While most aftermovies from festivals get us incredibly pumped up and immediately ready to party, Hardwell is trying a different approach. In his Electric Zoo aftermovie, Hardwell used an acoustic cover of “Call Me a Spaceman” by Colin McLoughlin to tell the story of why Robbert Van de Corput loves partying in New York. The acoustic version is available on iTunes if you like something a little lighter. If Hardwell is more your style, he’ll be back in NY on November 23rd at Pacha and make sure to checkout our coverage of his set a EZoo 2012.
PS. Spot the Astronaut at 0:21
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