Given a premiere spin at Electric Zoo Festival 2011 in New York City a few weeks back, Hardwell troops the fields yet again to uncover the 21st release of Revealed Recordings and the follow-up to his Sensation White-tributed The World smash. Boosting his heavily impacting synth filled leads, the Holland producer, whom faced success as early as February with the issuing of Zero 76 alongside Tiësto, prosecutes his unstoppable rise. He has shown an impeccable outlet lately and seen hordes of fans engage his commited fan base this year as a result to numerous chart-topping singles such as Beta, Encoded and the aforementioned two. Exempt his abilities of rocking any crowd with his anthemic picks and scooping recognition in cyber space onto his recurrently top notch releases, Hardwell has managed to single-handedly select new aspirants to pick up and emit through his beloved Revealed label, most successful being the Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto-supported Lump by Jordy Lishious. Also coming off remixes on In The Air, Ready 2 Go and Nobody Loves Me, Cobra is set in play.

Blending his trademarked and uplifting piano-sound with a contorted hook and a fierce baseline, this dancefloor monster of a breed has been elected the official anthem for Europe’s biggest indoor festival in 2012 – Energy, The Network. It’s set to release on October 10th, have a listen!


One Comment to “Preview: Hardwell – Cobra [Revealed]”

  • glad he finally started varying his drops a bit, the usual piano drop started to get a bit boring

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