Hardwell’s protégé Kill The Buzz, fresh from his recent release ‘Galaxy’ on Armada, teams up with Harrison, best known for his vocal work on the label head’s album track ‘Sally’. The pair are no strangers to Revealed either, having both previously released their own material on Hardwell’s label. However it is the first time the two have joined forces, and the result is a dancefloor anthem in the form of ‘Once Upon A Time’.
The track is an instantly memorable progressive track, with Harrison’s trademark raspy, rock influenced vocals expertly setting the epic theme from the get-go. Harrison’s vocals are accompanied by a plinky melody that bounces around the breakdown, before spreading it’s wings to become a euphoric lead that is sure to go down a treat at this summer’s festivals. The melody continues into the drop where it is joined by a stomping kick drum and tribal-style percussion that steps the track’s gears up a few notches and cement its place as a reliable club weapon that perfectly demonstrates the pair’s undoubtable production ability and showcases just why they are both in such high demand.
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From working his magic on original Revealed productions including the irresistible ‘Tell Me’ that propelled to a top 3 position on Beatport’s Progressive House Chart, over to earning his stripes remixing both ‘Echo’ and ‘Run Wild’ from label boss Hardwell, things are only set to reach more stratospheric levels with the latest offering from KAAZE; ‘Milk Man’.
A longawaited ULTRA Music Festival ID, the rising Swedish producer fuses together unique, glitching notes with rising, punchy beats that elevate the track to the next level come the bridge; a hugely pulsating assault on the senses with a truly militant bass that comes storming through. Peppered with futuristic warps of big-room grooves and galactic dips, that are sure to be heard across the Summer from Ibiza to Miami and international festival stages, KAAZE only continues to shine bright with his magic.
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When two dance music titans combine there is only going to be one result. Paris & Simo & Joey Dale have collectively amassed an impressive array of releases on pretty much every noteworthy label in the genre, including Protocol, Spinnin’, Musical Freedom, Armada, Dim Mak as well as Hardwell’s own Revealed Recordings. The two acts return to the label with the wicked ‘Long Way Home’, this time utilising the undoubtable talent of singer Brandon Lehti to put together a track that is set to take over the festival scene in the next couple of months. The punchy drums, upbeat bassline and uplifting synths combine to great effect to provide a track perfectly suited for long summer days. The vocal is the icing on the cake for the track and elevates it to another level, creating a hands-in-the air hook that you are guaranteed to be hearing a lot of. Out via Revealed Recordings on the 16th May, ‘Long Way Home’ is sure to make its way into the DJ sets of any DJ worth their salt.
Tom & Jame are a name familiar with the Revealed Recordings family, having released the huge collaboration with Dannic – ‘Clap’, and singles such as ‘Combat’ and ‘Find You’ on the label. The duo returns with ‘What Goes Around’, a peak-time anthem that is sure to further establish the pair at the top of the EDM Hierarchy. The track is a no-nonsense affair, with pounding drums accompanied by a lively melody that weaves its way through the tough kick. The track completely switches up midway through, with the lead replaced by a relentlessly roaring bassline that is sure to do damage on the dancefloor. The addition of a memorable vocal cements this track as a certified summer anthem and ensures that Tom & Jame continue on their run of astounding success.