Be it his strong stateside presence or the affinity of festivals he now frequents, the young and talented Hardwell can safely call 2012 his most audacious to date. In the trail of his unsuspecting single ‘Three Triangles’ for Toolroom Records, Robbert Van De Corput joins brothers of the beat Showtek to show the world how their nation do persuasive peak timers.

Premiering the official video during his takeover of MTV Clubland, Corput’s union with the award winning ex-hard dance duo unites his own proficient synth work with the chugging low-end qualities of Showtek’s widespread studio legacy. By far one of the more potent stadium proof Dance tracks to hit the summer season thus far, this trio of Dutch talents prove once again that three is a magic number where blistering floor fillers are concerned.

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4 Comments to “Release: Hardwell & Showtek – How We Do [Revealed]”

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  • might do well at festivals, here with me it does nothing yet. sorry.

  • Låter helt okej, bra prodd men inge waaaaooo

  • Plays too much off of Showtek’s collaboration with Tiesto (Hell Yeah) for me to call it original. But I guess it’s okay for what it is. Like JK said, doesn’t really do much for me.

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