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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

As officially debuted amid Hardwell’s live performance at the Ultra Music Festival main stage in Miami, Revealed Recordings welcomes famed ‘Rushin’ producer Skitzofrenix to it’s roster with the release of his new single, ‘Clap’. Rallying a somewhat minimalistic sound of booming bass and bleepy lead play, ‘Clap’ fits well with festival-friendly sound scope that Revealed has continued to pursue over the past few years.

Out today 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.

Off the back of original instalments on Mixmash Records, Spinnin’ Records, Doorn Records and Musical Freedom, Dutch producer Alvaro ticks off yet another of the infamous Dutch imprints with a label debut offering for Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings.

Rich in grumbling low-end riffage and bleep-happy lead play, ‘Rock Music’ veers within the confines of what we have come to associate with the Dutch House maestro, making up a solid contender for the Miami season in the process.

Out today on Beatport.

With Revealed Recordings already on a hot flush for 2013, Armada favorites W&W follow-up 2012’s ‘Trigger’ alongside homeland peer Ummet Ozcan to test the boundaries of Progressive Trance and peak time club fuel with ‘The Code’. Having been premiered during Hardwell’s set at Amsterdam Dance Event and featured in his debut Essential Mix, the track collects upfront euphoria and in-your-face energy for a seamless intervention in their nations pitch-pervading tendencies with strong melodic digressions. While the industry may seem to have taken a cookie-cutter approach to big room club fuel of late, ‘The Code’ puts these two Dutch acts firmly on the map with this energizing nod to the promising potential of modern peak time club music.

Out today on Beatport.

Words by Dan Carter

Following on from a year of great success, Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings kickstarts the New Year with a fresh remix from label protégé Dannic of ‘Strong’ by Kid Massive, Alex Sayz and U.S. singer Miella.

Already boasting a strong melodic backbone within its original format, the added momentum of Dannic’s sharp synth work and edgy peak time riffage make for a relevant sound bite from the modern heyday of European Dance music as a whole.

Out today on Beatport.

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.

After a year of well-received releases, exciting bootlegs and a tour-schedule that would cripple even the strongest seasoned DJ, it is safe to say that the punch behind Robbert van de Corput’s premature legacy is no short-lived fad. But still seeing heavy support on his last solo single, ‘Spaceman‘, Hardwell returns for the release of it’s very follow-up, ‘Apollo’.

First premiered at his Revealed event at club Escape in Amsterdam during this year’s ADE, ‘Apollo’ sees Hardwell joined by Sydney songstress Amba Shepherd for a mix of his uplifting synth work and Shepherd’s ethereal vocals. Still packing a strong punch within its grinding low-end beats, ‘Apollo’ proves itself something of a solid mark of musical maturity from Hardwell.

Beatport Link

Update (1/12): ‘Apollo’ just hit #1 on Beatport.

Update (14/3): The official video has been released and is available for your viewing pleasure below.

No strangers to the realms of unconventional club music, Franky Rizardo and Roul and Doors return hand-in-hand for a new release on Revealed Recordings, ‘Elements.’ Showcasing the same, tropically tinted stylings that pervaded their successful ‘Blackout‘ release on Flamingo, the Dutch trio are back to continue their collaborative affair with another fine example of drum-driven House music. Without folding to the more stereotypical regions associated with their homeland, the track’s infectious rhythmic progressions make for a worthy debut on the record label of Hardwell.

But in a turn for the heavier-set realms of Dance music, Hardwell and Dannic are on hand with a solid counterpart B-side in the form of a remix of grinding chord play and hands-in-the-air moments throughout.

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Hardwell & Dannic remix:

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