Blasterjaxx Release Vocal Mix To Their Hit “Mystica”


The big room electro house sound has become the staple of the Blasterjaxx since their emergence into the world of electronic dance music this past year. With support from the likes of HardwellTiesto, and many others, the sky is the limit for the #71 ranked DJs in the world.

The Blasterjaxx’s hit single “Mystica” has been tearing up the charts since its release at the beginning of the New Year. Well with track having such success, the dutch duo have released a vocal mix which has been titled “Mystica (Werewolf)”. The vocals which are a nice add on definitely enhance the track and add new dimension onto an already flawless hit.

The track was released yesterday on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings and can purchased exclusively on Beatport. Definitely check this track out below and let us know what you think! Do you like the original or the vocal mix better?

-Enjoy, Lampert

Sick Individuals Set To Invade Slake NYC On Friday


That dutch duo that is known as Sick Individuals has had what some can describe as a breakout 2013. With hits like “I Am” which they did with the legendary Axwell and “Blueprint” which they collaborated with fellow up and comer Dannic, the duo knows what it takes to succeed in the electronic dance music world.

Being hailed as the new wave of dutch talent, their growing popularity makes them a hot commodity worldwide. Already having a fully booked lineup for 2014, the duo is set to embark on their North American Tour starting tomorrow in Quebec, Canada. Their 9 gig tour takes them to all the major markets in North America making stops in Los Angeles, Miami, Washington D.C., and Boston.

But for us New Yorkers the most important stop comes Friday, February 7th, when the duo makes their return to the greatest city in the world. With their most recent performance this past December for the I AM HARDWELL TOUR, the duo is set to headline their own show at Slake NYC. With their unique style and massive sets, guests are in for a treat as the Sick Individuals look turn Slake upside down.

For those still looking to get tickets last minute the link can be found below and trust us, you definitely want to be there. United By Dance will be in attendance, will you?

Sick Individuals Ticket Link

See You There, Lampert

Landis “Dive”s Into This Latest Remix Out On Armada


Ryan Landis is as diverse as you can get when it comes to producers now-a-days.  Coming fresh off of a remix with Robby Rivera of “Young Folks”, this American has a lot of potential.  We love our home-bred producers here in the United States and take pride in them; Landis is one of the up comers with a lot of hope.  He’s gained support from his huge collab with Corporate Slackers, “Smash” by Laidback Luke, MAKJ, Hardwell, etc.

“Dive” is an original track by Hot Mouth vs Nezzo feat Hope on the vocal aspect.  Landis gives the track a bouncy feel by sticking to some of the original’s synths and chords.  The electro synths are short and quick; so it fills the air with tons of energy. It will explode any atmosphere like a bottled up rocket.  Bump this loudly and enjoy the bouncy electro-ness.  Check out the other remix as well; it’s a crazy hard electro banger.  They’re both out on Armada Music, available on Beatport so grab a copy today.

Enjoy, Russ

Tiësto And Up And Comer Twoloud Throw Their Own Spin On Hardwell’s “Dare You”


Several weeks ago at the end of 2013, Hardwell decided to debut his newest track via the music app Shazam. What started out as just another preview turned out to be Hardwell’s next big hit.

“Dare You” combines the flawless production abilities of Hardwell and the mega vocals of EDM singer Matthew Koma. The combination of these two individuals makes this into one progressive top 20 master piece.

Well with the new year in full swing, Hardwell’s record label, Revealed Recordings, decided to call upon the legendary Tiësto and up and comer Twoloud to do the first remix of this track.

Tiësto and Twoloud take this original progressive track and throw a bit of a harder spin on it giving it more a club feel. This track is definitely worth checking out below and like always let us know what you think!

-Enjoy, Lampert

Hardwell To Release “Back To Earth” By British Trio Futuristic Polar Bears


Who are the Futuristic Polar Bears you might ask? Hailing from Britain, they are Hardwell’s latest find.  They are a British trio with tons of potential.  Their soundcloud is definitely worth checking out.  They have some hidden gems in their arsenal.

First premiered during Hardwell’s Tomorrowworld 2013 set in Atlanta, Georgia, tons of fans thought “Back To Earth” was a new Blasterjaxx track, or maybe their collaboration with Bassjackers (both duo’s have teased fans on social media networks about a collaboration underway).  Hardwell debuted this as a recognized track in his “Hardwell On Air” Episode 151.

The breakdown is in a spine-chilling synth, leading to a melodic bridge.  It fades away into a crazy build-up, and drops into a massive big-room electro festival killer.  The bass sounds similar to Blasterjaxx’s signature bass, as seen in another one of their track’s, “Fifteen”, out on Revealed Records.  This was another reason why loads of people thought it was a new Blasterjaxx track.  It’s a major big-room electro banger and this trio needs more recognition.  The track will be released on Revealed Records on February 3rd.  Let us know what you think!

Enjoy, Russ

Anticipated “I AM HARDWELL” Opening Track “Everybody In The Place” (Working Title) [Preview]


First debuted in Amsterdam’s I AM HARDWELL event, Hardwell introduced to the world his next big electro/dutch single.  The track is similar in style to his original with W&W.  The intro is in a beautiful synth and has a unique catchy build-up.  It’ll have you mouthing to the beat.  The drop is bass-pounding with a mix of dutch-electro synths.

The track has yet to be officially previewed, but it’s officially a Hardwell track. It’ll be released on Hardwell’s label Revealed, but no date is confirmed..  The number one DJ in the world is known to play songs months, even years before they release.  He likes to get a feel of the crowd’s reaction in clubs and festivals, tweaking the track between it’s actual first play (the trial stage) and the final release.  This one

Hardwell has an overload of unreleased, brand new music coming out this year.  Fans are anticipating what has yet to come in 2014.  With several ID’s from 2013’s festivals still yet to be revealed or released, everyone is waiting on his next move.  Check out this live rip now and get ready for some new tunes in the upcoming months!

Enjoy, Russ