Above and Beyond Bliss Out on 'Mini-Mix'

British trance trio curated sampler for Rolling Stone

Above & Beyond
Courtesy Anjunabeats
February 20, 2013 9:00 AM ET

It's been 13 years since the British trance group Above and Beyond issued their first release on their very own Anjunabeats label, and now the production and DJ trio is set to release a brand new mix on March 4th. Here, you can take an exclusive listen to a mini-mix culled exclusively for Rolling Stone from the blissed-out Anjunabeats Vol. 10, which showcases tracks from a slew of the label's artists like Jaytech, Super8 and Tab and Arty alongside a handful of Above and Beyond's own cuts.

"For our landmark 10th edition, we reached out far and wide across our label family and asked our favourite producers to create something extra special for the compilation," says group member Tony McGuinness. "From Sydney to Hawaii, Moscow to Miami, many of the compilation's 30 unique tracks from the likes of Arty, Norin and Rad and Andrew Bayer have been the soundtrack to our DJ shows across the world." 

The Rolling Stone mini-mix features 10 of those tracks:

Andrew Bayer, "England" (Anjunabeats)
Above and Beyond, "Black Room Boy" [Above & Beyond Club Mix] (Anjunabeats)
Jaytech, "Inception" (Anjunabeats)
Above and Beyond, "Walter White" (Anjunabeats)
Norin and Rad, "Aldo" (Anjunabeats)
Arty, "Believe in Me" [Instrumental] (Anjunabeats)
Kyau and Albert, "Glühwürchem" (Anjunabeats)
Super8 and Tab, "L.A." (Anjunabeats)
Ilan Bluestone, "Sinai (Anjunabeats)
Above and Beyond, "Home" [Genix Remix] (Anjunabeats)

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