Dusty Springfield – Spooky (Quinten 909 Remix)

How 'A Leap Of Faith' Helped Quinten 909 To Release His Spooky Remix... What does the dutch DJ Quinten 909 have in common with Dusty Springfield and Percy Sledge? They all made their own version of ‘Spooky’, a song which originally was performed by Classics IV. This track reached #3 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. But that was in 1968. Nowadays people want to hear a different sound. And that’s what Quinten 909 brings to the table with his deephouse-remix of Dusty Springfield’s version....Read more »

Cloud 9 Music and Nouveau Riche Music join forces

Nouveau Riche Music, the one of a kind label of producer Boaz van de Beatz, from now on will be represented by Cloud 9 Music. Artist who have released on Nouveau Riche Music are Jebroer, Stepherd, Leo, Skinto, NoizBoiz, Kid de Blits, Boaz van de Beatz en Mr. Polska. This last one recently release released his album “Snoller”, including the hit “Ravotten”. 2015 promises a great amount of releases, for instance a brand new Mr. Polska single.  Boaz van de Beatz , the creative brain behind...Read more »

Headhunterz – Once Again

After his superb remix of Hardwell’s ‘Spaceman’ back in 2012, Headhunterz has exploded back onto the scene with the ‘United We Are’ vocal-led collaboration, ‘Nothing Can Hold Us Down’. Now, reinventing his methods through a marriage of fierce and progressive house that embodies the trademark Revealed style, Headhunterz charges his way into 2015 with ‘Once Again’. Rapid acceleration, future-reaching melodies, intergalactic vocal cuts and a rush of the manic, Headhunterz teases...Read more »

Julian Calor – Cell

Julian Calor is undoubtedly one of the Revealed audience’s most talked about artists, with his infectious releases continuing to dominate charts internationally time and time again. After the title track of his debut artist album ‘Evolve’ shot to #2 on the Beatport Progressive House Chart, appetites have been salivating for his next cut taken from the hotly-anticipated release – now landing just in time for the Miami mayhem of March, Julian Calor unveils ‘Cell’ as his next omission taken...Read more »