Legendary Dutch Producer Armin van Buuren has revealed his remix of Zedd’s “Spectrum” which feature vocals by Matthew Koma. When “Spectrum” was originally released, it became the top track on SoundCloud after only 5 hours! So it’s really not too shocking to see van Buuren reworking this track.
After taking two trains and a bus from New York City, I finally arrived at MetLife Stadium to what looked like a rather small gathering. After quickly going through check-in and security, I was released onto the festival grounds which was absolutely massive. The layout of the grounds quickly brought me back to when Electric Daisy Carnival was located in Los Angeles: the multiple stages located outside the stadium with one enormous stage located on the actual field! The event organizers, Insomniac and Pacha, had expected almost 100,000 fans in attendance over three days but they had anticipated Friday being on the lighter side due to the way tickets were sold this year. I decided to quickly canvas the ground to do a quick comparison to both Los Angeles and Las Vegas and what I saw was satisfying: there would be pyrotechnics, hundreds of costumed theatrical performers, interactive art installations, carnival rides, special effects galore and of course, world-class talent! At this point, I realized that once again Insomniac has cloned one of North America’s best music festivals and delivered it to the Northeast!
Released earlier this morning by the godfather of trance is his single, “We Are Here To Make Some Noise.” Armin van Buuren released this anthem on Beatport via Armada Music will be the official theme in the European Championship campaign of Dutch radio station Radio 538.
This isn’t the first time that Armin’s made a football anthem. Back in 2007, his original “Rush Hour” was the theme song for the UEFA European Youth Championship. In 2010, Armin played at the Museumplein in Amsterdam in July, during the honoring of the Dutch football team. Armin said the following regarding his latest single:
It is and will always be special to see how Music affects people. One of the players of the Dutch football team once told me he focuses on the game by listening to Music. ‘We Are Here To Make Some Noise’ might not be as trancy as people would expect from me, but this is also a musical side that I own. I’m hoping that the energy of the track will catch on, for both the players and the crowd.
People, the release of Armin van Buuren’s “Feel So Good”, remixed by Tristan Garner has launched on YouTube. Brought to you by Armin van Burren and ArmadaTV, oh does it, “feel so good, feel so good.”