Start off your Monday right with this absolute bomb from young Dutch producers Dyro and Rene Kuppens, out now on Hardwell’sRevealed Recordings. Officially previewed only a few days prior to release, even the teaser for ‘Raid’ made it abundantly clear that this track would be a hit.
Pre-dating the official preview, the anticipation was hot for this prime example of Dutch house, reaching #4 on the Miami Buzz charts prior to the dance music convention convened in March. This style of hard hitting distorted synths and big room riffs has become the hallmark of the up and coming crop of Lowlands producers, Hardwell included, and it just works. So take a listen and support this talented duo.
Dyro & Rene Kuppens – Raid
Can’t wait till tomorrow for ‘Raid‘ to be released? No worries, as Rene Kuppens has teamed up with fellow Dutch producers PURESANG to put out a bootleg to the widely revered Emma Hewitt track ‘Colours.’ Emma’s vocals border on haunting in their beauty,
While Rene Kuppens is a self proclaimed broad producer of house, PURESANG specializes in the more specialized tech house and uplifting progressive, thereby covering a wide range of influencing genres in this production. Their bootleg of ‘Colours’ is a harder progressive house take on the more trance leaning original.
Emma Hewitt – Colours (Rene Kuppens & Puresang Bootleg)
To thank all of his fans for bumping his Facebook likes to 200,000, Dutch sensation Hardwell released a free download of his edit of Knife Party’s iconic track ‘Internet Friends.’ This was definitely one of the most heard tunes in Miami a short month ago, utilized by a broad range of artists in the course of their sets. Fitting for Hardwell to put forward a song about the follies of Internet stalking as a result of a gaining a large following on his..yes..Internet Facebook page.
Click HERE to get your free download of Hardwell’s edit of Knife Party – Internet Friends.
Are the Dutch making moves to win back premiere collaboration honors from their nearby neighbors the Swedes? Having already triumphed in the DJ soccer games perhaps TiÃ«sto and his countrymen are rising like cream to the top of milk.
Hardwell Official Miami Aftermovie Featuring ‘Raid’
This new collaboration between Dyro and Rene Kuppens certainly suggests that the nation is on the up and up. Coming out April 30 on Hardwell’sRevealed Recordings, ‘Raid’ is what might call a dance floor banger. ‘Raid’ was #4 in the Miami Buzz chart prior to the music week held in March and listening to the track is all you need to do to understand why. Also happy belated birthday to youngster Dyro, who just celebrated his 20th!
Today bring’s a new preview from Julian Jordan and TV Noise. ‘Oxford’ will be released May 14 from Dutch powerhouse label Spinnin’ Records.
You may recall that Sander van Doorn has been quoted as saying that Jordan is the 16 year old DJ that you must know during an interview at Ultra. Jordan released ‘Rock Steady‘ mid-March and the track has been getting heavy live play from a roster of top producers, including Sander himself.
‘Oxford’ is a serious track that the young producing collaboration really hit the mark on. Look forward to the full release of this classic Dutch house sample.
The lead-up to TiÃ«sto’s album release next week has been fraught with many, many teasers and a great deal of excitement. Club Life: Volume Two Miami is slated for release April 24 (next Tuesday!) and today Hardwell posted a preview of yet another track from the album, his and TiÃ«sto’s remix of The Naked And Famous – Young Blood.
This is the first track that the duo is releasing since their unreal smash ‘Zero 76′ named after the area code for their hometown of Breda in The Netherlands. TiÃ«sto has long been a supporter of indie hits, having brought Ken Loi’s remix of The Ting Ting Tings – Hands to popularity via his incorporation of the track into his sets. The album will be released by Musical Freedom, TiÃ«sto’s own imprint.
No – this is not the ‘Get Low’ that put that other guy Lil’ Jon on the map. Coming out on his own imprint Rock The Houze is Sidney Samson’snewest single. Chock full of the bleepiness that makes Dutch house so distinctive, the kicks are high and the drops are hard and seductive, and remind you why Samson is one of the more underrated producers of emblematic Dutch house out there. ‘Get Low’ is an endorphin inducing, dance floor banger if there ever was one.
Released unexpectedly in preview form at the beginning of the month, Hardwell first featured the full version in his post-Miami radio show March 30. Now you can enjoy ‘Get Low’ in its pure, unadulterated form, so get listening!
Sidney Samson – Get Low
If you aren’t up on Marino then you have much to learn. Already a favorite of Afrojack and Laidback, Marino has came up over the last couple years with some of the wildest dirty Dutch music your iTunes will ever posses. Yep, yes and absolutely. One more for good measure.
Marino’s latest invention flaunts his production mastery. Using Diplo’s classic ‘Pon De Floor,’ he recreates the legendary drop of Afrojack’s ‘Take Over Control.’
If you are into those ridiculous overly suggested ‘get drunk,’ ‘party your ass off’ Lil Jon songs then this is a match made in heaven. Something that would be heard in your local college saloon, the most dutch inspired version goes to Sidney Samson. Along with Lil Jon shouting, ‘DRINK! DRINK! DRINK!’ the drop goes hard with all of those lovable dutchey bleeps and bloops. Give it a listen while you pop open the jose cuervo and bud lights.