Store n Forward

The German based trance-duo Store N Forward (Christian Steinweg & Thomas Boldt) were formed in 2001. Since then, they have striven for perfection with a drive to produce a refined sound that goes beyond those around them in the industry.
Early 2004 saw the boys take a punt on a remix contest for Above & Beyond’s classic “Oceanlab – Satellite”. Unaware of their own talents, they finished third. Within the same year, they achieved their first release titled ‘Blind Straight’. Fresh from these successes, there were releases “4 Seasons in One Day” and “Honeymoon” with friend and vocalist Mil Brokes (Jan Mühlenbrock). Capping off their year was the collaboration with friend and progressive trance master Cressida (Matthias Baumann) titled ‘Why Don’t We Talk About It’.
Moving on past 2006, Christian and Thomas decided to launch their own weekly radio show. Titled ‘The Store N’ Forward Podcast Show’, they built on a vision of strong track selections from the width and breadth of the trance and progressive world. With the radioshow established as a mainstay on trance fans’ speakers worldwide, Christian and Thomas embarked on the most exciting period of their career to date. The single “Broken” was born, collaborating with another of their friends Duderstadt (Dirk & Marco also known as Inpetto & Fragma). Additional success came from ‘Hello World’, gathering support in the form of remixes by Sied van Riel and Bjorn Akesson. Both of these massive productions received airtime from Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Ferry Corsten and Markus Schulz.
After a brief hiatus at the backend of 2010, Store N Forward bounced back with a huge anthem marking the 50th release on the Afterglow Label called ‘Manga’ also featured on Armin’s A State Of Trance as “Tune Of The Week”. The guys carried on where they left off with a remix for Rapha on upcoming label Tool Records. With so much accomplished already, the future is bright with upcoming releases already confirmed on Afterglow Records.


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