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Super8 & Tab to headline new edition of 'Armada Invites' in celebration of third album 'Reformation' Amsterdam / Netherlands

August 22, 2018

Earlier this year, Finnish Trance champions Super8 & Tab took it upon themselves to spoil the world of dance music, and they duly delivered when they emerged with their third studio album, ‘Reformation’. To celebrate the album’s release, the pair will descend on Armada Music’s Amsterdam HQ on Wednesday, August 22, putting the two-part album to the test at the label’s world famous, state-of-the-art, in-office club, supported on the day by fellow Trance sensations XXX and XXX. Livestreamed around the world on Armada Music’s Facebook page from (TIME), the full sets will also be made available on YouTube later on.

‘Armada Invites’ is a recurring event in Armada Music’s own in-office club in Amsterdam, comprising exclusive showcases from some of the biggest and most talented artists in the world. The event reaches a worldwide audience through its livestream on Armada Music's Facebook page and YouTube upload. World-renowned artists such as Andrew Rayel, Armin van Buuren, Borgore, Cedric Gervais, Eelke Kleijn, Erick Morillo, Gareth Emery, Kevin Saunderson, Lost Frequencies and NERVO already served as headliners in previous editions of ‘Armada Invites’.

Hailing from Helsinki, Finland, Super8 & Tab have been amongst Trance’s most hailed for over a decade. Formed by Janne Mansnerus and Miika Eloranta, the duo erupted onto public consciousness with their 2006 breakthrough single (the iconic ‘Helsinki Scorchin’’), and they’ve been raising the bar higher and higher ever since. Entering a partnership with Armada Music in 2016 proved a masterstroke move, leading to a tidal wave of new anthems (including the unstoppable ‘Mega’) and, of course, the new ‘Reformation’ album, a milestone release that shows exactly why these guys are held in high regard by pretty much all of the scene’s top names.

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