With a stellar lineup featuring festival newbies and veterans alike, the Trance Addict stage at TomorrowWorld is sure to be a popular destination. A favorite spot at Tomorrowland each year across the pond, its debut on American soil is not to be missed. They’ve brought in some major players in the game, including Orjan Nilsen, tyDi, and Simon Patterson. They’ll be heating up the Chattahoochee festival grounds come Sunday, September 29th, the last day of TomorrowWorld. Don’t end the weekend without catching at least one of the artists on this stage.
After appearing on loads of live sets, radio broadcasts, and podcasts, Super8 & Tab‘s “L.A.” is now getting two official remixes from two major players in the trance game. BT, making his Anjunabeats debut, and Juventa, returning from a three-year hiatus, have taken their remix tactics to the fan favorite from Anjunabeats Volume 10. BT takes the classic elements of the original and puts a definitive BT stamp on it, creating a high-energy symphony of white noise, soaring synths, and massive electro riffs. Juventa brings out the big guns and adds a gritty, heart-stopping drop, all while maintaining a fantastic atmosphere using the original airy vocals and melody-driven chordplay. The high-flying remix package is out today on Anjunabeats.
Fresh off his fall tour with Wolfgang Gartner and Popeska, young talent Pierce Fulton is back with another episode of the Dancing Astronaut favorite Get Weird radio show. This offering, as usual, has something for everyone. Whether you’re into indie dance, electro, trance, or prefer to keep it mainstream, Pierce’s mixes always stay fresh and deliver something aurally exciting. Take note a new edit of his combining Galantis and Major Lazer’s recent smash “Jah No Partial” as well as a very nice extended instrumental version of Tritonal and Super8 & Tab‘s “Arc.” Stream, download, subscribe on iTunes, and check out the tracklist below.
In honor of their current joint North American Arc tour, the trance production teams Tritonal and Super8 & Tab premiered a new collaboration, aptly named “Arc.” We had heard rumblings of this production on Tritonal‘s most recent Air Up There podcast, but Above & Beyond were the ones to actually debut the song on the most recent episode of Trance Around The World this past Friday. The tune opens with a pretty little piano melody but quickly builds into an incredibly upbeat progressive trance track, employing heavy use of Tritonal‘s signature stuttered synth sound. We have not heard anything about a timeline for an official release yet, but plan on hearing this one played out live if you’re catching the tour in a city near you. Take a listen after the break.