ABOVE & BEYOND “AI” OUT NOW ON ANJUNABEATS

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ABOVE & BEYOND
“AI”
OUT NOW ON ANJUNABEATS

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There are few acts that can match the work rate of ABOVE & BEYOND at the moment. While the tail end of 2015 saw a Grammy nomination for single “We’re All We Need,” a sold-out live radio broadcast from Sydney’s Allphones Arena and the release of their iTunes #1 dance compilation Anjunabeats Volume 12, JONO, PAAVO and TONY look to raise the bar once again in 2016 with a return to their Acoustic project and much-loved OceanLab alias.
Their first release of 2016 is a return to innovative instrumental club music which has been at the center of their ANJUNABEATS label for the last 15 years–specifically the darker journey of “A.I.
Debuted by the band at their Group Therapy 150 broadcast, “A.I.” is as gnarly and industrial as the name suggests, full of space-age sounds and synthetic hits. Set to be a formidable feature in ABOVE & BEYOND‘s DJ sets throughout the year, there are echoes of ‘Walter White‘ in the Jekyll and Hyde structure; warming brass chords in the breakdown betraying the cold, minimalistic drop. It’s a heads down, dance hard moment.

Listen to “A.I.” here: https://anjunabeats.lnk.to/AI

With their Acoustic II album and accompanying world tour set to kick off this spring, including shows at the Hollywood Bowl, London’s Royal Albert Hall and the Sydney Opera House, ABOVE & BEYOND are once again commanding attention in both the electronic and acoustic worlds.
About Above & Beyond      
Over their four critically-acclaimed studio albums, along with their acoustic project, Above & Beyond have continually been celebrated for placing real musicianship and songwriting at the heart of what they do. While their famed club mixes have resonated with the dance generation, the songs behind them have touched fans of all ages across the globe. As influenced as much by Jeff Buckley or Bon Iver as they are by their deep love of electronic music, Above & Beyond’s songs and lyrics have been sung back to them at the world’s biggest stadiums and stages – from Alexandra Palace, to Madison Square Garden, to LA’s Forum, to their famed one million people gig at Barra Beach in Rio de Janeiro in 2007.
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