German electronic music artist ATB recently announced that he will release his final studio album in 2025. With a career that includes a total of 10 studio albums and over 55 gold and platinum awards in numerous countries, he has always aimed to go the extra yard with his studio albums, routinely releasing double album projects that feature a disc aimed for the dancefloor and a separate disc curated for the comedown.  

ATB tour dates
ATB tour dates

While 2025 will see the final album, it’s apparently now over. He has worked for over 25 years, and he will celebrate the time on the road with his “Don’t Stop” Summer Tour. This tour will allow people to hear all his tracks but with special attention given to unreleased music that will appear on the final studio album.  


The tour kicks off this week in New Orleans and continues through American cities, including St Louis, Dallas, Washington, DC, and Portland, before he heads to Europe for the summer festival circuit.  


ATB had his big breakthrough moment with his hit single ‘9pm (Till I Come)’ in 1998. The track took the German producer and DJ to the top of the UK singles charts, apparently becoming the first dance song to reach number 1 in the UK. 

His debut single also peaked in several top 10 charts worldwide, including the US Billboard charts, and helped to open the door for dance music on mainstream radio. 


He continued with a series of tracks, including ‘Don't Stop’, ‘Ecstasy’, ‘Let U Go’, ‘What About Us’, ‘Move On’ and ‘When It Ends It Starts Again’. He has also been featured in the DJ Mag Top 100 ranking for almost two decades now.

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