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Paniek - Spark It Up

Revealed Recordings on March 10, 2014 08:30

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    When Miami comes calling, you can be sure that Hardwell and his Revealed Recordings imprint have a few tricks up their sleeves. Sure enough, the label celebrates its ever-expanding talent pool this month with six tracks from the artists taking things forward in 2014, priming the road to Miami with an essential soundtrack of new material. Dynamic Brazilian newcomers Ftampa and Bruno Barudi bring their signature electro stylings with “Falcon,” leaving national peer Paniek to lead with his melodic progressive aptitude for “Spark It Up.” It’s Blackwhited & Tybo’s “Avalanche” that give the EP its first aptly titled festival banger, with Flatdisk following suit with his own epically tailored big room cut “Atlantis.” Karim Mika balances both sides of the genre coin with “Oh Shit,” leaving Naffz & Nick Mathon to take MAKJ and Hardwell’s “Coutndown” on an immaculate journey into the sound of modern trap music. As dynamic and diverse the industry has come to expect from the unstoppable imprint, Revealed Recordings is taking no prisoners with its fleet of new talent enroute to the summer clubbing season.

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    Released by: Revealed Recordings
    Release/catalogue number: REVR096
    Release date: Mar 14, 2014


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