For those of us who have finally memorized A State of Trance 2012 Year Mix’s tracklist, Armada Music has a little surprise: slated for A State of Trance 2013 is a collab between one of trance’s rising stars and its undeniable supernova. Armin van Buuren has teamed up with Anjunabeats’ Arty on “Nehalennia,” a track that proves trance has continued to evolve and is 2013-ready. Combining the uplifting qualities of Armin classics with a more energized bassline and tonal vocals, “Nehalennia” has all the makings of a trance anthem. ASOT listeners will be treated to the full version on tomorrow’s ASOT598 – for everyone else the track will be available February 11 exclusively through Beatport.
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