Words can only do so much justice to a night run by a progressive trance label with such a dedicated following. That’s why we bring our DSLR.
This year’s Anjunabeats Tour took an anticipated stop in Brooklyn, filling the 13,000 square foot Brooklyn Hangar with Anjuna fans craving for a gathering on par with ABGT100. This show was a fitting Brooklyn counterpart to the progressive trance events so familiar to Manhattan. The Hangar encapsulates a UK warehouse feeling. Anjunabeats completed the equation by bringing the UK’s best, opening the lineup with the most talented rising progressive house producer of the last two years: Grum. Andrew Bayer and Ilan Bluestone followed next, delivering a double dose of their signature uplifting trance. Seven Lions brought an explosion of energy to the peak of the night, delivering a photogenic stage presence that allows us to fondly look back at every single one of his performances. The night drew to a close with Myon & Shane and Jason Ross, leaving us with a lasting dose of Anjunabeats until we return to see them in Miami for Miami Music Week.
Photography by Mike Discenza. Many thanks to Anjunabeats, RPM Presents, and Involved for making this night possible.