Andrew Rayel made his moment at Tomorrowworld 2015 legendary, performing both a solo set and a short back to back with Ferry Corsten for the Atlanta Trance Family.
The Moldolva DJ, once hailed by Armin van Buuren as "the modern day Mozart," returns to Atlanta for a special April 15th show at the Gold Room to make a few new moments for his fans across the South.
The live DJ performances of Andrew Rayel are an art form that exudes an unbridled enthusiasm for the music he plays. His onstage performances are electric and filled with physical energy, leaving him drenched in a well-earned sweat after every set.
Since his first full-length studio album, 2014's "Find Your Harmony," Rayel embarked upon a three-year period of nonstop touring that took him to world famous events like Atlanta's Tomorrowworld, Belgium's Tomorrowland and Miami's Ultra Music Festival.
Andrew Rayel is now releasing his second studio album, "Moments," following several stints of intense focus in the recording studio.
“I’ll Be There,” the first single from the album, is out now. The piano-laden number with reverberating bassline and a bouncy beat that drives the song forward features Eric Lumiere.
The 16-track album also includes collaborations with Emma Hewitt (“My Reflection”), Christina Novelli (“Lighthouse”), Max Vangeli (“Heavy Love”) and KhoMha (“All Systems Down”).
"Moments" official release date is May 5, but you can listen to "I'll Be There" here.
Tickets for Andrew Rayel at the Gold Room are available for purchase here