Dyro might not be a popular name yet, but we have a feeling that is about to change. After releasing an edit of Hardwell’s “Kontiki” that was arguably better than the original, he is back, teaming up with Dutch producer Rene Kuppens to create another huge track. “Raid” starts off with a light build that is quickly joined with bass that helps progress to the climax — which drops hard with a pulsating beat. We first heard this song during Hardwell’s set at Beyond Wonderland and again during UMF, and it is featured in his awesome after-movie. The track is on schedule for a release date of April 30th.
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