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Andrew Rayel Delivers Yet Another Banger in Single “Dark Resistance”

The man from Moldova, Andrew Rayel, has been a fixture on the Trance scene for years now. Wrapping up an insane 2017, Andrew graced us with the banger “Horizon” featuring Lola Blanc to kick off his 2018. The captivated the Trance world immediately. There is no telling what you are going to get at his live shows either. On the “Moments Tour” last year, he took on the globe with his sensational vibes and delivered one of the best albums in Electronic Music of 2017. Hot off dropping “Trance Reborn” on his In Harmony radio show a few weeks back, Rayel is back with another massive drop in “Dark Resistance”.

Andrew Rayel – “Dark Resistance”


Another banger per usual this time a bit more of a tempo rather than the Big Room bang we are used to. The track features heavy drops, stringy builds, and outstanding production all around. Andrew is continuing to dominate the 2018 Trance world with not many being able to keep up. With the beat pounding through our speakers, there is no telling where this year will land Andrew Rayel on end of the year charts. He has maintained his love and talent within Trance and devout fans are taking recognition.

Listen to “Dark Resistance” below and get ready to dive into the weekend!

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