Escape from the real world when Armin van Buuren’s brand-new dance music channel puts you in a state of trance.
A State of Armin will feature the best selections in new and upcoming trance and progressive dance music, as well as classics from both Armin van Buuren and his collaborators from over the past 20 years. The channel will also feature A State of Trance, Armin van Buuren’s long-running weekly show where listeners get to hear Armin debut new and exclusive music and DJ sets from his studio in Amsterdam and festivals around the world. Additional shows launching at a later date include Armin’s recently launched World Wide Club 20 show and Armada Next, the radio show of leading dance music label Armada Music, of which Armin van Buuren is a co-founder, hosted by Armada Music CEO Maykel Piron.
Armin van Buuren is widely respected as one of the most successful artists in dance music over the last 15 years, having collaborated with everyone from Rudimental and Van Halen’s David Lee Roth to the late Avicii. From mainstage performances at Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland to his own widely celebrated A State of Trance imprint, Armin is a longtime festival headliner who has sold out arenas worldwide.
“I’ve been doing what I do for over 20 years now, and I can safely say that sharing the music you love with so many people is the most rewarding thing there is,” Armin van Buuren said. “Launching this new full-time streaming channel on SiriusXM is a testament to the amazing relationship we have and gives me the chance to share my love for music with even more people. A State Of Armin is where it’s at!”
Armin van Buuren’s A State of Armin is launching alongside Steve Aoki’s Remix Radio, born out of a similar beloved SiriusXM partnership. The launch of both new dance channels further expands SiriusXM’s relationships with Armin van Buuren and Steve Aoki. Armin van Buuren has hosted a weekly show, A State of Sundays, on SiriusXM for over 10 years. Steve Aoki has hosted a weekly show, Steve Aoki’s Remix Rewind, on SiriusXM’s BPM channel for the past seven years.