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First played in Milan back in December and given a more formal premiere at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival last month, Hardwell and Dyro release their highly-anticipated single ‘Never Say Goodbye’, featuring vocals provided by Heather Bright, a.k.a. Bright Lights. Dealing in poignant melodic play and lengthy synth textures underneath Bright’s elegant vocal line, ‘Never Say Goodbye’ marks a continuation of the peak-time energy and well-crafted club cuts we have come to associate with Holland’s proficient Robbert van de Corput and his Amsterdam-bred protégé Jordy van Egmond.

Out now on Beatport

First played in Milan back in December and given a more formal premiere at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival last month, Hardwell and Dyro reveal the release date of their highly-anticipated single ‘Never Say Goodbye’, featuring vocals provided by Heather Bright, a.k.a. Bright Lights. Dealing in poignant melodic play and lengthy synth textures underneath Bright’s elegant vocal line, ‘Never Say Goodbye’ marks a continuation of the peak-time energy and well-crafted club cuts we have come to associate with Holland’s proficient Robbert van de Corput and his Amsterdam-bred protégé Jordy van Egmond.

Slated for release May 20th through Revealed Recordings. Watch Hardwell and Dyro play the track at the UMF main stage and Hardwell’s official Miami 2013 aftermovie below.

Taken from the Morgan Page’s latest studio album, ‘In The Air’, the emotive piano stylings of ‘Carry Me’ with Nadia Ali get the remix treatment courtesy of European fast-risers Nilson & The 8th Note and Dyro.

Starting the remix pack off nicely, Nilson and The 8th Note utilize Ali’s distinct vocals with euphoric moments and lush melodic play. In a considerably heavier manner, Dyro’s remix brings back the Dutch producer’s grind-heavy signature sound that helped establish himself as a household name in the scene a while back.

Out now on Beatport.

Close to a year after the successful original release, Tiësto and Swanky Tunes’ ‘Make Some Noise’ receives a fresh coat of paint from Holland’s Dyro and Russian up-and-comer Skidka, formerly Igor Impulse. Much like the original version, the remix package is consistently crisp and deals in a coarse yet melodic injection of peak time.

While Dyro’s remix showcases his signature cataclysmic sound scope, Skidka ascends from melodic break-downs to embrace the realms of grinding Electro House with a strong low-end twist. Both utilizing Ben McInerney’s vocal line, this collection of European remixers extends the shelf life of one of the more dignified Musical Freedom releases of 2012.

Out today on Beatport.


2012 was a big year for Dance music and an even bigger one for the Dutch Dance export and, in particular, the acclaimed Revealed protégé known best as Dyro. But fresh off having debuted his new track alongside Hardwell himself in Italy two weeks ago, the Amsterdam producer is back at collaboration duties to unite with hometown duo Bassjackers for the Hardwell-premiered ‘Grid.’

Without a single cheesy vocal sample in earshot, the Dutch trio present a raw-natured and grind-heavy concoction of swift chord work and systematic melodic spots that looks to make for a strong inaugural release of 2013.

Out now on Beatport

2012 was a big year for Dance music and an even bigger one for the Dutch Dance export and, in particular, the acclaimed Revealed protégé known best as Dyro. But fresh off having debuted his new track alongside Hardwell himself in Italy two weeks ago, the Amsterdam producer is back at collaboration duties to unite with hometown duo Bassjackers for the Hardwell-premiered ‘Grid.’

Without a single cheesy vocal sample in earshot, the Dutch trio present a raw-natured and grind-heavy concoction of swift chord work and systematic melodic spots that looks to make for a strong inaugural release of 2013.

Update (23/1): The release date has been set for February 18th. Peep the official video preview below.

Example can certainly be tipped for having mustered some sterling remixes amid his exploits to the shores of global Dance Music. But where Amsterdam’s Dyro is rapidly becoming something of a household name in the ranks of high-end remix duties, his next dance with the devil better known as commercial pop comes in the form of a take of the Fulham residing chart-to-club icon that is certain to turn some heads.

Swapping the instrumental of ‘Close Enemies’ for a more melodic take on his grinding signature sound, Dyro’s infectious remix makes for a language far more convincing than that of the solemn British pop asset.

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Example can certainly be tipped for having mustered some sterling remixes amid his exploits to the shores of global Dance Music. But where Amsterdam’s Dyro is rapidly becoming something of a household name in the ranks of high-end remix duties, his next dance with the devil better known as commercial pop comes in the form of a take of the Fulham residing chart-to-club icon that is certain to turn some heads.

Swapping the instrumental of ‘Close Enemies’ for a more melodic take on his grinding signature sound, Dyro’s infectious remix makes for a language far more convincing than that of the solemn British pop asset.

Out soon on Ministry Of Sound.

With the original still sitting comfortably at #4 in the overall Beatport chart, Nicky Romero and Calvin Harris’ ‘Iron‘ returns for round two with a slew of remixes from two of Europe’s most sought-after talents of late.

Already associated with a premium blend of tectonic Electro House, Amsterdam’s Dyro is first to bat for the remix package, following up his synth-tinged remix of ‘Night Like This‘ and extending the belief that Jordy Von Egmond is out to shake things up for the remainder of 2012. But where Dyro swaps the original’s wobble-induced instrumental work for a burly take on his grinding signature sound, France’s Tony Romera tops the package with a heavy-footed remix B-Side of churning, minimalistic builds and standalone lead play.

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Already associated with a premium blend of tectonic Electro House, Amsterdam’s Dyro follows up his synth-tinged remix of ‘Night Like This‘ to extend the belief that Jordy Von Egmond is out to shake things up for the remainder of 2012.

But making his debut on Protocol Recordings, Dyro is back on remix duty to take on Nicky Romero and Calvin Harris’ Beatport #1, ‘Iron‘. Swapping the original’s wobble-induced instrumental work for a burly take on his grinding signature sound, Von Egmond’s relentless stylings make for a worthy breath of fresh energy into this stand out collaboration.

Out October 8th on Protocol.

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