Amsterdam, March 22nd 2010 – Dutch DJ/producer Hardwell presents his very own imprint Revealed Recordings handled by Cloud 9 Dance. The young house sensation reveals a fresh and open-minded label, of which the first release ‘Get Down Girl’ a collab of Hardwell and Funkadelic, will be out March 29th. This week the Winter Music Conference is held in Miami, one of the major happenings in the dance music industry. Hardwell will promote the launch of his label and is on high demand, with gigs lined up at Ultra Music Festival, a pool party at the Sagamore and five others.
The 22-year old Robbert van der Corput, residing under the Hardwell moniker for almost a decade already, is ready for the next step in his already impressive musical career. By setting up his own label, Revealed Recordings, he continues to follow the successful path he’s already started to create. The youngster has had several releases on labels like Rising Music, Spinnin’ and Cr2, of which his ‘Feel So High’, ‘Twilight Zone’ and ‘Display’ were supported by all the big jocks. Hardwell’s remixes for the likes of Fedde Le Grand, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto and Bob Sinclar have established him as one of the most requested remixers around. His ‘Eclectic Beatz’ series, of which the final edition will be out in stores april 2nd, are some of the best selling mix albums of the past 4 years. When it comes to dj’ing, there’s not a lot of clubs left the DJ hasn’t seen yet. With five gigs in Miami lined-up, an extensive tour in Australia only just behind him and not a single weekend off for the next couple of months, the Hardwell sound is on high demand. By kicking off his Revealed Recordings, he steps into the next gear of his musical career.
The first release of Revealed Recordings, that’ll be out March 29th, is a new collaboration of Hardwell and Funkadelic, ‘Get Down Girl’. The pack includes a remix by upcoming Dutch talent Nicky Romero, who’s currently rocking the charts with his remake of ‘Groove Armada – My Friend’. Next to Hardwell’s own tracks and collaborations, Revealed Recordings will also release tracks that fit the versatile sound of the label, whether that be house, tech-house, techno or minimal.