Tag: hardcore

THE DREAMTEAM EXCLUSIVE ON NATIONAL RADIO

EDM NEWS, HARDCORE, NEW RELEASES
[wp_ad_camp_2] Since 1991, THE DREAMTEAM act as the poster boys of the international hardcore movement. They headlined the first legendary ID&T events such as The Final Exam and Thunderdome which spawned the mega-selling compilation cd series THUNDERDOME. With sales in excess of 3 million units, this is one of the most successful compilation series in the history of dance music. Moreover, ID&T is now known as the company behind EDM's leading events Sensation, Tomorrowland and Mysteryland. Check out this  exclusive hardcore set for they did for national radio!     The new album THE DREAMTEAM – 4-EVER is OUT NOW. The album is filled both with new productions as well of remixes of well known hardcore classics. DJ BUZZ FUZZ:“The Dreamteam 4-ever’ is our
THE DREAMTEAM ADD HARDCORE PUNCH TO GLOBAL EDM SCENE

THE DREAMTEAM ADD HARDCORE PUNCH TO GLOBAL EDM SCENE

ALBUMS, BEST OF, EDM NEWS, HARDCORE, HARDSTYLE, NEW RELEASES
[wp_ad_camp_2] THE DREAMTEAM, among others credited as initiators of the Dutch hardcore scene, celebrate their 20 year anniversary with the release of the album THE DREAMTEAM – 4-EVER. Hardcore, otherwise known as Gabber or Gabba is regarded as the hardest and most fierce style of EDM. [wp_ad_camp_1] This last 18th of May, their loyal fans were treated to an exclusive showcase of new tracks during their 20 year anniversary party in a sold-out PARADISO, Amsterdam. Other notable artists who have performed at this world famous venue include The Rolling Stones, Joy Division, Nirvana, The Cure, Lenny Kravitz, Amy Winehouse, Dave Matthews and Prince. Since 1991, The Dreamteam act as the poster boys of the international hardcore movement. They headlined the first legendary ID&T ev

THE DREAMTEAM INKS DEAL WITH 657DEEJAYS.COM

BEST OF, EDM NEWS, HARDCORE, NEW RELEASES, RAVE
[wp_ad_camp_2] 657DEEJAYS.COM, the newly founded DJ Agency by Hammarica is proud to announce that the legendary DREAMTEAM has joined its artist roster for the North American market. The Dreamteam is one of Holland’s – if not the world’s most legendary hardcore/gabber groups – who have been together for two decades. 2013 marks the release of a brand new album with 17 tracks accompanied with a big release event in Amsterdam’s highly regarded Paradiso venue celebrating 20 years of The Dreamteam. [wp_ad_camp_1] The Dreamteam originally consisted of  The Prophet, DJ Dano, Buzz Fuzz and DJ Gizmo. Yet,  The Prophet officially quit with The Dreamteam at Thunderdome The 
Final Exam the 15th of December 2012. Now The Dreamteam
 consists of Dano, Buzz Fuzz and Gizmo. 
The new Dreamteam live acts
Hammarica.com Daily DJ interview: Darkcontroller

Hammarica.com Daily DJ interview: Darkcontroller

EDM NEWS, INTERVIEWS
[wp_ad_camp_2] He is one of the most successful hardcore DJs from Holland. Hardcore, also knows as Gabber is a style originally created in Holland in the early 90's. Its success was imminent taken into the account the success of the Thunderdome events and cd series and labels like Mid-Town, Mokum, Ruffneck and more. Darkcontroller is part of the RIGE clan and we were very happy to catch him for an exclusive interview! [wp_ad_camp_1] Hardcore, the 'heavy metal' of house and techno had its ups and downs when it comes to popularity, especially in Holland where it originates from. How would you describe the scene now? Inform us on the positives and negatives. Well, I know that hardcore started on a basic ground. It all was very simple to make. all music was, if you look at it now. Th
Fierce Ruling Diva Interview: The Ongoing Battle Between Intention And Perception

Fierce Ruling Diva Interview: The Ongoing Battle Between Intention And Perception

EDM NEWS, INTERVIEWS
[wp_ad_camp_2] You were one of the first artists to import the house and techno sound in to Holland. You organized your own underground events, performed live, DJ-ed and founded your own record label Lower East Side Records. As an introduction, could you tell our readers a bit more about that time and how that influenced your later career? Flamman: “The scene was very small then as well as the international network. Everything had a high D.I.Y. feeling. We always wanted to do something new and different and I really feel we co-defined many aspects of the current scene. I think we weren't only one of the first few to import the American House sound into Holland; a year later we were also one of the first to do the opposite: exporting the Dutch sound. Fierce Ruling Diva were the firs