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Above & Beyonds Jono Grant urges producers to pay less attention to BPM

Above & Beyonds Jono Grant urges producers to pay less attention to BPM

Jono Grant, one third of Above & Beyond, which is still leading the worlds EDM rank, twittered recently some production tips to his fellow artists, as he recommended DJs not to worry so much about their BPM (beats per minute). Its been another truly mammoth year for the Anjunabeats giants, who came to Manchester on Saturday to lead their very own evening at The Warehouse Project, and Jono who may well be in attendance along with fellow superstar A&B members Paavo & Tony told his followers that the obsession with a single number is just ridiculous.
Jono went on to add that while majority of trance producers are eager to work around the 138 BPM mark, Above & Beyonds earliest records ranged between 134, and rose all the way up to 140. Having dropped massive tracks like See The End, Waltz, and Hideaway this year, Jono has also just dropped Another Angel alongside Tony & Paavo, following Above & Beyonds sold-out Group Therapy 350 show in Prague last month.
Above & Beyonds Jono Grant urges producers to pay less attention to BPM


For those fans of the 2011 Above & Beyond track "On My Way To Heaven" off the highly acclaimed album Group Therapy, the trio is back to deliver a follow-up. "Another Angel" samples the aforementioned track but brings the vocals to a much darker place. Accompanying the release is a stunning, yet ominous visual.