Above & Beyond Release Awesome Remix Pack For “Almost Home”: Listen

Above & Beyond Release Awesome Remix Pack For “Almost Home”: Listen

After its crazy success in 2021, the hit ‘Almost home’ through Above and beyond and Justine Switzerland now has its own remix pack on Anjunabeatswith huge remixes of MitiS and Ashiba.

While the club mix of ‘Almost home’ was by far the most popular release, this remix pack is the perfect complement to one of the best trance tracks of 2021. MitiS’ remix is ​​the melodic bass release you didn’t know you needed; its crisp synths and beautiful melody will make you fall in love with the track all over again.

Ashibah takes the track to the deeper, darker side of trance music. While retaining all the original elements of the track, the drops deliver a gripping melody worthy of the underground; he has already received radio support from people like Reel, Mauritius West and Simon Doty. Above & Beyond also released their own deep mix of ‘Almost home’ back in October; It’s amazing how they were able to release multiple versions of tracks that can have different impacts on the whole field of electronic music. Between the release of an original mix, a club mix, and a deep mix, it really allows the listener to experience the track in all its glory.

The year 2022 has started well for Above & Beyond and their label Anjunabeatshaving released pieces like Ben Nicky, myon and Oliver Smithas well as the brand new Jason Ross remix of the trance classic ‘Rebound’ through artsy and Unleavened.

The boys are gearing up for massive shows in the coming weeks, with Anjunabeats label parties in London and Amsterdam, as well as the highly anticipated Anjunabeats Miami event, which will feature Andre Bayer, Fatum and grum to name a few (for more information on these events, click here).

You can stream the remix pack from ‘Almost home’ by Above & Beyond and Justine Suissa below, be sure to let us know your thoughts!

Image Credit: Above and Beyond (via Facebook)

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