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Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance to return to Ultra for 10th anniversary at the festival – DJ Mag

Posted: November 5, 2019 at 12:49 pm

Armin van Buuren's A State Of Trance (ASOT) will return to Ultra next year,which takes place on the 20th, 21st and 22nd March.

Celebrating a decade at Miami's Ultra festival, ASOT will take place for the first time on a Saturday in 2020, which returns to Bayfront Park after a short stint at Virginia Key.

Check out the tweet from van Buuren below, who announced the news to the "Trance Family" at the weekend.

Ultra Worldwide will kick into action in February with a return to India, as well as a debut event in Abu Dhabi, amongst its international tour plans for 2020.

The festival also announced in 2020 that Ultra would be dedicated to decreasing the environmental impact of the event, with the Mission: Home initiative including a significant decrease in single-use plastics, an enhanced recycling program and a "leave no trace" policy.

Trance Family, are you ready? @asot returns to @ultra for its 10th Anniversary in Miami this March, taking place on a Saturday for the very first time! #ASOTMIA

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Nazriya Nazims first look from the upcoming movie Trance is out – Republic World – Republic World

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Nazriya Nazim is an Indian actor who predominantly works in Malayalam movies. She has also starred in Tamil movies. She made her acting debut in the 2006 drama movie Palunka. Her lead role in the movies began with the 2013 Malayalam movie Maad Dad. She will next be seen in the Malayalam language movie Trance in the year 2020. Read more to know about her look in the movie.

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In the photo, Nazriya Nazim posted on Twitter, sheis seen wearing a multicoloured tropical dress.She has put on rectangle-shaped shades and is smokinga cigarette. The photo is filled with smoke of various colours.It also has two statues of guardian angels in the background.Trance is an upcoming Indian Malayalam language movie set to release in 2020. It featured Fahadh Faasil in the lead role. The movie is directed by Anwar Rasheed. The movie is set to release on December 20, 2019. According to a report, Trance is one of the most expensive movies in the Mollywood.

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Nazriya Naseem was featured in the 2014 comedy romance movieBangalore Days. The movie featured Nazriya Nazim,Nivin Pauly, and Dulquer Salmaan in the lead roles. The movie was rated 8.3out of 10 by the Internet Movie Database. It is one of the best movies by the actor. Nazriya Nazim's marriage withFahadh Faasil was fixed while they were filming for this movie. The actor was also seen in the movieNeramwhich is a 2013 action thriller movie by the actor. The movie was rated 7.5 out of 10 by IMDb. The movie featuredNivin Pauly,Nazriya Nazim, and Lalu Alex in the lead roles. The movie revolves around a young man who is trying his best to escape from a loan shark.

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Antinote and Dizonord reveal compilation of slo-mo Afro and cosmic music from the ’90s – Resident Advisor

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Studiolo highlights trance and prog house tracks that were often played at the wrong speed by Italian, German and Austrian DJs.

The style, most associated with the Italian DJs Daniele Baldelli and Beppe Loda, was established in Italy in the early '80s. Their sets combined disco with new wave, industrial, kosmische and more, with heavy influence from African, Brazilian and Caribbean music.

Studiolo: The '90s Afro Cosmic Era focuses on the lesser-known second wave of this phenomenon, when the sound had spread from Italy to Austria and Germany. The music shifted towards trance and progressive house, which DJs would often play at the wrong speed, sticking to a tempo of between 100 and 110 BPM. The compilation was curated by Versatile Records affiliate Ygal Ohayon (who also contributes an edit), and it features eight tracks from Stefan Egger, DJ Fred, Claudio Diva, Zendy and more. It's out in January of next year.

Listen to Mamukata's "Tantawina" from 1995.

Antinote will release Studiolo: The '90s Afro Cosmic Era in January 2020.

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GAIA Talk Production Techniques on ‘Moons Of Jupiter’ and ADE – EDM Identity

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We sat down with GAIA to chat about the importance of an alias, how theyve approached their past performances, and explore the Moons of Jupiter!

