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Kraftwerk plan career-spanning concert series in Düsseldorf
• Armin van Buuren planning “very different” album for May 2013
Hardwell to tour North and South America
• Clear Channel Media and Entertainment announces new EDM station “Evolution” on iHeartRadio
Pacha Sydney Announces Launch Party Lineup

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Over the past couple weeks we have been re-living the best moments of Electric Zoo (and there are many) but some of my favorite moments were hanging out with a couple of the acts and hearing from them firsthand what they’re up to and what we can expect over the next few months. One of the first interviews I did was with Hardwell. Check out what he had to say about Tiesto, a controversial bootleg package, Sensation and more below.

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Who better to collaborate than two of the leading progressive house producers in 2011, Hardwell & Nicky Romero. I had the pleasure of seeing Hardwell spin immediately following an epic Dada Life set at CONTROL back in June, but I have yet to see Nicky Romero. As I can tell from the preview, the world-class power duo’s new track, “Beta,” grows from a groovy and melodic beginning into a big room monster with an extra electro grind to facilitate your dirty dancing. Mark your calendars, it’s out on September 26th via Spinnin’ Records.

Hardwell & Nicky Romero – Beta [Exclusive Preview] by nickyromero

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Hello GDD™ Nation! I hope you all had a killer weekend, and if you made it out to Beyond Wonderland in San Bernardino like a few of us did last night then I know you had a great one. Anyway, after listening to Hardwell‘s past couple of On Air mixes from the past two weeks, I felt the urge to share these BIG hour long sets with all of you. Each contains a plethora of big room, ‘hands-up’ house tracks, including some worldwide exclusives and new tracks from the likes of Avicii, Sebastien Drums, Funkagenda, Swanky Tunes, and more. Grab the latest one below and get March 10th’s mix with tracklist as well as a teaser for Hardwell’s unreleased track, Encoded, after the jump. Keep an eye out for more On Air mixes in the future right here on GDD™.

Hardwell – On Air 003-SAT-03-17-2011

Tracklisting (with cue points!):
[00:00] 01. Hardwell On Air – Intro (00:22)
[00:21] 02. Avicii & Sebastien Drums – Snus (06:00)
[06:21] 03. Mark Knight – Yalta Groove (03:45)
[10:06] 04. Jay Ronko & Josh Newson – Holy Grounds (06:00)
[16:06] 05. Ianick & Alex Minerva – Illiad [Hardwell Exclusive] (04:54)
[21:01] 06. Sebjak – Your Body (05:45)
[26:46] 07. ATFC – Tropicana (05:30)
[32:16] 08. Ronn Sono & Thice Santoro – Momentum (05:59)
[38:15] 09. Timothy Allan – Angry Birds Remix [Demo Of The Week] (05:16)
[43:31] 10. Gareth Emery feat. Jerome Isma-Ae – Stars (Hardwell Remix) (05:45)
[49:16] 11. Black Raw – Eargasm (Daddy’s Groove Re-Edit) (04:06)
[53:22] 12. Henrik B feat. Christian Alvestam – Now & Forever (04:52)

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22 year old Dutch DJ and producer, Hardwell, has made quite a name for himself this year, collaborating with international star DJ Chuckie on ‘Move It To The Drum,’ as well as banging out some big original club tracks like ‘Molotov’, ‘Asteroid’, and ‘Voyage’. His international success bred by support from Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Judge Jules, and more has led this young musician to quickly establish his own label, Revealed Recordings, so I’d expect to see many more releases from Hardwell in 2011. Last weekend, the youngster was asked to produce a guest mix on Armin Van Buuren‘s ‘A State of Sundays’ show on Sirius Satellite Radio, and he was kind enough to let all of us have a listen. Hands up!

Tracklisting:

1. Dani-L Mebius & Walter Fierce – N.A.S.A. (Original Mix) [Revealed Recordings] 


2. David Gausa, David Tort & Thomas Gold vs Dirty South & Axwell – Open Your Areena (Hardwell Mash-Up) [Phazing] 

3. JoeySuki & Firebeatz vs Max C – Hidden Sound (Original Mix) [NEWS] 

4. Hardwell & Chuckie ft. Ambush – Move It 2 The Drum (Promise Land Remix) [Dirty Dutch Records] 

5. Hardwell, JoeySuki vs Stephan Luke – Dig.It.All vs Pressure (Gregori Kolsman Mash-Up) [Revealed Recordings] 

6. Rihanna – Only Girl (In The World) (Hardwell & Funkadelic Mash-Up) [White] 

7. Mark Ronson ft. Boy George – Somebody To Love Me (Congorock Remix) [Sony BMG] 

8. Swanky Tunez – Across The Light (Original Mix) [MixMash]
10. Alex Armes, Prok & Fitch – After The World (Extended Big Room Mix)) [Foorplay Music] 

12. Dada Life – Unleash The F*cking Dada (Original Mix) [Musical Freedom]
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These days you find a lot of websites posting articles about how the electronic scene is dying, then weeks later about how the electronic scene is thriving, then artists step in and assert their opinions (bias much?), and it stirs up a lot of passion from the bro’s and broette’s who love to get down to some gnar EDM and get all wiggly worm at a festival and sweat on by strangers (now bff’s) to a crazy LED light show that should induce epileptic seizures as any chance of hearing by the age of 65 slowly fades away..and man was that fun for a little bit!! As technological innovations for DJ’s become stagnant, though, the limits for what a live show has to offer has ultimately reached its peak. The stages can get bigger and more money spent towards production, but as I stand 300,000 people deep staring at a stage three football fields wide as Hardwell and Avicii take shelter in a massive owl, I start to have a hard time…getting off. Continue Reading