06 Jun 2014

Anjunabeats Masters

Fri 06 Jun

The Box

Andy Moor
Super8 & Tab
Plus Special Guest:
Kyau & Albert


London Beloved
Emery Warman
Dalin B2B Metaphizix

Vodka Bar

Bedroom House Records



On Friday 6th June, three Anjunabeats names who have helped define the sound of the label come together for a celebration of past, present and future with Anjunabeats Masters - Andy Moor, Super8 & Tab and special guests Kyau & Albert.

For fifteen years, Grammy-award nominated DJ and producer Andy Moor has been at the forefront of a rapidly evolving trance scene, involving a long and acclaimed history with Anjunabeats. Collaborating with Above & Beyond on the anthemic and iconic "Air For Life", Andy Moor played a defining role in a true Anjunabeats classic taken from Above & Beyond's much-loved Tri-State  album. A recent Group Therapy Radio guest mixer, Andy Moor again joins forces with Anjunabeats for this special headline appearance.

Ralph Kyau and Steven Moebius Albert, better known to the music world as Kyau & Albert are two of the most beloved producers, and highly influential artists from the early days of Anjunabeats. 

The German duo are responsible for some of the biggest and most memorable sounds in Anjunabeats history, such as last year's "Glühwürmchen" and earlier anthem "Kiksu", as well as their huge collaboration with Anjunabeats bosses Above & Beyond in 2010's "Anphonic". 

Finnish favourites Super8 & Tab are an act who need little introduction. Since their timeless breakthrough "Helsinki Scorchin", Miika Eloranta (Super8) and Janne Mansnerus (Tab) have consistently provided some of the most memorable moments in the Anjunabeats discography.

Having given us classics like "Elektra","Black Is The New Yellow", "Suru" and their acclaimed 2010 album "Empire", Super8 & Tab continue their legacy with a new album through Anjunabeats in the works and an armoury of new music right around the corner, topping off this incredible line-up.

Three pivotal artists in the success of Anjunabeats join forces for what promises to be a historic and unmissable night at The Gallery.