From edgy, ripping Trouse to pounding BPM, each personal remix has an equally defined and personal sound and each one has been favorites of certain artists who are also playing in the ASOT Tour. These are memorable times for fans of the A State of Trance radio show. The current favorite of Armin Van Buuren , it is a huge hit that will be a favorite to many Trance fans around the world.
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After its incredible original has been unleashed, it's time for some rising talents to give it their own interpretation. Keeping the main hook of the melody during the breakdown, Rayel quickly chops up the melody to his own liking at the drop antbem almost creates an entirely new tune all on its own.
The current favorite of Armin Van Buurenit is a huge hit that will be a antyem to many Trance fans around the world.
Armin Van Buuren & Markus Schulz - The Expedition (ASOT Anthem) (The Remixes) | Your EDM
A surprising remixer included the fold, ferocious Saot600 Trance master Indecent Noise has decided to up the ante and the energy to a highly explosive weapon of a remix.
And they all know how to turn 'The Expedition' into their own, musical adventure. Doing away with all delicacies, Tech master KhoMha unleashes his signature driving synths to create a dark and brooding remix that is fat with sound and punch. Taking notes from Leon Bolierthe fat bass kick is massive and is sure to be in many sets in the future.
Slowing things down a bit, technical master and rising star Orjan Nilsen takes a more Trousey approach to the Original, opting instead for big, blocky bass hits and techy stabs with pitch ripping tones. Now that the remix pack is about to land, including new interpretations by Andrew Rayel, Orjan Nilsen, KhoMha and Indecent Noise, 'The Expedition' sets forth its mission to turn the globe into qsot600 dance floor!
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From the deep, proggy fires of KhoMha's remix to the tech trance madness of Indecent Noise. Heard around the world and frequently played during the ASOT TourThe Expedition has that certain hook that make people instantly recognize the tune and it has been wildly successful with the crowds in Madrid and in Mexico City. And no world tour is complete without its own anthem.
A true smasher of a remix.
Armin Van Buuren & Markus Schulz – The Expedition (ASOT 600 Anthem) (The Remixes)
In fact, these times are exciting for each fan of the trance genre. Pick your favourite and discover them all! Here now, we present each remix, and I promise everyone that there is something for everyone here! These are memorable times for fans of the A State of Trance radio show. Rayel has been on fire lately in the Trance community and there are certain moments in this remix that have quality and class written all over it.
Indecent Noise is a master at his specific type of Trance and has done a beautiful job remixing this iconic track.
From edgy, ripping Trouse to pounding BPM, each personal remix has an equally defined and personal sound and each one has been favorites of certain artists who are also playing in the ASOT Tour. That's why 'The Expedition' was brought to life.
Armin van Buuren & Markus Schulz - The Expedition (ASOT 600 Anthem) (Orjan Nilsen Remix)
Since the inception of The Expeditionother artists have been hungry to get their hands on the track to remix it to their own liking and today, we finally get to see the fruits of their hard work. Four remixes by names on the rise.
Procuring sixteenth notes and acidic basslines, Indecent Noise reworks the energy to an even higher level than the Original. However, this is not necessarily a bad thing as you can physically feel the music hit you as you listen to it, which can be a phenomenal tool when playing it live.
Keeping the choir and some of the main melody, he instead pulls a fast, machine gun like synth into the spotlight to asott600 follows an unforgiving bass kick and signature techy block hits. Rather, it is a highly emotionally charged remix with lush chords and beautiful vocals, with that little bit of power and edge that is a signature characteristic of Rayel.
From the future classic sound of Moldovian producer Andrew Rayel to the blazing belter that hails from Orjan Nilsen's studio in Norway. Celebrating the th episode of Armin van Buuren's beloved radio asot600, he gears up a world tour bigger than ever.