The duo comprised of Armin van Buuren and Benno de Goeij, better known as GAIA, continues to wow audiences worldwide with trance anthems and the unique black robes they don during live performances. Together, theyve combined they produced some of the biggest dance anthems over the past three decades and just a few months ago GAIA unfurled the map to the Moons of Jupiter.

If you are unfamiliar with Gaia, dont fret. First, swing by the history piece we wrote earlier this year before the album dropped where we acquaint you with the first Gaia tune, 4 Elements, and bring you up to speed with all the majesty before Moons of Jupiter. If you missed out on reading the review for Moons of Jupiter, we recommend reading that as well.

After a year of experiencing the journey GAIA brought with their first album, we were fortunate enough to receive the chance to sit down and explore how two icons of the industry continue to make waves. So stream theMoons Of Jupiter below or on your favorite platform, and read on as we dive intothe realm of GAIA and grow deeper in the lore of trance legends.

GAIA boils down to our roots as producers, and the sound of GAIA is the sound that inspired us to start producing music ourselves. And thats also how we decide if the music gets released under the GAIA alias or not. It has to fit a certain mold, our mold. It has to be GAIA.

I think its a good tool to redefine creative boundaries and to manipulate peoples expectations. Fans will always tie a name to a certain sound, and its hard to change that idea once it has settled in. An alias could help artists venture into a different direction without having to revoke the music they created before.

Definitely more creative freedom, although it rarely is as anonymous as people may think. In this digital age, people can find practically anything on the internet, so keeping an alias secret is next to impossible. But even if people know whos behind an alias, theyll still (somewhat) regard it as a different entity.

As an artist, it can help you step off the beaten path without actually having to do start the entire journey from the beginning again. And nowadays, were openly doing interviews as GAIA. So even though people know that its us who are behind GAIA, theyre still ready to accept that the sound is different from the music wed play or create under other monikers.

It should always be about the music. Especially with all the big festivals around, where its almost more about cool show elements and sick stage production than the music itself, I think its great when theres less focus on WHO is playing and more focus on WHAT the performer is playing.

The music is always the most important part for me, both as a performer and a fan, and I think that should always take center stage. Choosing a more sober approach to performing is a great way to shift that focus, I believe. And its not easy because the robes are very HOT..

During this week, Amsterdam is packed with tens of thousands of music lovers, ranging from devoted fans to those looking to build a career in music themselves. The city streets are oozing with passion for music during these days, and I love that. Im always looking to show my face whenever I can, and Ive got some great projects running myself as well. I even launched a limited-edition escape room to celebrate the release of my seventh artist album, Balance.

To be honest, I was a bit nervous. It was the first time for us to take the stage in this new setting and there was no knowing how the crowd would respond, especially since they were used to somewhat trancier stuff being released under the GAIA alias. In hindsight, I had no reason to be nervous at all. The crowd was phenomenal, and we had an amazing time on stage.

We first did the live show in Paradiso and then did the album arrangement. We could then take the crowds reaction into consideration when arranging the album. Limiting ourselves to one plugin was simply for a practical reason: we didnt want to drain the CPU of theMacBooks.Especially in a live environment, these can get very hot.

Also, I felt it was liberating in a way to have just one plugin. We really had to dig under the hood of the software to get the most out of NIs Massivesynth. But that had anotheradvantage: we got to know the plugin in and out!

To us, its what being an artist is all about. Were always looking to do (and create) what inspires us, and to discover new sounds to work with. Its a very exciting process and one that gives me the energy to do what I do. The world of music is much more magical than people believe it to be. You just have to be willing to see beyond your own box.

I think we both wanted to make an album inspired by the sounds we love as electronic music lovers. In a way, Moons of Jupiteris more the result of letting go of pre-set styles. We just made music. Letting go of any expectations or pre-determined styles was liberating. In a way, I think it serves as a testament to the heroes that inspired us to become electronic music producers ourselves, like Daft Punk, Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze, Jon Hopkins, Speedy J., Chris Liebing, Oliver Lieb, System 7, etc.

