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First premiered in Hardwell’s Essential Mix late last month, rising Dutch producer Jordy Dazz returns to Revealed Recordings to officially release his fifth and final original track of the year in ‘Claymore’.

Teeming with the drum-driven sound that we now associate with Jordy Dazz and sprinkled with the wailing sirens that helped him catch the attention of Swedish House Mafia among others with ‘Lump’ last year, ‘Claymore’ is sure to be music to the ears of those wishing to escape the all too familiar Dutch House sound.

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First premiered in Hardwell’s Essential Mix late last month, rising Dutch producer Jordy Dazz returns to Revealed Recordings to officially unveil his fifth and final original release of the year in ‘Claymore’.

Teeming with the drum-driven sound that we now associate with Jordy Dazz and sprinkled with the wailing sirens that helped him catch the attention of Swedish House Mafia among others with ‘Lump’ last year, ‘Claymore’ is sure to be music to the ears of those wishing to escape the all too familiar Dutch House sound.

Out December 10th.

As Revealed artists continue to extend their reign on the gritty terrains of festival proof Electro House, Mr. Fluff’s ‘Fearless Hearts’ receives a fresh lick of paint from Holland based young blood Jordy Van Oostveen, also known as Jordy Dazz.

With his latest Revealed release ‘Fuego’ alongside Dannic still doing the rounds and with heavy support on Hardwell’s Essential Mix debut, the ambitious Dutchman utilizes the vocal assets of ‘Fearless Hearts’ and injects a thorough dose of persistent misshapen chord play to the equation, proving that Oostveen’s youthful enthusiasm and solid production values are enough to keep the vast majority excited for such future assets as Jordy Dazz.

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With Knife Party singing his praises, Dutch Revealed regular Jordy Dazz follows up ‘Fuego‘ alongside Dannic with a free giveaway as a gesture to his now 7k+ following on Facebook.

Sprinkled with the same sound that helped him catch the attention of Swedish House Mafia with ‘Lump’ last year, Dazz’s rework of ‘Sinus’ sees him add wailing sirens to David Amo and Julio Navas’ bass-heavy Spinnin’ Records release. Maintaining the original’s burly and somewhat overpowered low-end, Jordy Van Oostveen makes a mark of quality with a sound that has seen an increasing presence in live sets of Axwell, Avicii and more of late.

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Always on hand to show that Dutch House music isn’t all bleeps and euphoric synths, aspiring Breda producer Dannic and the likeminded homeland peer Jordy Dazz unite for a tough yet melodic upheaval upon the late summer clubbing season.

Back on track for Hardwell’s Revealed imprint once again, ‘Fuego’ embraces both artists’ obsession with intense percussive developments alongside the strong melodic surges and uplifting peak time energy that has characterised the label and its up and coming roster of late. In a sharp and defined installment of European Dance music at its more untamed heights, Dazz and Dannic breath another surge of adrenaline into the industry with yet another quality cut in the name of ascending Dutch talent.

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Always on hand to show that Dutch House music isn’t all bleeps and euphoric synths, aspiring Breda producer Dannic and the likeminded homeland peer Jordy Dazz unite for a tough yet melodic upheaval upon the late summer clubbing season.

Back on track for Hardwell’s Revealed imprint once again, ‘Fuego’ embraces both artists’ obsession with intense percussive developments alongside the strong melodic surges and uplifting peak time energy that has characterised the label and its up and coming roster of late. In a sharp and defined installment of European Dance music at its more untamed heights, Dazz and Dannic breath another surge of adrenaline into the industry with yet another quality cut in the name of ascending Dutch talent.

‘Fuego’ will be released September 10.

Words by Dan Carter

London’s Matt Nash and Dave Silcox team up for round three of their collaborative affair, also bringing 19-year-old Ibiza resident Tom Peppé aboard for the release of ‘Hearts’ on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings. Building upon a solid backbone of peak time energy, the gentle piano play and hard-hitting Electro House of their collective label debut makes for a studio endeavor charged with the same festival-proof resonance that we have come to associate with the two British newcomers. Accompanied by a heavier-set remix courtesy of label regular Jordy Dazz, the release of ‘Hearts’ encapsulates the hysteria currently surrounding Revealed’s studio output of quality club fuel.

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00:00 – Original Mix
01:47 – Jordy Dazz Remix

Already attributed to a solid slew of heavyset club offerings for 2012, Rising Dutch talent Jordy Dazz follows up his third coming to Revealed ‘OMG‘ with the solid input of homeland peers Mightyfools for the shifty ‘Drum Fail’. Binding their studio wits for the ongoing festival season, this lurching Electro outing sees the trio build a sturdy wall of pitch pervading leads and scattered rhythmic shuffles for perhaps the most inventive Electro offering of the summer. Scoped by the Bingo Players’ Hysteria Records imprint, this trio of rising Dutch talents fortifies their proud club-savvy nation’s prominent spot on the radar with convincing stamina.

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Where the Swedish House Mafia-approved Jordy Lishious made eccentric noise with last year’s breakthrough ‘Lump‘, Jordy van Oostveen’s reincarnated alias Jordy Dazz looks to extend his reign on the industry with a third release for Hardwell’s Revealed imprint. Racking number 7 on the DMC World Ibiza Buzz chart and already gaining the support of Fedde Le Grand, ‘OMG’ sees the Tilburg-based producer extend upon the tough exterior that has characterised his untimely accession throughout Europe. While his heavyset drum work plays out consistently with his previous Revealed offerings, Oostveen’s dynamic chordplay and soothing interludes make for another home run for this promising Dutch contender.

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Having built his foundation with the Swedish House Mafia-approved ‘Lump‘ as Jordy Lishious last year, Jordy van Oostveen, now known as Jordy Dazz, continues to make his mark on clubland, presenting his upcoming third release on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings. Already seeing heavy support from the likes of Fedde le Grand and conjuring a #7 spot on the night edition of DMC World’s Ibiza Buzz Chart, ‘OMG’ sees the Tilburg-based producer turn to the tougher beats yet again for a somewhat distinguished blend of rhythmic, heavy-set drum work with blistering chords and soothing interludes.

‘OMG’ will be released on May 28.

/Anton

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