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There are few producers left who started greater than a decade in the past who can nonetheless command a room fairly like Armin van Buuren. Other than each his wildly profitable label, Armada, and radio present, A State Of Trance, Armin has produced beneath one other, extra storied alias known as GAIA along with his manufacturing companion Benno de Goeij since 2006. Nevertheless, even after working collectively for 13 years, at the moment, marks the launch of the long-awaited, debut GAIA album Moons Of Jupiter.
The album was solely simply introduced final week and instantly had followers anxious for the discharge, proving the lasting energy of considered one of dance music’s best legends.
Their first-ever album, Moons Of Jupiter, proves to followers music doesn’t have any boundaries. It’s made for music-fanatics who’ve realized to hear between the traces, which shines by means of of their distinctive dwell reveals as they take listeners on a journey out of this world and into a brand new one exploring the universe that GAIA so thoughtfully created. Likelihood is you’ll discover out that every thing is related fantastically a technique or one other. The music is created in a harmonious steady loop, designed to be listened collectively as a lovely story being instructed.
Armin van Buuren: “All through the years, we created quite a lot of synths, beats and loops that have been extra underground and never at all times usable for my sound and style. We at all times had a lot enjoyable exploring completely different genres and charting completely different loops and sounds that we felt it was time to mix this beneath the title GAIA.”
Benno de Goeij: “We’ve actually stepped out of our consolation zone, exploring each minimalist in addition to advanced sounds, creating monitor preparations dwell on stage reasonably than within the studio. We even created our personal , giving us all the liberty to take individuals on the journey to the Moons Of Jupiter.”
Lastly, after 13 years, followers can hearken to the first-ever GAIA album, Moons Of Jupiter, beneath.