled.
Carl Cox has shared a new remix on Armada Music.
Following the release of his first solo music in two years, a techno track called ‘PURE (El Rancho Mix)’, Carl Cox has returned with a remix for Kenneth Bager and Jez Phunk on Armin van Buuren's Armada music.
On the remix, Coxy transforms 'Farmacia (Homage to Frankfurt)' from tech house to a driving, club-focused techno roller, with deep bass and thunderous drums.
Charlotte de Witte will release two remixes of Jerome Isma-Ae’s 1994 hit ‘Hold That Sucker Down’ next week.
Set to land on Friday 24th April on Armada Music, the Belgian techno star puts some fresh flavours into the dancefloor classic, offering both a ‘Rave Remix’ and a ‘Trance Remix’.
Armin van Buuren has shared his first release of 2020.
Following the release of van Buuren's seventh album 'BALANCE', which features 28 tracks and includes collaborations with Above & Beyond, Armada affiliate Josh Cumbee, and singer/songwriter Ne-Yo, the trance DJ and producer has now released the "first of many" in a series of remix packages.
Armin van Buuren's Armada Music has launched a new fashion line as the Amsterdam-based label continues to expand its horizons.
The imprint, which was also founded by Maykel Piron and David Lewis, has introduced a range of merchandise including t-shirts, a sweater, hoodie, baseball caps, snapback hat, and tote bag, with the collection looking to offer 'comfortable, high-quality clothing' for all ages and sexes.
Armin van Buuren and his wildly successful Armada Music have announced that they will be launching their own video platform, dubbed Your Armada, on 1st December — a world first for an independent label.
The video platform will be accessible to fans on desktop or via an app and they're promising everything from live sets from the Armada office to exclusive video content.
A State Of Trance radio has a new home, Armin Van Buuren has revealed.
The long-running radios how will celebrate its 800th edition on 2nd February and will be broadcast (in both audio and visual) from Armin's new studio in Amsterdam.
Armin has described the build as a "new chapter in the history of A State Of Trance, from the new radio studio in Amsterdam."
The show is also returning to its original, two-hour format, with hour one consisting of new tunes selected by Armin himself, whilst hour two will be a constant mix from the Dutch DJ.