Before their headline, all classics, set at The Gallery on 2nd October, Gabriel & Dresden run through their top five classic trance songs
The Gallery for us has always been a step ahead. We were a newly minted act in September 2003 when the legendary club night at Turnmills booked us for the first time, which was also on our first ever European tour. They were one of the first clubs to recognise our talent. Needless to say, we've shared many nights at this club both at Turnmills and where it's been for the last 6 years, Ministry of Sound. Here's song of our faves that remind us of our many nights playing at The Gallery as well as some you will likely hear during our 6 hour open-to-close Classics Only set on October 2nd. - Gabriel & Dresden
Andain - "Beautiful Things" (Gabriel & Dresden Unplugged Remix)
G&D: This is the song that got us our first booking at The Gallery. And to this day, it never fails to alight the dancefloor into a major singalong. Expect nothing less when at our show on October 2nd!
Motorcycle - "As The Rush Comes" (Sweeping Strings Mix)
This was yet another reason why the Newmans wanted to bring us over to the UK. A song that not only was the trance anthem of 2003 but it also made an appearance in the UK top 10 in January of 2004 and got us an appearance on Top of the Pops. Again, a huge singalong will ensue when dropped. Watch out.
Holden & Thompson - "Nothing" (93 Returning Remix)
We've played this track at the Gallery many times over the years. We've noticed this year while doing our Classics Only tour that people have not forgotten it either.
Above & Beyond - "No One on Earth" (Gabriel & Dresden Remix)
One of the first plays this remix ever received was at The Gallery at Turnmills way back in 2004. And it still does the business 11 years later.
Sia - "The Girl You Lost to Cocaine" (Sander van Doorn Remix)
Just a great, well produced dance track that takes you pretty much anywhere you'd want a dance record to take you.
Gabriel & Dresden will be playing all classics, all night long, at The Gallery on Friday 2nd October, get your tickets here.
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