It's a tradition that all followers of Coldharbour Recordings look forward to, as Markus Schulz presents the latest instalment of his Coldharbour Selections series - three tracks from three different artists, and all which have made an impact on his Global DJ Broadcast radio show and beyond.
First up is the beautiful Life Before the Earthquake by German Mario Hammer. Featuring the vocals of Asheni, the original breakbeat version quickly became one of the championed Coldharbour tracks of 2011. And following the release of his debut album, including the impressive Fallen Angel, fellow countryman Dennis Sheperd takes the mantle and provides a more traditional 4/4 trance take.
This remix is out exclusively on Beatport November 7th and on all other portals November 21st!
Fresh off the previewing of Spaceman and the release of Cobra, the head honcho of Revealed Recordings, Hardwell, debuts a new release concept of his beloved record label with a purpose to let more aspiring DJ’s and producers showcase their talent by bringing up-and-comers together to feature their hottest solo record’s in an EP release. The first volume of Talent Revealed sees its emittance on November 7th and embodies three well-produced singles from two talented Hollander’s and one Italian.
Influenced by the mighty production dynamics of Daft Punk, the Amsterdam-raised 19 year old Jordy von Egmond, better known as Dyro, presents us a harder alteration of the legendary pair’s momentous signature sound named Daftastic. Firmly driven by infectious bass lines and kicking beats, Daftastic attains pole position in this three-track EP now set for release on Revealed.
Brought in from Italy is 19 year old AKR for the uncovering of Alpha 15 – a tune made up by anthemic trance chords and solid, hard-hitting kicks much alike the 2011 trademarks from Hardwell. And last but not least, 17 year old Loek van der Grinten, better known as Luke-R, whom is mainly known for taking part of the rendering of Azuli Records’ release alongside Roul and Doors offers a taste of his latest making, entitled Bermuda. Flipping from a euphoric break-down and powerfully high-pitched synth lines into a bumpy and heart-wrenching drop, Bermuda encloses this first EP of three slickly and raises the anticipation for further endeavors on behalf of Hardwell to prosperously bring up new talents.
It’s due out November 8th along with remixes from Kaskade and 501, have a listen!