Revealed Recordings presents Amsterdam Dance Event 2014)
Marc Benjamin – The Center
Out October 10 on Revealed Recordings!
From hosting arenas at festivals across the planet including Creamfields to its annual showcase at Amsterdam Dance Event, along with the imprint’s consistent chart toppling output, label head Hardwell now present Revealed’s official ADE sampler selection.
Across eighteen tracks presenting the finest Revealed has to offer, from familiar names such as Hardwell himself, over to Dannic, Joey Dale and Sick Individuals, highlights of the release celebrate the label musical dominance of the Revealed sound. Take Marc Benjamin’s colossal track ‘The Centre’, it’s transcending melody carrying the backbone of the beat, before the huge drop comes in and sweeps you away with gigantic force. First premiering on Hardwell On Air radio show earlier this month, ‘The Centre’ has had fans waiting with baited breath not only for further news on Marc’s next release, but also what the next treat to be dripped out from the sampler will be…
After Skitzofrenix’s insanely energetic ‘Clap’ on Revealed back in May, he now returns for yet another sensational collaboration with Jeff Doubleu for ‘Tear It Off’. Marrying together the ultimate in big-room staples for an unavoidably infectious, dance-floor filler, ‘Tear It Off’ is set to elevate the pair to dizzying heights on an individual basis also, each producer’s own touch shining throughout the collaborative end product.
Surely there can’t be many more exclusive reveals being kept under the Revealed belt? Well, after releasing the Hardwell edit out into the wild earlier this year, the original mix of Deorro & J-Trick’s ‘Rambo’ has now finally arrived. An irresistible slice of electro-house that remains synonymous with the party-pushing sound of not only both artists, but also the Revealed ethos as a platform for new music, the sampler highlights Revealed’s most notable anthems from the past twelve months, making them the perfect ammunition to blow away attendees at ADE.
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