Ten more episodes until the mighty #ASOT850 so it was only normal to have a special release last week during “A State of Trance 840“. Armin van Buuren’s “Be in the Moment” reached out houses and blew our speakers, so today we are going to focus on TOP 4 released tracks 😉
Armin van Buuren – Be In The Moment
The anthem for the massive ASOT 850 events and the highly-anticipated opening track of his sets at AFAS Live (ASOT 836 ADE Special) and Ultra Mexico, ‘Be In The Moment’ sees Armin van Buuren conjure up a Trance-flavored dream world no fan can resist. Spiked with intense atmospheres and stellar builds, this record captures the very essence of what Trance fans so desire: to ‘Be In The Moment’ and embrace the music, here and now.
Mark Sixma & Emma Hewitt – Missing (Andrew Rayel & Mark Sixma Remix)
The next evolution of Mark Sixma & Emma Hewitt’s latest outing, the Andrew Rayel & Mark Sixma Remix of ‘Missing’ sees the original turned into a mainstage slammer. Ferociously energetic and immersed in its creators highly-acclaimed signature sounds, this version is sure to thrill fans like no track has done before.
Ruben de Ronde & Donata – Stand In My Way
From the intense and foreboding build-up in the original to Feel’s high-octane remix, ‘Stand In My Way’ marks yet another top-shelf Trance cut from Ruben de Ronde and Donata. Easing listeners in with its alluring vocals and enchanting chord progressions, this release cannot be hold back.
Sultan + Shepard – Bloom
Easing listeners in with its soft sound sets and loving atmosphere, ‘Bloom’ has got to be among Sultan + Shepard’s most placid productions yet. Unfolding like a flower in the middle of spring, this song is that green pasture of peace and quiet in the middle of a traffic-jammed metropole. When it all gets too much too quickly, this is the record that gets you back on track.
Heatbeat – Ecuador
The fact that you’re shaking your head in disbelief doesn’t make this monster cut any less of a one-track demolition squad. Forged by Heatbeat and all-powerful on all fronts, ‘Ecuador’ is so smack-in-the-face tempestuous you won’t know what hit you. Brace yourselves, it’s going down hard.