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Dyro is louder then ever right now and returns to Revealed Recordings for his second major release of the year. ‘Raid’ is a collaboration with fellow Dutchman Rene Kuppens and reached the number four spot on the Miami Buzz Chart. The tracks light synths formulate a pulsating beat that lead into a massive drop. Followed by a deep bassline and low end wobbles. This track will do wonders to a festival crowd!

Heavy Electro House Beat.

Hardwell’s new track ‘Kontiki’ has been lingering in set lists since the fall and made its Beatport premier  on Monday. The original is not all that, however the remix by Dutch peer Dyro is a track you don’t want to ignore. Already reaching the tenth spot on Beatport’s Electro House chart, Dyro’s remix starts with the same chord progression and then the track flips, when the dominating Electro build and drop takeover. Dyro’s remix explodes with energy. Hits harder, and deeper and has replaced the original in Hardwell’s sets since Ultra. Remixes like this one, make it apparent that there is a new wave of Dutch talent still waiting to explode upon the industry.

Hardwell drops the Dyro remix at Ultra.

The Netherlands native, Jacob van Hage teams up with rising Dutch star Dyro for their first release on Dimtri Vegas & Like Mikes label Smash The House. Collectively the rising stars have seen releases on Revealed Recordings, Doorn Records and Spinnin’ Records and they’re no where close to being finished. Van Hage has recieved huge support from SVD and Hardwell opened his main stage Ultra performance with Dyro’s unreleased track ‘Raid’. Dyro has favored elements of Daft Punk in the past and through out  ‘EMP’, ‘Derrezzed’ is what comes to mind. However credit Jacob Van Hage for the massive drop around 2:30 and it’s van Hage’s key components that make this track an Anthem!

“Anytime is House time. Turn out the lights” – JVH

Jacob Van Hage has clearly identified his own sound as well as mastered the mashup game. Several of van Hage’s tunes were featured in sets throughout Ultra, but one mashup in-particular gained support from Sander Van Doorn and Tiesto. The mixture of ‘No More Serious Faces’ and ‘Eagles’ was fused too perfection and could easily pass as an original.