Hardwell Releases 2017 Edit Of “Spaceman” For Free For 48 Hours

Hardwell just made our 2017 a little more bearable with this unexpected edit of “Spaceman,” featuring new vocals from Bright Lights!

Hardwell was playing HOA302 today and dropped this during the set, and further surprised fans by offering it up as a free download for 48 hours only, beginning today 2/3. With the new vocals from Bright Lights, even this classic feels re-energized and ready for the new year.

Listen below:

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Source: Hardwell Releases 2017 Edit Of “Spaceman” For Free For 48 Hours

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Hardwell’s Smash Hit “Spaceman” Turns 5 Years Old Today

Time flies, especially when it comes to music. Electronic music in particular is a genre that runs as fast as a cheetah, with trends that change seemingly overnight. Five years ago, EDM went mainstream and festivals like Ultra Music Festival and Electric Daisy Carnival became popular among die-hard EDM fans and new listeners alike. For many people, artists like Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5Tiësto and others were introductions to a whole new world of music.

Five years ago to the day, Hardwell released the smash hit that would help make him a star: “Spaceman.” Despite its age, every EDM fan on the planet can likely hum the recognizable tune from memory. “Spaceman” aided Hardwell in his catapult from rising producer to world-famous artist. Released right before one of his many-revered Ultra sets in 2012, “Spaceman” carries a massive amount of influence. It combined progressive builds with a bigroom backdrop, and a remix from Carnage paved the way for trap music as a whole. Since releasing “Spaceman,” Hardwell has scored #1 DJ on the DJ Mag poll twice, headlined every festival from Tomorrowland to Ultra, started the Revealed Recordings record label, produced a full-length album and much more. And while Hardwell’s dedication is the root of his success, “Spaceman” opened many doors for his career.

Revisit “Spaceman” below:

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Source: Hardwell’s Smash Hit “Spaceman” Turns 5 Years Old Today

Hardwell On Air 300 Goes Live With Tons Of Special Guests

Hardwell On Air is one of the longest running EDM podcasts, let alone being one of the most popular. Run by the head of Revealed Recordings himself, two-time #1 DJ in the world, Hardwell, the show has experienced a storied history over the past few years.

As it celebrated its 300th episode recently, the podcast was streamed LIVE to all of their fans, with tons of special guests stopping by to enjoy the festivities. For the event, he was joined by Suyano, Kill The Buzz, Jay Hardway, Wiwek, Blasterjaxx, and Don Diablo as a special guest.

‘For me this radio show has been a journey rather than a destination. I always wanted to use the show to share music with people all around the world and also use the show to showcase artists I believe in and give them a chance to reach new fans. So to have reached an historic 300 episodes with the show and have millions of fans from all around the world support ‘Hardwell On Air’, helping to create this incredible journey, is something that means so much to me. I’m looking forward to celebrating this special occasion with all the HOA fans out there!’ – Hardwell

Check out the two hour show below!

 

H/T We Rave You

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Source: Hardwell On Air 300 Goes Live With Tons Of Special Guests

Hardwell On Air 300 Goes Live With Tons Of Special Guests

Hardwell On Air is one of the longest running EDM podcasts, let alone being one of the most popular. Run by the head of Revealed Recordings himself, two-time #1 DJ in the world, Hardwell, the show has experienced a storied history over the past few years.

As it celebrated its 300th episode recently, the podcast was streamed LIVE to all of their fans, with tons of special guests stopping by to enjoy the festivities. For the event, he was joined by Suyano, Kill The Buzz, Jay Hardway, Wiwek, Blasterjaxx, and Don Diablo as a special guest.

‘For me this radio show has been a journey rather than a destination. I always wanted to use the show to share music with people all around the world and also use the show to showcase artists I believe in and give them a chance to reach new fans. So to have reached an historic 300 episodes with the show and have millions of fans from all around the world support ‘Hardwell On Air’, helping to create this incredible journey, is something that means so much to me. I’m looking forward to celebrating this special occasion with all the HOA fans out there!’ – Hardwell

Check out the two hour show below!

 

H/T We Rave You

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Source: Hardwell On Air 300 Goes Live With Tons Of Special Guests

1001 Tracklists Presents The Top Artists Of 2016

As one of the world’s leading sites for tracklist identification, 1001 Tracklists has accumulated wealth of data regarding what’s popular.

