Franky Rizardo and Roul & Doors make their debut on Revealed Recordings with “Elements,” a tribal, percussion-driven production. Hardwell and Dannic, who recently collaborated on “Say Nothing,” will release a remix of “Elements” alongside the original. Their dirtier more Dutch-oriented rendition of “Elements” is reminiscent of Congorock’s “Babylon,” which is not a bad thing. The duo’s styles seamlessly blend together in emphatic, big room unison. Check it out under the break.
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