This Week In Hard Dance: Da Tweekaz, Tha Playah & AniMe
Da Tweekaz - Supa Dupa Fly
You know it will be an incredible start to the weekend when there’s a new release from Da Tweekaz. Beloved in the hard dance scene for their outrageous releases and unforgettable DJ sets, the duo strikes again with “Supa Dupa Fly,” a nostalgia-inducing banger dedicated to the hardstyle heads. If you’ve seen Da Tweekaz in the past year, you’ve definitely danced your ass off to this one. Bending the throttle across reverse bass, classic hardstyle, and euphoric melodies, “Supa Dupa Fly” attests to Da Tweekaz’s legendary status in hard dance.
Follow Da Tweekaz on Instagram | Twitter | Spotify
State of Anarchy’s Hardcore Vigilance - Mix #001
As an avid lover of The Playah’s hardcore imprint State of Anarchy, it thrills me to see they’ve started a mix series! The title itself is a nod to one of my favorite tracks from Tha Playah, “Vigilance,” the bounciest hardcore tune I’ve ever known. Described as 30 minutes of pure hardcore power, Hardcore Vigilance features the hottest and hardest tracks of the moment. Its inaugural edition is the perfect mix for hardcore newbies and fanatics alike, mixing brand new tunes from hardcore legends such as Angerfist, Miss K8, Nosferatu, and more — expect more of this heat to come from State of Anarchy.
Follow State of Anarchy on Instagram | SoundCloud
Follow Tha Playah on Instagram | Spotify
Hard Dance Throwback: AniMe - A-Bomb (2012)
Let me tell you about one of the first hardcore songs I adored: “A-Bomb” is one of AniMe’s earliest releases, and it still beats the hell out of stereo systems to this day. This track came out ten years ago when hardcore was all about chunky, mega-distorted kicks and arguably unhinged vocal samples. AniMe positioned herself at the forefront of the hardcore techno scene with killer tracks like “A-Bomb,” demonstrating her vicious mettle in the studio and behind the decks. Listen to “A-Bomb” on the largest sound system you can find — that ascent to the climax pays off in an earth-shattering fashion.
Check out AniMe dropping it at her debut EDC performance in 2017.