Trance Around My Blog #8: Catch the Anjunabeach Mix now!

One of the best editions of ‘Trance Around The World with Above & Beyond’ was the 178th show that aired on 24th August, featuring a special 2-Hour summer Anjunabeach Mix. You can listen to it again at the Anjunabeats website. In fact, I’ll go so far as to say it’s the best thing they’ve done since the Radio 1 Essential Mix of 2004. Check out the tracklist below:

1. Above & Beyond “Intro” (Anjunabeats)
2. Michael Cassette “Shadow’s Movement” (Anjunadeep)
3. T.O.N “Lost Childhood” [Jaytech Remix] (Red Seven)
4. Leoni & Andrew K “Next To Me” [Johan Vermeulin Dub] (Anjunadeep)
5. David West “Welsh Morphology” (Anjunadeep)
6. Anhken “First Division” (CDR)
7. Signalrunners “Electric Sheep” (Anjunabeats)
8. Paul van Dyk feat. Ashley Tomberlin “New York City” (Vandit)
9. Markus Schulz & Andy Moor “Daydream” (Coldharbour)
10. Terry Ferminal “Deep Inside” (Be Yourself Music)
11. Boom Jinx “Eternal Reminiscence” (Anjunabeats)
12. Maor Levi “Shapes” [Oliver Smith Remix] (Anjunabeats)
13. Above & Beyond “Home” [Wippenberg Remix] (Anjunabeats)
14. Talla 2XLC “No In Between” [Duderstadt Dub] (Breathe)
15. Global Experience “Madras” (Black Hole Recordings)
16. Thrillseekers “Waiting Here For You” [Breakfast Remix] (Adjusted)
17. George Acosta vs. Mike Shiver – The Apocalypse [Mike Shiver Mix] (Soundpiercing)
18. Above & Beyond pres. Tranquility Base “Oceanic” [Sean Tyas Remix] (Anjunabeats)
19. Marc van Linden “My Way” (Midway Records)
20. AB Project “Misconceptions” [Ehren’s Massive Riff Remix] (Mondo)
21. OceanLab “Breaking Ties” [Above & Beyond’s Analog Haven Mix] (Anjunabeats)
22. Nitrous Oxide “Waves” (Anjunabeats)

22 glorious tunes, 22 reasons why trance is to summer like bees are to honey. As a matter of fact, Anjunabeats should release this mix as a companion volume to Worldwide 1 – call it ‘Anjunabeats Worldwide 2: the Anjunabeach Summer Mix’ or something. A guaranteed best-seller, I tell you.

Am particularly impressed by the new Oceanlab tune, ‘Breaking Ties’. Justine Suissa again proves she’s as much a part of Oceanlab as Jono, Tony and Paavo. It’s been a long time since the last Oceanlab tune – ‘Sirens of the Sea’ (and only the Kyau vs Albert Remix at that) – so I hope this is evidence that the long-awaited Oceanlab album that the boys keep saying exists is finally on again and going to be released – any day now, I hope.


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