Chicago trio KREWELLA have unleashed their latest body of work,PLAY HARDER, an eight-song EP featuring a selection of banger remixes of two of their most popular tracks—“Alive” and “Killin’ It”—as well as new song “Come & Get It.” It made its debut at #6 on the iTunes Dance Chart.
PLAY HARDER is the follow-up to KREWELLA’s #1 Beatport EP released earlier this year,PLAY HARD, which also currently sits at #10 on iTunes Dance Chart. There’s a compelling range of talent who lend their skills to the Krew’s breakout productions including fresh takes from newcomers Jakob Leidholm and Mutrix, Danish and Swedish duo Pegboard Nerds, France’s Dirtyphonics and the Netherland’s Chuckie just to name a few.
Along with PLAY HARDER,KREWELLA has also made availabl
Northern Italian DJ BENNY BENASSI is about to embark on an extensive 16-date bus tour across the U.S. and Canada, his largest string of consecutive shows on a single tour to date. Performing to an estimated 45,000+ people in just over two weeks, this tour is bound to sell out before the tires even hit the gravel.
Joining the Don of house music across select dates will be tropical hard-house DJ and fellow Italian Congorock, the “Play Hard” or go home Chicago trio Krewella and a fresh new talent about to storm the scene, Pink Is Punk (whose new single with BENNY BENASSI “Perfect Storm” will be out on October 16 via Ultra Music).
“I love the United States. It’s one of my favorite places to play, so I’m really looking forward to getting on the bus, on th
New kids on the EDM block KREWELLA have unleashed the next installment in their visual catalogue with the video for their hard-hitting, dubstep-inspired track “Feel Me.” It premiered yesterday on VIBE.com and can now be viewed on their YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/krewella. In addition, the group has announced the second phase of their national Play Hard Tour for this fall.
For the track that appears on their #1 Beatport Play Hard EP, the video is a stark contrast to the piece for their viral single “Killin’ It,” clarifying it has become quite evident that the Krew have since exploded at a jaw-dropping pace from their humble beginnings at Chicago’s underground parties. Recapping their Los Angeles gigs from first leg of their Play Hard Tour from February, the vi