Anjunabeats Pool Party at The Raleigh Hotel during Miami Music Week!

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The final day of Miami Music Week ended with an all star line up at The Raleigh Hotel. The Anjunabeats pool party on Sunday, March 29th was a perfect way to close out an incredible week of great weather and fantastic music.

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Daniel Paul Davis and Christopher Nelson are musically known as Judah. They started off the party and warmed the crowd up by playing tracks such as 16 Bit Lolitas’ “Deep In My Soul” and closed out their set with their remix of Clean Bandit’s “Real Love” featuring Jess Glynne on vocals. Many people in the audience were showing their admiration of the duo by wearing official Judah t-shirts.

Vermont native Pierce Fulton made the crowd go wild with his track “Kuaga” and his fantastic remix of Dillon Francis and Sultan & Ned Shepard’s “When We Were Young”. Fulton started playing guitar when he was just 6 years old along with many other instruments as the years went on. Fast forward to the present and he’s producing incredible electronic hits and Djing along side the greats.

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Scottish producer Grum played his track “Straight To Your Heart” which harnesses hypnotizing vocals intertwined with beautiful, uplifting melodies. A moment to remember is when Grum dropped the captivating tune titled “Elf” by Dutch trance producer Bart Claessen.

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Newly signed to the Anjuna family, producer/ Dj Jason Ross took to the decks at The Raleigh Hotel. He played his brilliant remixes of Above & Beyond’s “A Thing Called Love” and “Alone Tonight” along with their classic track “Sun & Moon”, an edit mixed with Wezz Devall’s “Prima Vista”. A real crowd pleaser was the Anjuna mash up of Reflekt’s lovely track “Need To Feel Loved”.

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A highlight of the party was when Tom Staar dropped Green Velvet’s “Flash” vs Armin Van Buuren’s “Ping Pong” (Tom Staar and Kryder remix), the crowd went absolutely mad. He also played his remix of Francesco’s “Paper Aeroplane” and his new track titled “Bora” out on Axtone’s label. Catch Tom Staar along with Kryder at Pacha Friday, April 17th!

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German producer/ Dj Jerome Isma- Ae is known for his intense progressive house/ trance productions containing few, if any, lyrics. He had the energy at the Anjunabeats pool party at an all time high when he played his track “Under My Skin” and “Refused” produced with Mark Sixma. We love his latest creation “Smile While You Kill Me” out now on Armada.

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Ilan Bluestone and Maor Levi had undeniable chemistry during their back- to -back set. They played Bluestone’s electrifying track “Spheres” and Maor Levi’s remix with Kevin Wild of London Grammar’s “Wasting My Young Years”. Maor Levi’s emotional track “Holding On” mixed together with OceanLab’s “Miracle” made for a glorious combination. The duo had the crowd in the palm of their hands for their entire set.

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Progressive house mastermind Audien put on a mind- blowing performance after the sun set. He took us into the night with Tujamo’s insane remix of Laidback Luke’s “Rocking With The Best” and Audien’s own “Serotonin” featuring Matthew Koma’s distinct vocals. He slowed it down a bit with Kaskade’s recent track “Little More” and a crowd favorite was Porter Robinson’s “Lionhearted” featuring Urban Cone.

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Gabriel & Dresden played many of their classic tracks and it was certain that the audience had been long time fans. As they were all singing along to the remixes of tracks from the 90s and 2000s a special moment during their set is when they played their remix of Motorcycle’s “As The Rush Comes”. As the stage was flashing multicolored lights and the long, exciting week of music in Miami came to an end we wouldn’t have wanted to spend it any other way than with our Anjuna family. The best was truly saved for last.

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-Ashley Zucker for EDMNYC

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