37 Songs, 5 Hours 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

An evocative journey through progressive house and introspective trance.

EDITORS’ NOTES

An evocative journey through progressive house and introspective trance.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Layer D ,

Anjunabeats delivers again!

I know the album isn't out yet and you may question how we can review it but having heard most if these tracks either on ABGT or at live sets throughout I can confirm this album is jam packed with amazing tracks. Anjunabeats is still the label to beat. Now stop reading this and hurry up and pre-order this damn album!!!!!

ChanS17 ,

Drifting away?

I don’t know why but the sounds of this compilation is shifting towards a more electro style, bit drifting away from the progressive sounds that A&B often delivers. Should have included tracks like Lightspeed - Grum to balance out the noisiness of the exceeding amount of electro tunes.

Wayward Jez ,

Best in the series

This album encompasses many different genres, I personally veer towards the more progressive side than trance but I'm certainly not going to restrict myself, nor should anyone else for that matter. Those who keep whinging that A & B appear to moving away from their trance roots are right and wrong at the same time. A & B are not afraid to step outside the trance box and try something new. Anyone who appreciates dance and remixes get that. Thats why most love this genre, I embrace artists who take a track and remix it and put their own 'spin' on it. Take for example Cubicolors track "Got this feeling" remixed by Lane 8 and the superb club mix of Yotto's "Wandering" and then there's of course A & B's very own Treasure with Zoe on vocals remixed by Kyau & Albert...and thats just the first half of the album. Whats not to like here?

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