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A staple in his sets over the past several months, Tiësto releases his sought-after remix duties for Showtek and Noisecontrollers’ recently released collaborative effort for Owsla Records, ‘Get Loose’. Bringing the tempo down from 140 to more common electro house territory, Tiësto’s remix keeps much of the original’s cataclysmic drops and high-octane synth play intact while adding a sizeable proportion of the stadium-proof magic now associated with the Dutch heavyweight.

Out today on Beatport

A staple in his sets over the past several months, Tiësto unveils the release date of his sought-after remix duties for Showtek and Noisecontrollers’ recently released collaborative effort for Owsla Records, ‘Get Loose’. Bringing the tempo down from 140 to more common electro house territory, Tiësto’s remix keeps much of the original’s cataclysmic drops and high-octane synth play intact while adding a sizeable proportion of the stadium-proof magic now associated with the Dutch heavyweight.

Out May 10th.

Dutch duo Bassjackers return to Spinnin’ Records to aid former hardstyle masters Showtek’s inauguration to the label with hard-hitting new original track ‘Hey!’. Already frequenting such esteemed imprints as Musical Freedom and Wall Recordings, this quadruple threat effort calls upon their respective studio dialects to create an intense romp of dignified club fuel for the fourth and final quarter of 2012.

In their usual manner, Bassjackers’ influence can be easily identified within the piercing lead play, leaving it to Showtek to bring the high-pitched synths. At its apex, however, the grinding chord play and mechanical precision of ‘Hey!’ make for a strong, festival-friendly release just in time for the New Year.

Out now on Beatport.

Dutch duo Bassjackers return to Spinnin’ Records to aid former hardstyle masters Showtek’s inauguration to the label with hard-hitting new original track ‘Hey!’. Already frequenting such esteemed imprints as Musical Freedom and Wall Recordings, this quadruple threat effort calls upon their respective studio dialects to create an intense romp of dignified club fuel for the fourth and final quarter of 2012.

In their usual manner, Bassjackers’ influence can be easily identified within the piercing lead play, leaving it to Showtek to bring the high-pitched synths. At its apex, however, the grinding chord play and mechanical precision of ‘Hey!’ make for a strong, festival-friendly release just in time for the new year.

Out December 31st.

Though their recent turn for the ‘Housier’ side of affairs may have stirred a slight sense of disdain among the more pure bred Showtek fans, their second release on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom Records sees the Dutch duo continue to digress from their hardstyle sound with ‘Cannonball’ alongside Amsterdam producer Justin Prime.

Flipping from bright synths to overpowered low-end riffage and standalone lead play, ‘Cannonball’ goes in the same vein as Showtek’s previous collaborations with Tiësto and Hardwell and mirrors the festival-friendly sound we have come to associate with Musical Freedom’s output over the past year.

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Update: Full sample added.

Though their recent turn for the ‘Housier’ side of affairs may have stirred a slight sense of disdain among the more pure bred Showtek fans, their upcoming second release on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom Records sees the Dutch duo continue to digress from their hardstyle sound with ‘Cannonball’ alongside Amsterdam producer Justin Prime.

Flipping from bright synths to overpowered low-end riffage and standalone lead play, ‘Cannonball’ goes in the same vein as Showtek’s previous collaborations with Tiësto and Hardwell and mirrors the festival-friendly sound we have come to associate with Musical Freedom’s output over the past year.

Out October 29th.

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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Having reached out to MTV for last night’s premier of the official video, the aftermath of the heavily supported Toolroom cut ‘Three Triangles’ sees Hardwell join forces with former hard dance masters Showtek for ‘How We Do’. Where recent times has already seen the Dutch brotherly duo defy more uncommon ground in their collaborative effort with Tiësto, ‘Hell Yeah‘, the fast-rising Revealed head honcho follows up ‘Kontiki‘ alongside Dannic with yet another somewhat unexpected all-Dutch collaboration. Flipping from Hardwell’s blistering synth work to considerably more Showtek-influenced, chugging low end chord play, the Dutch trio’s stadiumesque concoction comes just in time for industry’s most intense festival season to date.

‘How We Do’ will be released July 30th.

Where Tiësto was once more commonly associated with the realms of Euphoric European Trance, transitioning Dutch brothers Showtek have similarly outgrown the ranks of hard dance to unite alongside the master of Musical Freedom for high-sweeping floor-filler ‘Hell Yeah’. Still ablaze from the heat mustered by volume two of his ”Club Life” compilation series, the Dutch Dance icon digresses from his radio-friendly club stylings to don a sound scope somewhat characteristic of his homeland peers.

Grinding in and out of an sterling array of dotted lead work, the seething attitude of the track’s vocal assets mirror the firm yet disgruntled club styling’s that this double-barrelled collaborative effort has invariably perfected. Far from an echo of the tediously popular Electro House styling’s, Tiesto and Showtek make formative festival fuel of this latest stern mark for Musical Freedom.

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