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EDM Sauce: The Spice #41 ft. Judah

Welcome back everyone to another episode of "The Spice". Today, we've got a beautiful exclusive mix from Judah for your listening pleasure. It's been a while since we've had some trance tunes in The...

Preview: Kill The Noise & Mat Zo live in San Francisco

Just over a month ago Kill The Noise & Mat Zo announced a huge headlining tour called Kill The Zo (probably because Mat Noise didn't roll off the tongue), taking over 11 North American...

Cap Off Miami Music Week With an Anjunabeats Pool Party

If the Miami Music Week lineup didn't already shake you up, then I'm guessing the Anjunabeats Pool Party will! With a plethora of pool parties, label events, and even yacht gatherings, the Anjunabeats team...
Above & Beyond releases the anticipated Anjunabeats Volume 10

The Much Anticipated Anjunabeats Volume 10 Has Been Released

Anjunabeats has been rolling out tracks from the Volume 10 EP for months now, but the trance label has finally released the much anticipated album which is available to purchase below on iTunes. Here...
Bluestone - Capetown (Original Mix)

Bluestone – Capetown (Original Mix)

Bluestone has just released his new Original Mix off of Anjunabeats Records called "Capetown." "Capetown" has been a big part of Above & Beyond's sets over the past couple of months and has gained...
Velvetine - The Great Divide (The Remixes)

Velvetine – The Great Divide (The Remixes)

Anjunabeats has just released 3 new previews of the remixes and the original of Velvetine's "The Great Divide." The remixes are from Myon & Shane 54, Soundprank and Soundprank Dub remix. These sounds are...
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Jaytech feat. Steve Smith – Stranger

Anjunabeats has just released their newest track which features Australian, Jaytech and the vocals from Steve Smith aka Dirty Vegas. This is the follow up to Jaytech's track 'Everything Is OK' which was released...

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Rebel Boy Debuts With Neurosynapse

Being a techno fan has never been better. The genre that started in Detroit has never enjoyed the level of popularity it currently wields...