Who’s ready for another up-and-coming progressive-meets-electro producer out of the Netherlands? Breda-based Kill The Buzz puts himself on the map with his first major release, “Party Hard.” First premiered during Hardwell’s set at Tomorrowland, “Party Hard” features melodic synth leads that quickly transition into an explosive, grinding drop perfectly fit for festivals and clubs alike. Under Hardwell’s wing as part of the Revealed Recordings family, Kill The Buzz could certainly have a bright future in the world of dance music. Check out the preview below and stay tuned for the October 8th release.
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