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Armada Stream 40 2012 – 17

April 27, 2012
This week marks the release of the new Dash Berlin album. Aptly named ‘#musicislife’, the album doesn’t only bring new nocturnal anthems and highlight moments, but also lands the new number one of this week’s Stream 40: ‘Dash Berlin ft. Sarah Howells – Go It Alone’!

This week marks the release of the new Dash Berlin album. Aptly named ‘#musicislife’, the album doesn’t only bring new nocturnal anthems and highlight moments, but also lands the new number one of this week’s Stream 40: ‘Dash Berlin ft. Sarah Howells – Go It Alone’!

With half a million views for its official music video, it’s no surprise that the stunning new single of Dash Berlin now rocks numero uno. The rest of the Top 5 remains relatively unchanged. OMnia’s ‘the Fusion’ still rules the floors and thus gets a well-deserved number 2 position. W&W’s Shotgun, the first release of their Mainstage Music label, sits at number 3. Paul van Dyk’s latest offering, ‘Eternity’ ft. Adam Young, has won the hearts of the clubbers, taking in number 4. Last but not least, there’s Armin van Buuren’s collab with Orjan Nilsen, ‘Belter’, safely seated at 5.

New entries this week include the growling, bass-eating collab of Markus Schulz & Dennis Sheperd, ‘Go’!, Ralphie B’s trancer ‘Icarus’, the house sounds of 2 Faced Funks’ ‘Episode’ and Sunlounger’s Zara Taylor collab ‘Try To Be Love’. Sied van Riel’s ‘Tunnel Vision’ and Villanaranjos sun-drenched ‘Digital Logic’ close down the list of hot newbies.

Wanna know if your favourite tune is in there? Check the full Armada Stream 40 here!

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