Armin van Buuren’s series of collaborations to celebrate ASOT 1000 continues with Tom Staar for “Let Go”

The Dutch legend reaches a new peak in his collaborations with Tom Staar for this track that we already imagine burn up the dancefloors

Although Armin has accustomed us to a new release almost every week for some time, in the year of A State Of Trance 1000 the collaborations with various artists seem to multiply: the Dutch legend has in fact decided to give us many new collaborations with various trance artists and this “flow” of new tracks is likely to continue for much of 2021.

The first of these great collaboration came at the beginning of this spring with one of the most appreciated icon of uplifting trance of these years: Magico, with Giuseppe Ottaviani, is a real breath of trance freshness, like a cheerful song that quickly projects us at the most exciting moments of festivals that we miss so much.

A few weeks ago, it was the turn of Maor Levi and so, the brilliant “Divino” immediately bought up musical rotations on the major radioshows: an elegant progressive trance track in which nothing seems to have been left to chance, with a studied trance atmosphere supported by the outburst of the euphoric refrain.

And finally, directly from “A State Of Trance 2021 compilation” to be released on May 28th, Armin van Buuren drew to himself one of the most influential authors of the moment, namely Tom Staar (his the breathtaking “Glow” with Ferry Corsten and Darla Jade released in recent days) wherewith last year had already collaborated, together with Mosimann, for the powerful “Still Better Off”.

The new track together is called “Let Go” and takes up the “dark progressive” trend that has been depopulating in the last period even in non-trance environments and that Armin himself had used to churn out the EP “Hollow Mask Illusion” with AVIRA last year: Josha Daniel‘s deep voice, supported by a sustained beat, accompanies the track until the final release of the explosive drop: a real bomb! Here it is:

How far will these magnificent collaborations go ? We hope to dance them all soon on our festival nights !

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