The site has already revealed the top five most-played tracks for the year, but now they’ve compiled a list of 2016’s top 100 artists. Their data-based method of ranking is heaps more legitimate than DJ Mag, and makes complete sense after taking a glance. Here are 1001 Tracklist’s Top 10 Artists of 2016, along with the most-played songs they were a part of.

“We’re happy to present a new form of rankings – rankings based purely from our data that represent the artists that had the most cumulative unique DJ support on their tracks in 2016. While these rankings should not be taken as a ‘be all and end all’ list for the best producers in the world, they do offer a look at the artists who produced many successful tracks in 2016 in terms of instilling interest in other DJs to want to play these tracks. We hope you enjoy the rankings, and the full Top 100 can be found here!”

1. Skrillex

2. Axwell

3. Hardwell

4. Diplo

5. Tiësto

6. Kryder

7. Don Diablo

8. Oliver Heldens

9. Sebastian Ingrosso

10. Eric Prydz

 

Photo: Rukes

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Source: 1001 Tracklists Presents The Top Artists Of 2016

A Pair Of Asian DJs Dropped Hardwell’s “Hardwell On Air” In Their Set

Pre-recorded sets aren’t exactly unheard of in dance music (as much as they are looked down upon), but even then, it’s a whole other sin entirely to play someone else’s mix in your set.

Such was the setting at South Korea’s Octagon club, voted the #5 club in the world and #1 club in Asia in 2016, when G-Park and Charles took the stage. Imagine hundreds of fans at your beck and call, waiting for the drop to come, when suddenly… you hear Hardwell’s voice? It turns out, the duo was playing a ripped copy of “Hardwell On Air” and Hardwell came on to promote a new Revealed track that would be released this year titled “Grande Opera” by Jewelz & Sparks. When the two realized what was going on, they filtered out and Charles hopped on stage with the mic to attempt to cover up their blunder.

Unfortunately, it was all caught on camera.

The blunder was big enough that it even caught the attention of Hardwell himself, who commented on the video.

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Source: A Pair Of Asian DJs Dropped Hardwell’s “Hardwell On Air” In Their Set

Hardwell Brandishes A New Sound For A New Year With “Party Till The Daylight”

Hardwell is known for his big room undertakings, and apart from collaborations, his style has remained relatively predictable; not the case for his first single of 2017. Titled “Party Till The Daylight,” Hardwell has taken the iconic grit employed by Dyro and wrapped it neatly into the structure of a mainstage crusher.

The track lines up with Hardwell’s own birthday, and samples Global Deejays & Chris Willis’ “Party 2 Daylight” and noticeably borrows from GTA and Valentino Khan’s “Break Your Neck,” but that doesn’t keep the new single from spurring some unbridled fun.

 

Photo: Rukes

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Source: Hardwell Brandishes A New Sound For A New Year With “Party Till The Daylight”

Hardwell & SHM’s Music Makes It Into London’s NYE Celebration

As far as yearly celebrations go, there are few that measure up to the global intensity that is offered by New Year’s Eve. Whereas Fourth of July is decidedly American, and holidays like Diwali are decidedly Indian, New Year’s Eve is celebrated by the world over. And so it offers a unique time for every person – no matter their creed, nationality, color, race, sex, what have you – to join together and celebrate.

Major cities like New York City and London obviously have the biggest celebrations, but London definitely went all out this year. With a 12-minute firework display soundtracked by tons of great music, including Sigala, TNGHT, Fatboy Slim, General Levy, Chromeo & Dillon Francis, Hardwell, and Swedish House Mafia, this is definitely a fireworks display worthy of the biggest festivals like EDC or Tomorrowland.

Check out the full video of the display below:

 

H/T EDM Tunes

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Source: Hardwell & SHM’s Music Makes It Into London’s NYE Celebration

iHeartRadio Will Host 21 Exclusive Mixes For New Year’s Eve

EDM has seen more radio airplay in 2016 than ever before, with tracks from Martin Garrix, DJ Snake, The Chainsmokers and more dominating gym playlists and car rides all year long.

Perhaps not in celebration of, but certainly in recognition of this fact, iHeartRadio will be streaming 21 exclusive mixes for 20 hours straight, starting  10 a.m., December 30, 2016 and ending 6 a.m. on New Year’s day. The mix artists include Steve Aoki, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Dillon Francis, Krewella, Major Lazer, The Chainsmokers, Galantis, Bingo Players & more.

Listeners can tune in on the iHeartRadio app or desktop via https://www.iheart.com/live/Evolution-5953/.

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