ilan Bluestone Becomes One with the Cosmos on ‘We Are The Universe’ EP

After releasing Scars, ilan Bluestone has returned to Anjunabeats with his latest offering, a six-track EP dubbed We Are The Universe.

There’s no doubt about it that ilan Bluestone is one of the most beloved artists in the ever-growing Anjuna Family. Playing sets that are absolutely breathtaking while also delivering his long-awaited album Scars that featured plenty of tunes fans can’t get enough of to this day, its clear that he’s had a lasting impact on the scene. Now, after hinting of new music coming after ABGT300, ilan has delivered us more music with the We Are The Universe EP.

Out today on Anjunabeats, this six-track offering brings forth previously unreleased tunes “The Distance”, “Raindrops”, and “We Are The Universe” which show off some of Bluestone’s best work to date. The full release on Spotify also features extended mixes of each track, giving listeners some extra seconds to soak in the soundscapes that ilan has masterfully created.

Having stunned us on “Will We Remain?” off Scars, we were excited as ever to see EL Waves return for not one, not two, but three tracks in total on the We Are The Universe. Belting out powerful vocals on “Mama Africa”, “The Distance”, and title track “We Are The Universe”, we can’t help but fall deeper in love with her. It is clear that when Bluestone and EL Waves hit the studio together some serious magic happens as these three tracks truly stand out on their own as special.

Take a listen to the full EP below, download or stream it on your preferred platform, and let us know which track you loved the most in the comments!

Stream ilan Bluestone – We Are The Universe EP on Spotify:

ilan Bluestone – We Are The Universe EP – Tracklist:

  1. Mama Africa
  2. We Are The Universe
  3. Steeder
  4. The Distance
  5. Hong Kong
  6. Raindrops

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