Thats actually a tough question to answer. Well be doing more live shows in the future, and keep experimenting in the studio to see how we can further the sound of GAIA. I cant really predict iftheres going to be another album soon, but who knows. The universe has so much more to offer than just the moons of Jupiter.


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An Ode To The ‘NCIS’ Theme Song And Its Many Turbo YouTube Remixes – Junkee

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They did not have to go this hard.

NCIS is currently in its seventeenth season, despite there being no evidence that anyone has once tuned in on purpose. No one watches NCIS (except Trump voters, apparently); it simply happens in front of you, reaching out from the TV, theVideodromeof crime procedurals.

The shows theme song, however, does not simply happen. An intense psy-trance trackwritten by Numeriklab(who seem to have done nothing else), the NCIS Theme pulsates with way too much energy for this show.

The theme is better suited to a cybergoth day-rave under a bridge than the opening to a show about internal US Navy crime investigations. Thankfully, the conceptual approach behind the two-disc approach of NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack (Volume One) provides context.

While Disc 1, called Special Agent, offers songs from Oasis, Bob Dylan and Dashboard Confessional, Disc 2, Abbys Lab, is inspired by Pauly Perrettes goth forensic character. The theme, then, is something Abby would listen to.Abby was the differing element between the show and the thousands of its kind, including JAG, which is where it spun off from so it makes sense they signpost that right from the start of the show.

Abby is now gone, as Perrette said goodbye to the show in 2018 after suggesting a series of physical assaults led her to leave. ButNCIS continues.

So in ode to Perrettes character, put on your best baggy chained pants and listen to the bestNCIS remixes while drinking a slurpee and thinking about how NCIS was originally calledNavy NCIS, aka Navy Naval Criminal Investigative Service.

Metal band Ministry re-upped the theme song for the Abbys Lab disc of the official soundtrack, flecking it out with heavy guitar riffs. Halfway through, some industrial clangs come in underneath, and the BPM is kicked right up.

We would imagine Abby would listen to this song while waking up and putting her hair into side ponytails, possibly gnawing on the bones of a racoon.

There are so many fan-made remixes of the NCIS theme on YouTube. This one is by ReVeRsE, which is very cool. In it, they slow things down a little and let the airiness of the songs outro play out a bit, centring the piano for a searching break between the build-ups.

One commenter calls it very Russian, and we get it. Sure, theres a Euro-trance element here, sure, but this remix sounds most Russian through its coldness and irreparable sense of yearning.

If NCIS Theme remixes could win a Nobel prize, there would be an uproar if Theme Bootleg RainDropz! meets HardfuiZ Booty edit didnt take the medal. This hardstyle remix is like the NCIS team: unwavering and relentless in their cause to make the world a better place.

YouTuber MODIFICA7E uploaded this dubstep-lite remake in 2012, writing that they triedgiving the song a completely different feel, even though the melodies are pretty much the same as in the original. The end result should have been used in The Beach instead of Mobys Porcelain.

Jared Richards is a staff writer at Junkee, and is available to DJ your next event, provided that event be NCIS-themed. He is on Twitter.

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Gong Bath Meditation is becoming more popular in Wisconsin – WTMJ-TV

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MILWAUKEE In 2019, alternative methods of self help and integrative medicine are becoming more and more popular. CBD products are found in large department stores. Yoga, while it has been prevalent in American culture for a long time, is still growing in popularity. Meditation is common, but there is one type of meditation that is gaining steam in Milwaukee and the United States. It's called Gong Bath Meditation.

"There's a lot of sound and it sounds really good," Andrew Royal, a psychotherapist and host of gong baths, said in simple terms.

It's a form of sound or music therapy.

The participant lays down on a yoga mat. They can use a pillow and/or blanket for added comfort. The host of the meditation will hit a gong, and the swelling sound and reverberations are meant to relax you.

"We dim the lights and then start to play and then let the sounds carry us all to whoever it needs to," Royal said.

