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Introduction: What started as a chance meeting at the 2007 Trance Energy has, in just under 3 years solidified into one of the freshest, most exciting electronic dance acts on the scene. With it has come a new multifarious trance sound that, globally, has begun to shatter underground clubs, arenas and festivals. Banding together under the name W&W has seen the collective careers of Wardt van der Harst & Willem Van Hanegem go into overdrive… As spinners they’ve delivered due damage to club nights and festivals and in 2009 their A-list-hammered track portfolio saw them conclusively tip the ‘next big thing’ scales. Now, in the new decade, W&W are ready to rule.

W&W Productions: With tracks like ‘Ensure’, ‘Show my Shuffle’, ‘Origin’ & ‘Stab My Speaker’, Willem and Wardt initially started out producing their own respective floor-thrillers. The serendipitous Trance Energy meet quickly bore their debut W&W production though, which came in the form of the mighty ‘Mustang’. ‘Dome’ & ‘Arena’ (which featured on the Armin Only DVD) followed up its freshman success and fast found the CDJs of trance luminaries like Tiësto, Ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz, Sander Van Doorn & Judge Jules. Tipped by Armin van Buuren as “the best up-and-coming production duo out there”, W&W have continued to rock federation trance to its core with ‘Mainstage’, the Sean Tyas-remixed ‘D.N.A’ and their Ummet Ozcan collaboration ‘Synergy’ each bringing floors to critical mass. Remix-side, their voracious rewires have proved equally as popular - most notably on Armin’s ‘Rain’, ‘Remedy’ (by UK pop starlet Little Boots) and those of Sander van Doorn, Leon Bolier, Sied van Riel, & others.

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  • mattaui

    Would really love to hear more like 'Nowhere to Go'.

    14 Dec 1:52am Reply
  • Janzu21

    Lift Off! was great but that's about it.

    18 Nov 2:34am Reply
  • dustyOn3

    W&W should return to Uplifting stuff. Trance is dying and i fucking hate it, that almost every good Trance-artist is going to produce Bigroom-stuff for the mass. One of the best Producer-duos on the planet in my opinion but they really, really should start making the old stuff which made them big again.

    28 Oct 1:45pm Reply
  • DmitryZimakov

    боги пережатого звука

    29 Aug 9:20pm Reply
  • elosd

    Invasion+Ghost Town are great tracks

    5 May 6:26am Reply
  • LuckyStar66

    BigFoot <3

    2 May 7:42am Reply
  • FeatgaryTD

    shitstorm of singles [3] Pathetic singles

    21 Apr 5:54pm Reply
  • Eyris_

    shitstorm of singles [2] lol

    7 Apr 3:37pm Reply
  • Longipas

    Москва крутяк ваще

    6 Apr 12:49pm Reply
  • UnrealGerry

    why dont they just combine all the singels into an album this is like a shitstorm of singles wich could easily have fitted in an album.

    21 Mar 11:33am Reply
  • ShadowGonzo

    Agreed, Ghost Town is suprisingly good!

    21 Mar 11:02am Reply
  • Eyris_

    "Bigfoot" was epic fail, but "Ghost Town" sounds really nice...

    11 Mar 5:14pm Reply
  • FeatgaryTD

    lol, house

    14 Feb 7:24pm Reply
  • ankcupu

    Thunder <3

    7 Jan 2:02pm Reply
  • Longipas

    В Москву

    25 Nov 2013 Reply
  • faals

    Thunder <3 [2]

    13 Nov 2013 Reply
  • henk93

    Worse & Worst [-1]

    28 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Velimirius

    easily Thunder and Apache from fisherman & hawkins are my best tunes of 2013 so far.

    14 Jul 2013 Reply
  • ElectroHouse42

    Thunder <3

    28 May 2013 Reply
  • Darchoo

    Thunder! Thunder! Thunder! Thunder! Thunder! Thunder!

    27 May 2013 Reply
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