In hindsight, it makes perfect sense that the union of Above & Beyond and Andy Moor would yield such a great release. What has always made Above & Beyond’s music enjoyable has been their use of beautiful vocals, captivating trance bass, and quality hands-in-the-air production overall. With time, their tracks and remixes have become more refined and professional, and I have come to expect quality trance from them. Now think of Andy Moor’s work leading up to this release and the list of productions and remixes is quite long. Great work like Halcyon, and remixes of Luminary’s My World, Wasting, Ridgewalkers’ Find, and Sonorous’ Protonic are all marked with Andy Moor’s eerie vocal effects and signature tearing bass. Couple that with the aforementioned aspects of Above & Beyond’s work, and it would make perfect sense for all of these great tools to come together well. In other collaborations, the product is not what you’d expect; the producers don’t meld their strengths to make a great hybrid of their respective sounds. However, on this release, that hybrid effect does indeed come through. Air For Life is the result of hard work, and it’s a brilliant, uplifting, and pounding track. Flip it over for a beautiful, deep mix by Airwave and you’ve got a pair of tunes worthy of playing repeatedly. Played out by amateurs, up-and-coming DJs, and big players like Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, and Ferry Corsten; this one will be remembered.