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Full Access & Disco Donnie Presents
Kill the Buzz, Juyen Sebulba, Lady Parts, Hunter Vaughn
Sat, August 1, 2015
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pmThe Bomb Factory
This event is 18 and overhttps://www.thebombfactory.com/event/879215/
Like his great mentor Tiësto, Hardwell proudly hails from Breda, a city tucked deep within the Netherlands. At the young age of 13, Hardwell's talents were so advanced that he was able capture the ears of a major Dutch label. Shortly after signing, Hardwell was spinning at all the major clubs across the Netherlands. Hardwell's international breakthrough came with his "Show Me Love vs. Be" bootleg, which became one of the popular and played dance hits of 2009. From this point on, a star was born.
Through his refreshing sound that is characterized by complex drum ensembles, daring synths, and emotive chords, Hardwell has created the ultimate recipe for "Big Room House." His productions are received with such great praise and acclaim, it seems his shelf life is endless. As his reputation grows amongst the world's partygoers, so does his status. He was recently voted #6 in the 2012 edition of the DJ Mag Top 100, the most prestigious of industry competitions. In tandem with his worldwide popularity is his "fresh and open-minded" label Revealed Recordings, which continues to gain international momentum.
With the launching of Revealed in 2010, so did Hardwell's celebrated compilation series. Hardwell Presents Revealed offers listeners with a representative aural compilation of Revealed's stance on the current trends driving EDM.
In March of 2011, Hardwell launched his very own radio show and podcast, Hardwell On Air, which is broadcasted on more than 25 international radio stations, including Holland's top dance station, SLAM!FM, Sirius XM in the US, and Radio FG in France and Belgium. Additionally, the podcast has a solid spot in the iTunes Top 10 Podcasts in more than 30 countries.
The buck did not stop there. In 2011, Hardwell released juggernaut tracks like "Encoded," a YouTube sensation, "Zero 76", a collaboration with Tiësto topping the #1 Beatport and #1 US iTunes spot, and "Cobra," a tune that went to #1 in the dance charts in Holland and Top 10 on Beatport's Progressive House chart.
2012 has seen as much success as the previous years with the recent remixes of Rihanna's track "Where Have You Been" and The Wanted's "Chasing the Sun" reaching #1 on Billboard's Dance Chart. Hardwell and Dannic's remix for Example, "Say Nothing," received a #1 spot in the Cool Cut Chart, while Tiësto & Hardwell's remix for "Young Blood," by the indie rock band The Naked And Famous, became the festival circuit's summer anthem. Hardwell has also collaborated alongside Showtek to produce the track "How We Do," with the music video premiered on MTV US. However, Hardwell's biggest track of 2012 has been the solo-original better known as "Spaceman," which has seen more sets, bootlegs, and remixes than any of his previous releases. "Spaceman" was released in over 25 countries worldwide and its infectious hooks will be heard for ages. Next, Hardwell's "Three Triangles," released on Mark Knight's label, Toolroom, and "Kontiki," co-produced with rising star Dannic, hit the Beatport Top 10. Finally, Hardwell's most recent undertaking has been his hard-hitting organic track, "Apollo," featuring Amba Shepherd. Aside from his releases, Hardwell took to the decks of Pete Tong's famous BBC Essential Mix, where Hardwell's prowess was so distinctively displayed.
As for his live component, one could start by looking at Hardwell's 2012 Tomorrowland set, which has reached millions of views on YouTube has been dubbed by many as a contender for the best set of the year. Hardwell has headlined the most prestigious and crowd-pleasing of festivals in the world such as Electronic Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Zoo, Creamfields, Tomorrowland, Mysteryland, and various Sensations, including Amsterdam's. Hardwell's personal side is also displayed in his Q&A series on YouTube, where he answers the most begging of questions his fans have to offer. As said by Hardwell himself, "With the opportunities of social media today, it's super easy to be in direct contact with your fans, however it's impossible to respond to each and everyone through Twitter or Facebook. That's how I came up with this idea, to give my fans the opportunity to ask me their questions and to have the chance to answer them in a fun way!"
Besides showcasing his talents for major artists worldwide, and proving himself not only in the studio, but also behind the decks, we can be assured that the Hardwell name, face, and brand is a force that will drive electronic dance music for years to come.
Kill The Buzz's sound consists of a big-room sound and a cutting edge drop to make club dance-floors shake on their grounds.
Earlier in 2012 Kill The Buzz signed his publishing deal with Cloud9, giving him the opportunity to expand his sound all over the world.
With a buzzer of a track, ending on the #1 spot in the EDM Buzz Chart in the final week before it's release, Kill The Buzz entered the EDM Scene with "Party Hard" released on Hardwell's label Revealed Recordings begin oktober 2012.
The Track was premiered during Hardwell's Tomorrowland show 2012 and got major attention in the dance scene.
With early support from fellow Revealed Recordings artist Dannic & JordyDazz and later on Quintino, David Guetta, Benny Benassi, Sander van Doorn, Swanky Tunes and others, the path is cleared for Kill The Buzz to become a major in the scene.
2013, starting off with a remix for Daleri on Trice Recordings as a request from Armada Music, is set to be the year to more popularity on an already fast growing fan-base. With a 2nd release on Revealed Recordings presents Miami 2013 called "Bouncy Betty" and a an upcomming release on WoohaRecords, Kill The Buzz is ready to leave his mark in the world of EDM.
Supported by Laidback Luke, Diplo, GTA, Astronomar, Major Lazer, Congorock, Valentino Khan, Boys Noize, Gina Turner, Benzi, Borgore etc
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