Amanda Music, Spotify
From November 30th till December 2nd, Armada Music presents a special theme weekend on Spotify. This weekend, the Armada Radio playlist will transform into the 'Trance 75 – Best of 2012' playlist. Based on the physical release of the latest edition of the 'Trance 75' series, the playlist will feature the trance highlights of 2012. A perfect opportunity for trance fans to commemorate the year.
Armada Music, being voted 'Best Global Record Label' for the fourth year running, is one of the leading record labels within the trance and EDM scene. The 'Trance 75 – Best of 2012' album brings fans of the genre the tracks and remixes of Armin van Buuren, Dash Berlin, BT, Paul van Dyk, Gareth Emery, Markus Schulz, Gabriel & Dresden, W&W, Paul Oakenfold, tyDi and more. A mix of future classics and timeless anthems, all released in 2012.
The Armada Radio playlist is available on Spotify via www.armadamusicradio.com .
The multi award-winning record company Armada Music is one of the biggest labels in electronic dance music. Releasing productions within a wide spectrum of dance music, it is home to internationally renowned artists such as Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Paul Oakenfold, Dash Berlin and many more. Armada Music is the four times winner of the International Dance Music Award for 'Best Global Record Label'. As one of the first Dutch record labels, it is investing in the digital music service of Spotify. With more than 15,000 subscribers, the Armada Radio list gets updates with new tracks on a daily base, from house to trance, progressive and beyond. www.armadamusic.com.
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