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Armin Van Buuren pres Gaia - Tuvan EP

Played in the introduction of his set during the Unighted 2009 party at the Stade de France, the last production of Armin Van Buuren "Tuvan”, that he presents under the pseudo Gaia, has now reached the tops of charts for the electronic music world. This was particularly a big summer hit that now Armin plays often to open his session. It consists of an intense melody with synths that characterize trance tracks. The track is now available on Armind Recordings with a remix of Gareth Emery and Andy Blueman, two emblematic figures of the global trance scene.

Gaia is one of the nicknames of Armin Van Buuren, he rarely uses. The last time he presented a track under this alias, it was 9 years ago. Nobody has forgotten him since his fantastic "4 Elements" track, released on Captivating Sounds in 2000. Mainly thanks to it, he then signed a contract with Paul Van Dyk for Vandit Records. Then Armin officiates under the nickname of Major League and Alibi with Tiesto, or Perpetuous Dreamer alone. Armin Van Buuren is without no doubt one of the artists who has used the more aliases during his career. There are nearly 20 pseudo: solo or group projects.

As for the tracks on this vinyl more precisely, the original delivers an explosive break characteristic of trance tracks, with a long melodic climb. After this, there is too a musical explosion rather gradual and not too pushy. There is a subtle kind of voice also that is superimposed on the whole.

Then, for the remix of Gareth Emery, this is a track a little more electro than the previous one with a stronger kick. Once started this track is really good with a little more dynamism than the original.

Finally, the version of Andy Blueman is a total trance track, with a break of great violins that will make you dream. Thrills guaranteed. The break is simply beautiful and then the rhythm will kill you! Perfect for end of mix sessions.

Overall, this is an excellent EP. The original blows our heart, even though we were amazed by the remix of Andy Blueman, which is undoubtedly one of the best trance break we ever heard. It will finally wake you up for this Christmas Day!

 
Written by Dj Aroy
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