Current world #1 DJ Hardwell has had an extraordinary 2014. From continuing to rule supreme over the dance music world, reeling off top-charting hit after hit with epic releases such as ‘Dare You’, ‘Everybody Is In The Place’, the iconic Dutch producer now delivers the newest single ‘Young Again’, from his forthcoming debut album, which is also equipped to hit a high note amongst the charts. Always one to nurture the brightest talents in the industry, Hardwell has enlisted British vocalist Chris Jones, to add a raw, rock-orientated tone, to his euphoric, soaring melodies.
Powered with emotion, ‘Young Again’ is a merger of genre-bending bliss, fusing rootsy, electro-acoustic guitar strings with Jones’s powerful vocals that command attention the second the track begins, a new anthem is truly unleashed. Questioning “Will We Ever Feel Young Again?”, as the track switches between towering club beats and dominant drops, key chords pound beneath the catchy melody, accumulating in a vocal-driven club stormer with mass appeal.
Highlighting Hardwell’s sheer versatility by stepping out of the traditional, progressive-house blueprint and daring to be different, by not being pinned down to a specific strain of dance music and finding inspiration all around him, ‘Young Again’ is an infectious record readied to dominate the charts and one that is setting up the imminent release of his new artist album very nicely!
Download on Beatport: http://bit.ly/YoungAgainBP
Lucky Date’s Jordan Atkins-Loria has blazed his way through 2014, rejigging staples across Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings imprint including Dannic & Bright Light’s ‘Dear Life’, and the label head honcho’s very own ‘Apollo’. Now, finally getting his deserved, solo induction with ‘Just Move’, Lucky Date is equipped to shine in the spotlight, readied to become an integral piece of the Revealed family-like puzzle.
Premiering on Hardwell On Air #187 earlier this month, ‘Just Move’s commanding self-titled mantra speaks for itself in making fans and critics alike, a slave to the infectious beat, further confirmed by main stage outings at world-renowned events including Tomorrowland and EDC New York, it has also received live support from prominent figures in the game including Laidback Luke.
Giving a pumped-up nod to the harder relations of dance, Lucky Date takes a blueprint of progressive electro-house with ‘Just Move’ and knocks it off the Richter scale. Cranking up the volume with blasting beats and slicing synths, the teasing build-ups that suddenly hush down right before spiralling back up at hyperactive speed, are what really inject excitement into the track, demanding the attention of the listener and spinning heads at live shows, the planet over. ‘Just Move’ comes just in time for ADE, proving the perfect up-the-sleeve weapon to whip out across the Revealed Events this Autumn.
Get your copy of ‘Just Move’ now on Beatport: http://bit.ly/JustMove-BP
From hosting arenas at festivals across the planet including Creamfields to its annual showcase at Amsterdam Dance Event, along with the imprint’s consistent chart toppling output, label head Hardwell now present Revealed’s official ADE sampler selection.
Across eighteen tracks presenting the finest Revealed has to offer, from familiar names such as Hardwell himself, over to Dannic, Joey Dale and Sick Individuals, highlights of the release celebrate the label musical dominance of the Revealed sound. Take Marc Benjamin’s colossal track ‘The Centre’, it’s transcending melody carrying the backbone of the beat, before the huge drop comes in and sweeps you away with gigantic force. First premiering on Hardwell On Air radio show earlier this month, ‘The Centre’ has had fans waiting with baited breath not only for further news on Marc’s next release, but also what the next treat to be dripped out from the sampler will be…
After Skitzofrenix’s insanely energetic ‘Clap’ on Revealed back in May, he now returns for yet another sensational collaboration with Jeff Doubleu for ‘Tear It Off’. Marrying together the ultimate in big-room staples for an unavoidably infectious, dance-floor filler, ‘Tear It Off’ is set to elevate the pair to dizzying heights on an individual basis also, each producer’s own touch shining throughout the collaborative end product.
Surely there can’t be many more exclusive reveals being kept under the Revealed belt? Well, after releasing the Hardwell edit out into the wild earlier this year, the original mix of Deorro & J-Trick’s ‘Rambo’ has now finally arrived. An irresistible slice of electro-house that remains synonymous with the party-pushing sound of not only both artists, but also the Revealed ethos as a platform for new music, the sampler highlights Revealed’s most notable anthems from the past twelve months, making them the perfect ammunition to blow away attendees at ADE.
Get your copy now on Beatport: http://bit.ly/RevealedADE14
The road to Amsterdam Dance Event beckons yet another mutual debut for from rising North American stars KSHMR and DallasK, who take to Revealed Recordings with a mighty first strike amid a year of market domination for its roster. As premiered by Hardwell at Tomorrowland and mistaken to be one of his own IDs, “Burn” is high octane big room of the highest caliber from two fast ascending talents, matching upfront festival energy with huge melodic moments to seal yet another fine moment for the label and its ever-expanding roster. Just when you thought things couldn’t get hotter for Revealed in 2014, the inauguration of KSHMR and DallasK proves that there is little chance of this international powerhouse cooling things down enroute to the New Year.
The festival season and its associated energy may now be over, but Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings imprint is yet to let the landmark anthems stop flowing. After one of the label’s most prolific summer runs to date, Thomas Gold joins the trail of Revealed’s year of reckoning, making an unprecedented debut for the label after landmark releases for Axtone, Phazing and a whole host of high-caliber labels. As premiered at his titanic Governors Island performance in New York, “Colourblind” reunites the German heavyweight with Australian songstress Kate Elsworth, adding another big room powerhouse to Gold’s sizeable discography. Dropping off the heels of a solid run of instrumental hits for the label, the track sets an impressive precedent for vocal dance music within the modern market. Fusing huge big room energy with yet another unforgettable Elsworth topline, the track shows the lasting stamina of melodic dance music and how Thomas Gold is still pioneering the sound on his own unique merits. When Revealed Recordings lets loose a vocal anthem, it seldom passes quietly. Thomas Gold and Kate Elsworth’s latest is as greater testament to the talented duo as it is to their versatile streak of market dominance here in 2014.
Grab your copy of ‘Colourblind’ now on Beatport: http://bit.ly/ColourblindBP
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