These aren't small echoes either. The gong creates a thick and full sound that reverberates throughout the room and you can feel it in your chest.

Plus, there is no sheet music or specific song. It is all improvised, his partner and fellow practitioner Adriana Royal, said.

"It's usually just receiving the sound and responding to it," Adriana Royal, an acupuncturist, said.

Both can play at once or they can switch off playing the two gongs they own. They have different sized and textured mallets which they use to generate various sounds and frequencies. Some mallets are large, hollow, and soft. Others are small, dense, and hard.

"Size and also the density of it will create loud or softer sounds," Adriana said.

The setting of a gong bath is designed to create maximum comfort to allow the participant to loose themselves in the sound.

"We try to not describe at all what's going to happen, but we ask people to be receptive as they can be to whatever it is that's going to happen," Andrew Royal said.

Both Royals noted that gong baths can have various effects on a person. While the goal is to put you in an almost sedated-trance-like-state, that doesn't mean your mind will go blank.

"(Two people) laying right next to each other on the floor, and one person says something like it was so loud I could barely stand it and then the person next to them says I thought it was really quiet," Andrew Royal said.

The first descriptions of gongs dates back to 6th century China; however, it is believed that gongs were used for thousands of years before that. In the 1790's, gongs were used in western European orchestra performances. It's unclear when they became a specific meditative practice or brought to the U.S., but gongs have always been used for ceremonial, musical, and religious purposes.

"There (are) some people who know this is not like a secret anymore," Andrew Royal said.

Now, gong baths are gaining popularity in the U.S. and Milwaukee. There are some of the places that offer gong bath meditations in southeast Wisconsin including:

Gong baths can also be done during commemorative times. The Royals have hosted meditations at baptisms, birthdays, and memorial services.

"Literally we are holding space for people to meditate together," Adriana Royal said.

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Future Sound Of Zagreb 20th anniversary | Boogaloo | Music in Croatia – Time Out

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One of the key annual clubbing events of the autumn/winter season, FSOZ has been reflecting the changing face of Zagreb's afterhours scene for two decades by shining a light on local talent and tastes. Occurring over two nights at Boogaloo, Friday's opening session sees longstanding locals Frajman, Toxic, Kiki, Mary and Damir Ludvig take charge with techno and house. Saturday night's session is a three-floored marathon which runs until midday on Sunday. Techno will rule the roost in the biggest room, with world-famous Spanish DJ Cristian Varela (pictured) acting as the international headliner. He will play between sets provided by leading local lights Insolate and Marko Nastic, while another room will play psy-trance. The third space offers a mixed musical bag, but notable locals Tom Bug, PEZNT, Felver, Pepi Jogarde, Herya, Bronski and Matya will ensure a high quality of sounds

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The Top EDM Festivals to Attend In California –

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Planning a trip to California? Check out our list of the state's top music festivals for the dance music enthusiast.

With the music industry capital in its backyard, California is fertile ground for Americas biggest music and most in-demand music festivals. The year-round sunshine and clear skies doesnt hurt its efforts, either. From the coast to the valley and everywhere in between, here are some of the top music festivals that call The Golden State home (in no particular order).

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

What more can be said about Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival that hasnt been said already? The fact of the matter is this Indio, California festival is a cultural hub, and one of the biggest venues any major touring artist can possibly play. Needless to say, theres a reason Coachella dominates the conversation year after year and theres no sign of its pristine status fading any time soon.

Nocturnal Wonderland


Of course, as Americas longest-running dance music festival, Nocturnal Wonderland, is a Southern California highlight. In many ways, for artists coming off of the summer tour circuit, Nocturnal Wonderland represents the next chance to test out new music. The Insomniac-powered festival typically features five stages, a vibrant setting full of lights and color, and music until midnight.

