The partnership between Hardwell and Maddix is a strong one, demonstrated by their numerous collaborations. They’ve worked together on the certified classic ‘Bella Ciao,’ the thrilling ‘Take Me Away Again,’ and the high-energy ‘Revolution.’ These Dutch producers value the power of teamwork and creativity in their music and know how to show it.
Luciana is a name that commands attention, with her Midas Touch elevating every release. Fans will know her from her iconic anthem “Yeah Yeah,” which reached #2 on the UK charts, and her work with Taio Cruz. Her club heritage stamp is now being added to ‘ACID,’ debuting on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings.
Luciana’s unique and recognizable vocals enliven the track, forming the foundation before transitioning into intense big-room sounds that pull the listener into a world of bold, fast-paced techno. The unmistakable acid sound is present, complete with squelchy effects, dynamic melodies, and synth fluctuations that elevate the energy and get the party started. This combination of classic techniques and contemporary flair results in a thrilling listening experience, with Luciana’s chanting of the spelling of ‘ACID’ adding an extra dimension. Standout lyrics such as “I, as in I don’t care!” amplify the excitement, while Hardwell and Maddix raise the stakes with a grand, adrenaline-fueled production that proves they are at the top of their game.
Prepare to take to the dancefloor and surrender to the beat of Hardwell & Maddix feat. Luciana’s ‘ACID’, set to release this May exclusively through Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings. The track is sure to dominate the scene with its perfect blend of Luciana’s unique vocals, hard-hitting big-room rhythms, and classic acid sounds. Along with Hardwell’s and Maddix’s combined production skills, they have created an electrifying and unforgettable experience.
‘ACID’ is a testament to their vision and mastery in the music world, offering an incredible blend of the old and the new. Don’t miss out on the excitement as this track gets released!
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