Andrew Rayel has positioned himself to be one of the most influential producers in the trance game. That’s a lot of pressure for an ordinary person, but then again, Andrew Rayel is far from ordinary.

Achieving more before his 20th birthday than many do in their entire lives, it was about time for the young talent to show what he could really do in an album.

Andrew Rayel Find Your Harmony Deluxe Edition

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Taking his cues from the legends before him, “Find Your Harmony” is constructed like an impenetrable tank – everything about the record is designed to fit right in with the upper crust of trance albums.

A quick glance through the credits of this record, and you’ll see that just about every tune is a solo effort from Andrew Rayel.

The fact that he can produce such a large volume of massive tunes without any help whatsoever is a feat in and of itself, but when he teams up with Armin for the instantly recognisable “EIFORYA”, the record kicks into an even higher gear.

Armin van Buuren Andrew Rayel Piggyback ASOT

Exceptional vocalists join the young prodigy, such as Christian Burns, Jonathan Mendelsohn, Alexandra Badoi, Sylvia Tosun, Lira Yin, Jano, and Jwaydan. One such track you can expect to be hearing from the “Find Your Harmony” deluxe edition is none other than the newly released, “We Bring The Love”, which features vocalist Sylvia Tosun.

Check it out:

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With this record, Andrew Rayel not only realizes the talent that’s always been inside him – he also forever carves his place in trance history.

“Find Your Harmony” deluxe edition will be released on 22nd May 2015. Pre-orders are now open via iTunes here.

For more information, visit Andrew Rayel’s website or Facebook page.

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