Second Sky Music Festival

Second Sky Music Festival is a newcomer to the California festival scene. From the start, the boutique project commanded high expectations. The Porter Robinson-curated venture featured around a dozen artists, and included multiple sets from Robinson both as himself and as his alternate alias, Virtual Self. Those fortunate enough to snag elusive tickets to the festival also may have caught a set from Skrillex, the festivals surprise guest. By all accounts, Second Sky more than delivered on its promises and its nearly a certainty that it will be around for the foreseeable future.

Lightning In A Bottle

Few festivals embody the holistic cultural spirit of central Californias Lightning In A Bottle(LIB). This electronic-focused festival features interactive art, yoga classes, guest speakers, and meditation workshops. LIB has become a turn of phrase defined by capturing something elusive, harnessing a fleeting, great energy. The LIB team has done a lot to reinvest back into their community and culture, managing to build up a dedicated community year after year.

HARD Summer

In its formative years under Gary Richards, HARD Summer became a peak summer draw for any electronic music fan. From unmissable headliners to attention-grabbing undercards, curation and branding have been consistent strong suits. Richards has since moved on from HARD Events, but the spirit of what he started continues to thrive. HARD Summer draws over 100,000 attendees consistently in its two days of action - and its 2019 edition, which drew in 170,000, broke the record for biggest festival in Fontana, California history.


San Diegos CRSSD Festival presents a unique house and techno focus for listeners transitioning beyond mainstream electronic music. With San Diegos flawless year-round weather, a beachfront setting, and the steady beats of the best in house music, CRSSD has a recipe for success on its hands few could replicate elsewhere.

Beyond Wonderland

Insomniac festivals are all about community and atmosphere. When it comes to the latter, Beyond Wonderland has the competition beat. The fantasy theme of the festival is widely embraced by its patrons creating a setting that keeps attendees savoring every moment. With the success of Nocturnal Wonderland, Beyond Wonderland became a sister-brand that would bring the focus back toward the fantastical environments that brought Insomniac its fame. Beyond Wonderland continues to accomplish that mission today.

Countdown NYE

California is fortunate to have multiple New Years festivals to choose from and bass heads in particular should give Countdown NYE a look. The extraterrestrial-themed festival does not hesitate to bring the heavy hitters. For a high energy rush into the new year, Countdown in San Bernardino has you covered.

Desert Hearts

Since 2012, when Desert Hearts had just 200 attendees, organizers made a commitment to maintain the intimate energy that started it all. Since then, Desert Hearts has gained significant popularity among dedicated house and techno listeners, but the event has stayed true to its loyal fans. As they themselves state, "What started as a nomadic gathering has evolved into the darling of the West Coast house and techno scene." That targeted approach has built their longtime base into the tight-knight sort of group that many festivals can only hope to achieve.

Dreamstate SoCal

Insomniac's Dreamstate SoCalbeckons trance fans from all over the world - and there are a lot of them. From uplifting to psytrance, many forget that trance music is an umbrella that covers numerous different subcultures. Dreamstate puts the spotlight on these subgenres and explores them from unique perspectives not often seen elsewhere.

Escape Psycho Circus

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Insomniac's horror-themed music festival is the perfect Halloween event. In true Insomniac fashion, Escape: Psycho Circus is an immersive experience. Themed stages, sinister sights, and a heavy dose of bass are sure to leave a lasting impression on those who dare enter.

Splash House


Palm Springs California's Splash House is resort meets pool party meets music festival. This gathering typically bookends summer on two separate weekends, usually one in June and the other in August. With hotel resources at a moments notice, Splash House is a music festival with all the comfort and perks one could want.

HARD Day of the Dead

For festival goers seeking their fix in between Halloween and the holiday season, HARD Day of the Dead may be your best bet. This one day event brings artists and 75,000 fans together in the spirit of "Dia de los Muertos" unlike any other.


San Diego's LED OMFG! NYE event is a well curated two day event featuring the best in rising and established bass music talent. Taking place at thePechanga Arena San Diego, this venue makes for an ideal setting with a reasonable capacity of around 12,000. As you well know by now California is in no shortage of New Year's related events, but OMFG's near decade of operations is the clearest indicator they're doing something right.

