Andy Blueman is Andrej Komatovic, born 1982 in Slovenia. Andy first discovered trance music in 1997 when he bought the album, Dream Dance. Since then, his interest in trance music has grown, expanded and matured. Near the end of 2001, he started producing his own music, following his brother who did the same the year before.
Until recently, Andy was producing with a variety of tools and experimenting with different styles, such as ambient/chill out, film music, melodic, progressive and uplifting trance. At the present time, he is producing uplifting trance with his own classical compositions.
The year 2007 was a good one for Andy as he was signed with the new record label Perceptive Recordings, through which he released his first single, Nyctalopia.
His most recent EP was released in February 2009, and includes the singles, Sea Tides, Everlasting and Neverland.
In December of 2010 he announced on his Myspace that he has retired from producing trance and will instead focus on composing film scores and soundtrack music.
As discogs.com has noted: Andy Produces Uplifting Trance with classical/film score elements.
And as succinct as that comment is, it’s entirely accurate and true.