Revealed Recordings adopts hardstyle with ‘The Hardstyle Remixes’ EP
Hardstyle is in the midst of a global surge in popularity that has not only been adopted by electronic music’s biggest names, but the genre’s largest event companies as well. Artists like Headhunterz have experienced crossover success, while Q-dance has upped the ante with shows in the United States and colossal production at festivals.
Unrelenting on its ascension into the dance music spotlight, hardstyle has added another notch on its belt with a full EP on Hardwell‘s Revealed Recordings. Stockpiled with four remixes of previous collaborations on the label, some of hardstyle’s most reputable talents are on full display. Audiotricz, Wasted Penguinz, Substance One & Hard Driver and the familiar Jay Cosmic all make their debut on Hardwell’s unstoppable label, and the EP is yet another powerful release for Revealed Recordings, despite the brief shift in genre.
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