Videos | Experience the Magic of Hardwell’s “World’s Biggest Guest List” Charity Concert With the Official Aftermovie

Posted by on February 11, 2016

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Last December, Hardwell set off to make history, and join the ranks of world record holders, in the most charitable way by hosting 100,000 fans on his personal guest list. While over 125,000 people pre-registered for the opportunity, over 70,000 fans joined Hardwell at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Mumbai. For the concert, Hardwell and his United We Are Foundation teamed up with the children advocacy group, Magic Bus, with the goal of providing education for 3,000 underprivileged children in India – a goal that they shattered. The “World’s Biggest Guest List” concert was able to generate enough money to help 18,000 kids – six-times their original goal – as Hardwell became the first artist to use his voice to make a difference in the world. The official aftermovie follows Hardwell, as he explains how he was inspired to come to Mumbai for this charity concert, and reproduces the magic that took place in Mumbai on December 13th. Check it out above.

Electro | Hardwell and Afrojack Go “Hollywood” On Their First Festival Anthem of the Year

Posted by on January 26, 2016

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It’s not often that we see two of dance music’s biggest stars in Hardwell and Afrojack team up for a track, but we’ve had our fingers crossed for this one for a while. This track initially surfaced following The Flying Dutchman festival in The Netherlands, and has been slowly making the rounds in the festival circuit last year, but we’ve officially got the name – “Hollywood” – and the release. “Hollywood” isn’t made for easy listening at home, as the high-energy collaboration features screeching synths and booming horns that are perfect for the main stage. Check it out above, and get your own copy below.

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Electro-House | Hardwell on Air Celebrated a Major Milestone with a 2-Hour Live Performance + More

Posted by on January 16, 2016

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Last night, Hardwell celebrated, yet another, major career milestone, as his iconic “Hardwell on Air” radio show commemorated its 250th edition with a special two-hour live performance from the Revealed Recording boss himself, in addition to the hour-long radio show hand-curated by Hardwell. “Hardwell on Air” has not only served as a platform for the Dutch star to premiere his own music to his fans, but it has also been a launching pad for the careers of a number of future Revealed Recording stars, like Julian Calor and Thomas Newson. The special two-hour live broadcast of “Hardwell on Air 250” featured Hardwell alongside a host of special guests, and premiered a number of unreleased IDs, so check out the first hour of the radio show above.


Progressive House | Hardwell Releases “Blackout” As Birthday Gift

Posted by on January 12, 2016

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On birthdays, people usually enjoy receiving gifts, and Hardwell probably received many, but he also took his birthday last week as an opportunity to give back. “Blackout” was his gift to his fans for the continued support over the years. Although Hardwell has been at the top and stayed there, he’s been making an effort to remain humble and use his influence for good, much like how he did when he broke the record for the world’s biggest guest list with a show in Mumbai, while also raising enough money for educating 18,000 under privileged children. Have a listen to “Blackout” above!

News | Hardwell’s “World’s Biggest Guest List” Charity Concert Was A Massive Success

Posted by on December 17, 2015


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Even with an extensive resume filled with chart-topping tracks, renowned awards, international touring schedules, a successful record label, and collaborative work with a laundry list of dance music’s finest, Dutch dance icon, Hardwell, continues to surprise us. On December 13, he threw a massive party for the books – the record books, that is. With 70,000 fans on his personal guest list, the Mumbai event went down in history as “World’s Biggest Guest List,” proving that music has the innate ability to unite people. In addition to the tens of thousands of fans who attended the event, an additional 10 million people tuned in for the livestream from nearly 80 countries. For fans who were stuck across the Pacific Ocean for the event, Hardwell is bringing his famed Revealed bus tour back to North America for a 2016 tour, kicking off at the end of February. With labelmates, Kill the Buzz and Thomas Newson, he’ll take on 11 US and Canadian cities for the biggest edition of the brand’s bus tour to date. See the full list of tour dates below and get tickets here.


Progressive House | Hardwell Gives His Debut Album A Makeover With Fantastic Remixes

Posted by on December 4, 2015


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Hardwell kicked off 2015 with his debut album, United We Are, and is now closing out the year with the release of the remix album. The album brings together some of dance music’s biggest names balanced with Hardwell’s hand-picked rising stars to deliver a phenomenal follow-up album. Chocolate Puma flips the album-opener, “Eclipse,” into a percussive masterpiece, filled with their trademark grit and energetic beats. Armin van Buuren brings the title track to new heights with his remix, infusing his signature, uplifting sound. Future-house newcomers, Pep & Rash, flip “Nothing Can Hold Us Down” into a bass heavy track with funky synths to match. Featuring more re-imagined tracks from Bingo Players, W&W, Vicetone, DallasK, Frontliner, KURA, and many more, the record makes us hear each memorable track in a new light. Buy or stream the United We Are Remix album here.

Electro-House | Hardwell Delivers Stunning Remix of “Gerudo Valley” from Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Posted by on December 2, 2015

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Video games and dance music have always gone hand-in-hand. Games like Minecraft are frequented by the likes of deadmau5, and Minecraft’s founder, Notch, is known for throwing parties featuring the likes of Skrillex and Zedd, who are both outspoken fans of the PC game. With The 2015 Game Awards touching down in Los Angeles at the start of December, a number of stand-out dance music artists have been commissioned for remixes of songs from classic games, like Hardwell, who has unveiled his remix of Gerudo Valley from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Giving the remix his signature touch, Hardwell turns “Gerudo Valley” into a main stage banger that will surely dominate next year’s festival season around the world.