ill featured in many DJ sets – possibly because of Calvin’s Harris production credit. Another one of her recent singles, “Where Have You Been,” was also produced by Harris and the original mix features a synth progression that you might be surprised to hear in a radio hit.
Hardwell takes the song to the next level with this edit by giving it his signature bass, which makes it sound more EDM and less pop. This is certainly not the last time we will hear this song and we can almost guarantee this will not be the last remix. Are there any producers who you want to hear remix this song? Let us know in the comments.
If there’s any one trend we’ve noticed from Miami Music Week, it’s that avid EDM enthusiasts are embracing a harder sound than in the past. Luckily for us there was no shortage of artists who fit that bill — and Hardwell’s set at Ultra was just right. Unfortunately we didn’t get to see Zedd who owned the Main Stage before Hardwell took the stage at 3:20PM, but as soon as we arrived the entire space sprung to life.
When a video starts with an epilepsy warning, you know its going to be a visually mind blowing experience. Dutch producer Hardwell joins forces with newcomer Dannic to bring you a song that is simply massive. “Kontiki” starts with simple melody that sets a bigroom tone culminating in a massive bass drop. With his previous releases it seems Hardwell is developing into a bigroom electro house producer, as he has the ability make the crowd go wild. We unfortunately don’t have a release date but “Kontiki” will be out on Revealed Recordings sometime in the near future.
Tiesto is back with another episode of “In The Booth,” and this time we’re going to the Great White North — Canada. Appropriately, he kicks things off by playing a white party in Montreal with his hometime buddy Hardwell. The two bond over their shared 076 area code, and Hardwell even joins Tijs on stage where they drop the track together. Tiesto reflects on the love he’s received from the Canadian fans, enjoys some Starbucks, and then heads over to yet another arena for yet another show. We won’t keep you with our own recaps any longer — just push play and see for yourself.
The Winter White tour comes to the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, NJ this Thursday. Headlined by rising star, Hardwell, and moombahton mastermind, Dillon Francis this is destined to be one hell of a party. Throw in the venerable Chris Lake and electro-house newcomers, Taxidermy and you’ve got an electronic cocktail that is guaranteed to blow your mind.
Tickets are still available but, for those of you on a college budget and a steady diet of Ramen noodle, we’ve got 2 pairs of tickets to give away! Sign up after the break and check out our selected tracks to get yourself ready for Thursday night.
can feel a little overwhelming. With monster releases from Afrojack, Hardwell, and Tommy Trash (not to mention that little podcast from Sebastian Ingrosso), there was an absurd amount of new music this week and we’re here to help you make sense of it all. Just like last time, we’ve worked with Ultra Records to bring you the top ten most interesting tracks organized into a nice — and free — YouTube playlist, and you can listen to them by clicking the play button right above. What better way to get ready for a Friday night?
We saw Hardwell when he came to Philadelphia a few weeks back, but he’s returning to North America this February for his upcoming Spaceman Tour. Named for his most recent release, the tour will start off at Cobra Nightclub (which just so happens to share its name with another Hardwell original) in London, Ontario, before heading down to the Northeast and Las Vegas. There are ten shows in all throughout the ten day tour, so it looks like Hardwell will be working hard and playing hard for its duration. Tickets for the various shows are on sale now, so make sure to buy early if you’re interested.
The Winter White Tour will be making its way to the Northeast in just a few weeks, and if you’re lucky enough to live in one of the included cities, you should check your calendars to see if you can make it. Kicking off in Albany with David Guetta, Dada Life, and R3hab, the tour will make stops in Syracuse and at the University of New Hampshire. It’ll include artists like Hardwell, Dillon Francis, and Bingo Players as well as it continues to make its way through the New England area. Tickets are still available, so check out the links below to get ‘em while they’re still up. We may have some giveaways for you in the near future, so stay tuned for more. Full list of tour dates after the break.
We’ve already got yearmixes from the likes of Thomas Gold and Laidback Luke, but Hardwell is out with one of his own — and his has an hour-long video to go along with it. The flick has footage from countless Hardwell shows around the world in 2011, including EDC Las Vegas. Most of the music is Hardwell’s own, but when has that ever been a bad thing? If you were planning on raging at home to ring in 2012, this just might be the perfect soundtrack and video to help celebrate.
Robert Hardwell took Philadelphia by storm this past Thursday, where he delivered a set to a room full of college students with an insatiable appetite for electronic music. This was the DJ’s first time in the city, but it was certainly well worth the wait. While his mentor Tiesto catered to New York socialites at Lavo, Hardwell had the task of tailoring a set to a distinctly different type of crowd. The CO2 guns were out in full force, however, cooling down the audience every so often as a reprieve from Hardwell’s hard-hitting tunes. We were surprised by the number of unrecognizable tracks we heard throughout the night, but managed to pull together a list of the five you simply need to know. Read all about them below.