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Who's Afraid Of 138?! label

July 12, 2013
A new movement has risen from the underground. With a loyal, passionate following, the sound of ‘Who’s Afraid of 138?!’ has gone through a massive growth . What started as a joke in Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance radio show, has now turned into a worldwide happening. And that’s why Armin van Buuren dedicated an entire record label to the booming bass of the faster, louder uplifting tunes of the trance genre: Who’s Afraid of 138?!

A new movement has risen from the underground. With a loyal, passionate following, the sound of ‘Who’s Afraid of 138?!’ has gone through a massive growth . What started as a joke in Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance radio show, has now turned into a worldwide happening. And that’s why Armin van Buuren dedicated an entire record label to the booming bass of the faster, louder uplifting tunes of the trance genre: Who’s Afraid of 138?!

A realm for the 138 BPM junkies, a welcome home to those who create or support it. One of the biggest fans of the movement, is no one less than Armin van Buuren. Armin:”I really love this sound. And not just me. There’s so many true fans of uplifting out there. The ‘Who’s Afraid of 138?!’ area of ASOT600 in Den Bosch was absolutely packed, and social media bursts with 138 fans. I can’t wait to see what goodies the record label will bring.”

‘Who’s Afraid of 138?!’ will kick off with the much-wanted Photographer remix of Armin’s ‘Who’s Afraid of 138?!’ track, taken from his ‘Intense’ album. Other releases coming up, include tracks by Photographer, Andrew Rayel & Alexandre Bergheau and John O'Callaghan.

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