Ryos reunites with Revealed Recordings to unveil his comeback single, ‘Identity’

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“Quality over quantity” is a mantra that more artists should take note of in 2019, and festival house wunderkind Ryos is proving that method to be more than effective. The New York native is officially ending his brief radio silence that began last February and bracing the dance music world for the impending dawn of festival season with his new masterpiece, “Identity.”

Making his glorious return to Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings for the first time in more than two years, Ryos enlists the vocal prowess of renowned lyricist Elle Vee to demonstrate that the festival house genre has undoubtedly matured since the early 2010s. Heartwarming lyrics infused with an infectious synth-fueled melody and guitar acoustics add “Identity” immediately to Ryos’ extensive catalog of blue-chip productions. Having already received attention over the years from names such as Tiësto and The Chainsmokers, the budding producer is not wasting any time in the New Year to secure his placement among names to watch in 2019.

 

 

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Years later, Hardwell has finally released the follow up song to hit ‘Apollo’ with ‘Being Alive’ featuring JGUAR

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Years later, Hardwell has finally released the follow up song to hit ‘Apollo’ with ‘Being Alive’ featuring JGUARHardwell Performing

It’s already been two months since Hardwell stopped touring, but fortunately this decision has left him with more time to work on and release new music. The latest addition to his extensive catalog is “Being Alive,” a long-awaited track featuring JGUAR that was originally debuted at Tomorrowland this past summer. “Being Alive” follows the Dutch producer’s early December collaboration with Conor Maynard titled, “How You Love Me.”

In typical Hardwell fashion, JGUAR’s vocals frame the introduction of the song and build into an energetic progressive drop. Should the track remind fans of one of Hardwell’s earliest releases, “Apollo,” it is because this is the official follow up song of the release according to the producer’s Twitter. “Being Alive” is out now on Hardwell’s very own Revealed Recordings.

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Hardwell – Kicking It Hard

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Those who know Hardwell already know he’s well capable of “Kicking It Hard;” however, his latest and fittingly-titled track really cements this fact. The three-minute stomper kicks into high gear with high-pitched big room synths and monstrous kicks, opening into a drop meant for maximum chaos. Housed  Hardwell’s own Revealed Recordings, we have a feeling quite a few of his colleagues will pick it up to add a bit of rowdiness into their fall season sets.

“Kicking It Hard” might conjure some bittersweet feelings among fans, however. The producer announced his retirement from DJing over summer, with his last performance set to be live streamed from ADE. Hearing tracks like this live will certainly be missed, but his legacy will remain.

 

 

Hardwell releases first original track since announcing his departure from touring

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Hardwell has been gracing the music headlines lately after announcing that he is stepping away from touring indefinitely. In a Sept. 7 Facebook post, the artist stated that he’s neglected to work on the person behind his Hardwell moniker and will be taking some time to do so with family and friends. Despite stepping away from an insane touring schedule, his music production hasn’t slowed.

The producer has just released a brand new original track with Suyano less than two weeks after the announcement. The high-energy release is another main stage anthem that would have been the perfect addition to his live performances, but fans will have to wait to hear it come from Hardwell himself. With stuttered vocals and a pounding bass kick, these two producers have created a reggae-infused big room heater. Its laid-back Caribbean-inspired verses contrast greatly from its powerful drop and chorus, making it accessible for fans of a variety of genres.

The track is out on the producer’s own Revealed Recordings, and an accompanying music video is out here.

Hardwell delivers a lesson in big room romantics with ‘This Is Love’

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This new music Friday, Hardwell is here to show the world a thing or two about everyone’s favorite — or least favorite — four-letter word. “This Is Love” is now out via his own Revealed Recordings, and it’s ready to endear the masses.

In crafting “This Is Love,” Hardwell had a little help from his friends: Swedish producer and repeat Revealed talent, Kaaze, and Ne-Yo-championed, Island/Def Jam songstress and contestant on The Voice, Loren Allridge. Allridge’s cascading vocals entrench the track in romantic yearning; that is, until the momentous production and ever-rising rhythms flood the listener’s ears entirely as the song relents into a thrusting avalanche of the melodic big room. These are the sounds he has carefully perfected over the years, creating a surefire piece of entertainment to hold until his next big single.

Revealed Recordings tap breakouts on ‘Hardwell and Friends Vol. 1’

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Hardwell is one of the few EDM superstars whose brand eclipses the genre he operates in. After years of hard work and shrewd marketing, the Dutch sensation has reached a point where every single musical endeavor of his will inevitably be praised by his devoted fan base.

This massive popularity had led to some creative complacency with his initial releases of 2017, but the producer has reined it in with the release of “Make The World Ours,” last month.

His latest work, Hardwell and Friends Vol. 1, might initially strike listeners as a halfhearted marketing ploy, but it would be better to look upon the album as a showcase of the talent and musical diversity Revealed Recordings has to offer, which include names like Kura, Kaaze, Atmosfearz and Maddix.

Hardwell’s name on each song simply gives the artists the reach and exposure that would they would struggle to attain alone. It’s beyond endearing to see Hardwell dedicate his brand name to promoting breakout producers operating in an increasingly oversaturated genre.

 

 

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