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Australia’s Tygris & Ahmet Atasever make waves on Anjunabeats & ABGT

Photos: Tygris / SHOT by BAZ - Basil Pantazis Photography & Ahmet Atasever / ISKA Photography. Source: Facebook.

Aussie artists continue to make waves across the scene.

Sydney’s Tygris has announced he’s releasing a forthcoming track on Anjunabeats, and we’re absolutely thrilled for the local talent.

“I never thought I would be making this post, though, after 7 long hard years, I feel unbelievably fortunate to be laying pen to paper on this contract and finally join the Anjunabeats family. There have been many times when I have lost hope and given up, however, thankfully I had the encouragement of my friends and family to keep moving forward and believing in me. No matter where you are in life, never give up! Dreams do come true!” Tygris shared to fans on his Facebook page.

The gifted Aussie has done incredible well in the past, capturing the hearts of music lovers with his enthralling sound on labels such as Enhanced Music, Alter Ego Digital, Armada Captivating and Skyfall Records.

There’s no doubt Tygris’ will deliver an outstanding piece of work for Anjunabeats, worth of an infinite amounts of listens.

Hailing from Melbourne, Ahmet Atasever has received huge support from Above & Beyond over the weekend. His latest track on AVA Recordings, ‘Kensho’, was played on Above & Beyond’s beloved Group Therapy radio show.

“This is such a big milestone for me, my first ever play from Above & Beyond on their radio show Group Therapy! An amazing piece of news to wake up to! One group I truly admire, so it is an honour to have made their play list!” he wrote throughout social media.

There’s no denying the mesmerising atmosphere of Ahmet Atasever’s ‘Kensho’. A solid progressive gem, ‘Kensho’ inspires awe and takes you to places you wish you’ve discovered ages ago. Have a listen below!

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

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