Outside Lands

Outside Lands Music Festival is a San Francisco favorite and Northern Californias largest music festival. The established late summer attraction draws a diverse mix of talent. Outside Lands sees itself as a pop-up city with a mission to showcase the best of the Bay Area. In addition to top-notch music, Outside Lands has expanded to include a dedicated food and wine area, a comedy and podcast tent and much more.

Dirtybird Campout

Each year Claude VonStroke's Dirtybird Records accomplishes the unique endeavor of putting together a summer camp music festival experience. Dirtybird Records has been home to some of house music's key personalities since 2002. The Dirtybird Campout experience gives fans ample opportunity to embrace the activities of a traditional summer camp experience including swimming, archery and more.

The Untz Festival

The Untz bring a diverse offering of underground bass music artists to central California for their own music festival. The Untz have staked their ground in facilitating the discovery of hidden talent. True to their reputation, lineups have helped their mission serving as blueprints for the best in emerging bass music.


If the name of this festival was not a big enough indication, the lineup will be sure to drive home the point. Wobblelandrepresents the best in dubstep, and more broadly heavy bass music. Taking place shortly after the new year, headbangers looking for a rush need search no further.


If youre escaping to Californias climate for the holidays, you may want to book those New Years plans at SnowGlobe Music Festival. Winter festivals have been on the rise, and SnowGlobes focus on Lake Tahoe snowboarding and skiing has made it a benefactor. With 10,000 attendees on average attending, the event has a boutique feel while simultaneously drawing in the main stage acts consistent with festivals far bigger.

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Trance in everyday life – The Hindu

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Moshe Dayan didnt have a formal training in art. He took to it intuitively, he says, in his childhood and found happiness in painting in the last few years. When he felt he had a decent body of work that he could showcase, he approached Hyderabads Kalakriti gallery that manages The Gallery Caf, with some trepidation. I wasnt sure if they would consider a relative newcomer like me, says Moshe. But within a month, his portfolio was given the nod and he was asked to assemble a series.

The caf is now decked with 27 of his paintings, all in watercolours. Not many Hyderabad artists work in watercolours these days, but this is the medium I enjoy working with, he says.

Moshes paintings stem off things that happen around us in day-to-day lives, but presented with new perspectives and lighting that reflects the mood in different times of the day. He finds beauty in the ordinary things and calls this series And Trance Everywhere.

Curated by Ruchi Sharma, the showcase focuses on the artists urban musings that range from people walking under a bridge in the metropolis to musicians and fire artists during performances. Even the everyday occurrence of being stuck in traffic snarls finds representation.

What perks up Moshes work is the pop of bright colours; hes particularly partial to canary yellows and reds. Plants by the window sill in his studio as the light seeps in early morning speak of a new dawn and possibilities while the cluttered interiors of a tea stall are bathed in orange hues. Some of his works also give a hint of the artists own leanings in music and art for instance, the portrait of Ilaiyaraja.

I like to look at things around me a little differently, and the use of watercolours helps me present a softer visual narrative, sums up the artist.

And Trance Everywhere is on display at The Gallery Caf, Hyderabad, till October 21.

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Above & Beyond ‘Waltz’ their into the release ring with new single – Dancing Astronaut

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by: Rachel NarozniakOct 14, 2019

It takes two to tango, and three to Waltz. Highly sought since Above & Beyonds premiere of the single at A State of Trance 900 in Utrecht in February 2018, Waltz now gains an official release, serving as a finale of sorts to the electronic trios recently concluded ABGT350 celebration in Prague.

A sonic reprieve from Above & Beyonds more vocal-centric stylings, Waltz is a wholly instrumental showing that comes in both an edited and an extended version. A penetrating bass line punctuates the atmospheric number, which slowly and tantalizingly arches and falls for a near five-minute duration. It epitomizes the unique and masterful blend of trance, pop, and electro elements that the iconic trio are known to inject of each of their releases. Waltz appears on Above & Beyonds newly released 27 track album, Group Therapy 350 Live from Prague.

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