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Figured I'd start a new topic highlighting the upcoming 2015 releases on Above & Beyond's label, Anjuna Beats! I know my opinion means jack squat, but I'll be posting my thoughts on releases that are coming soon and how I think they'll play as the year progresses. Since this is a first post, I'll backtrack a month. Without further ado, here's a list that has been announced: I've bolded the ones that have already started to gain notoriety, but these are the tracks I'm looking for as well! 1. Fatum - Mandala :: High Energy, Big Room "Trouse"! I'm usually not one for these types of tracks, but this one worked so well when Above & Beyond were transitioning into their "Bullet Catch/Breaking Ties" mash-up. The energy seemed to drive perfectly right into Bullet Catch. YouTube Link: 2. Above & Beyond feat. Alex Vargas - All Over The World (Illyus & Barrientos Remix) :: I'll be honest. "All Over The World" wasn't one of my favorite tracks off of Above & Beyond's new album "We Are All We Need." It takes me a while to get into Alex Vargas' vocals, but after a while it grew on me. This remix is probably the reason why. It's got a complete 90's house vibe with the repetitive piano roll, and that's where I found the charm in this remix. YouTube Link: 3. Andrew Bayer feat. Asbjorn - Super Human :: This track made it's debut during Andrew Bayer's set at ABGT100 inside Madison Square Garden, NY; however, it wasn't until I saw Above & Beyond at The Forum where I absolutely came to love this track. There's something about the energy in this track that just has it on repeat. (See what I did there? ) It's absolutely one of my favorites for 2015 and I'm sure it'll get a lot of airplay during the Summer Festival Season. YouTube Link: 4. Andrew Bayer - Do Androids Dream (Mini-Album) :: There's not much to say without hearing more tracks, but Super Human is already guaranteed to be on it and Andrew Bayer's last two albums left me amazed (not to mention his numerous "Additional Production" credits on Group Therapy and We Are All We Need). If the teasing melody on his tour website is any indication of what this album will be like, then I'm already sold. In fact, I'm contemplating flying up to Portland, OR just to see him live (The Los Angeles show falls on a Thursday. ) Tour Link: http://www.andrewbayermusic.com/do-androids-dream-part-2/ That's it for now! I'll try to keep each update to just four tracks with my comments so you don't get inundated with replies!