With four of the biggest names in progressive and trance under one roof, what better way to kick off the new year
Above & Beyond's globally renowned Anjunabeats label are back at The Gallery for 2015, kicking off their first event of the year at Ministry of Sound with some of the most exciting names in electronic music right now, Andrew Bayer, Grum, Fehrplay and Genix.
Enigmatic and innovative, Andrew Bayer has a long held a reputation as one of Anjunabeats' most multi-faceted talents. From elegant deep house tracks, to critically acclaimed electronica he remains unique in his ability to fuse the electronic with the emotive. Andrew’s appearance will give fans the opportunity to hear brand new productions for 2015, such as the highly anticipated "Do Androids Dream".
Making his Gallery debut at Ministry Of Sound is one of the hottest tipped artists of 2015, Grum. Breaking into the dance music world early with timeless anthems such as "Heartbeats", and the more recent "Tears", Grum has become a BBC Radio 1 favourite with huge support from tastemakers Pete Tong and Annie Mac. After remixing the likes of Chromeo, Steve Angello and Above & Beyond last year, don’t miss your chance to witness Grum before he takes over 2015.
Having previously released on Pryda Friends and boasting an encyclopaedic musical knowledge, Norwegian progressive star, Fehrplay, joins the night to make an anticipated Gallery return.
Completing the evening’s line-up is The Gallery favourite, Genix. Renowned for a string of cutting edge releases on Anjunabeats including "Aura", "Run" and the #ABGT100 debuted "Durban", Genix is a natural behind the decks with over a decade of experience DJing across the globe