Hardwell and Dannic team up for another remix, this time “Elements” by Franky Rizardo and Roul & Doors. A quick followup to their rework of “Say Nothing,” this new remix fuses tribal vibes and Latin flavor to create a house tune ready for the dance floors. The “Elements” remix gives listeners rippling percussions and styled synths converting the quiet banger into a bursting production begging for some volume. The remix is out today alongside the original via Hardwell‘s own Revealed Records.
Hardwell has owned one of the biggest tracks across the scene since releasing “Spaceman” back in January. Ten months later, Robbert is finally returning with the follow up track, “Apollo,” debuted at ADE last month. “Apollo” strikes with anthemic builds, deep bass kicks , and an unmatched drop. Along with a vocal from Amba Shepherd, Hardwell’s next single will be as ground breaking as his last, so keep an eye out for “Apollo” to hit the release circuit on November 26th.
Fresh off multiple collaborations with fellow Breda export Hardwell, Dutch DJ/producer Dannic is back with a solo release on his co-conspirator’s Revealed Recordings. On “Flare,” Dannic dresses a throwback acid bass line in all the trappings of mainstream progressive house, employing riser synths and stuttered snares to guide the listener through resonant builds and chord-driven breakdowns. While the track errs on the side of formulaic, it showcases Dannic’s technical acumen in a production tailored for dance floor traction. Expect to hear this one again on the festival circuit, and head to Beatport to grab your own copy.
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.
Previously known as Paris Fz and Simo T, Paris and Simo are back with a preview to their newest track “Nova.” The Canadian duo didn’t rely on their name change to gain more popularity but they certainly stepped their production level up a whole lot. Last year they won Tiesto’s “Work Hard, Play Hard” remix contest, which was followed by their strong release “Monk” on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings. After spending a lot of time in the studio and performing at EDC Vegas for their first time this year, Paris & Simo’s “Nova” is strongly supported by Tiesto and rightfully so. Their progressive track takes off with an array of anthemic melodies, emotive harmonies, and infectious bass lines. “Nova” will also be released on Hardwell’s Revealed on July 23rd, and we are almost positive it will be a Beatport favorite in no time.
Dannic has been hard at work in the studio lately, and hot on the heels of a new free mashup, he’s back with a new original.”Tombo” is a progressive house track with a very catchy drum beat. As the song builds and falls there are a lot of intricacies that make for a good listen. It sounds reminiscent of “Kontiki” behind the beat at points but “Tombo” is definitely not as hard hitting of a track. Hopefully Dannic keeps pumping out big room sounds because we can’t get enough.
Dyro is one of the most relevant newcomers in the game, hot on the heels of original productions like “Monster Talk” and “Raid,” along with remixes of “Kontiki” and “The Bottle Song.” The rookie relies on progression and bass lines to achieve his own sound, which is comparable to that of Hardwell. Dyro has released his latest effort, “Paradox,” remaining consistent with his rapid release schedule. The track reveals the electro side of the youngster, who couples intricate synths with his signature rolling bass. While we all anticipate the July 9th release of “Top of the World,” Hardwell’s Revealed imprint has made “Paradox” available on Beatport to hold us over.
It looks like Dyro is trying to soldify his presence in 2012 as he is back with another huge track. After seeing success with his original tracks “Raid,” “EMP,” and his remix to “Kontiki” the Dutchman delivers his latest offering, ”Paradox.” This song was premiered during Hardwell’s EDC set is the perfect for giant crowds. Dyro seems to be finding a niche with his light builds and massive electro drops that sound unbelievable on big speakers. You don’t have to wait too long to get your hands on a 320kbps as “Paradox” will be released June 18th on Revealed Recordings.
Jordy Dazz is bringing a fresh and unique flavor to Hardwell’s Revealed repertoire with his latest offering, “OMG.” Aptly titled, “OMG,” features a lengthy build with stagnant progression and intricate synth work that leads listeners to expect an overly climactic drop. Half way through the song, Dazz drops nothing but heavy bass and devious piano riffs that bring the frenetic banger full circle. With a drum line that would make Hardwell proud and a contagious dance floor drive, Jordy Dazz can’t be denied on this effort. Let the beat take over and grab your copy of “OMG” on Beatport today.
Dannic is a newcomer onto the scene, but he does not want you to forget his name anytime soon. After the release of “Kontiki” with Hardwell, the Dutchman is back with the official anthem of the Riverdance festival 2012. “W.O.P.” — that stands for “World of Pleasure” — combines a high synth melody with light bouncy drop, devoid of any overly heavy bass. The song is refreshing, and we’re excited to follow Dannic’s progression as he keeps releasing tracks at breakneck speed. Him and Dyro have had us very intrigued lately, so we definitely have our eyes on them. “W.O.P.” is now available from Revealed Recordings on Beatport.