Not a week goes by where we don't have a new piece of magic from Anjunabeats to share with all of you. The record label run by British trio Above & Beyond has won our hearts over the last sixteen years by consistently releases some of the most beautifully produced and orchestrated trance music in the world. As the years have gone by, many artists have found their start and their following careers with the record label as their prime source of relevance. About two years ago, a producer by the name of Ilan Blusteone became apart of the Anjuna family and a new era of the record label had spawned. Now deemed by many to be the ultimate protégé of Tony, Jono, and Paavo, Bluestone has captivated crowds all over the worlds with top of line productions and stellar live sets.
While Bluestone is already set in his path to glory, there is a new producer on the label who has been stealing the hearts of Anjuna fans all over the world. By combining an extremely progressive sound with disco-house influence dating back to 2000, Grum has everything a trance fan could ask for. We are blessed enough to have a collaboration between Bluestone and Grum, one that fans have been asking for since Grum's popularity on the label skyrocketed.
The new track is titled S.O.S and is a perfect 50/50 split between the styles of both producers. The hard hitting bassline and kick drum are ever so familiar from Bluestone's sound, and the epic formation of chord progression and echoed layering synths from Grum can be heard easily. The song reminds us a lot of the more melodic tunes that Eric Prydz has made under Pryda, and we can't seem to get enough of it. Check out the track below and lets us know if you feel the same about it!