Revealed Recordings present ‘Miami 2016 Sampler’

Revealed Recordings have become renowned for releasing some of the finest progressive house and electro tracks year after year, so when the time comes around for their annual pre-Ultra Miami compilation album, there is always high anticipation and expectations.  And as usual, this year they did not disappoint. The sampler features 15 brand new tracks from an ensemble casts of their finest producers, ranging from electro to trap to progressive house.

The album kicks off with the hard-hitting collaboration between Futuristic Polar Bears and Maddix entitled ‘Lynx‘, whilst Art Electro & Watro also team up to deliver ‘Rush Hour‘. Revealed newcomer Tom Crusher brings the groove with ‘In Control‘, while the label regular Thomas Newson puts his touch to Asonn‘s energy- fuelled track ‘Banga‘. Reylax & SAG provide the first progressive house track of the album in the shape of ‘Phoenix‘, which is followed by the first vocal track in the form of Olly James and Loax’s collab ‘Love Again‘.

Following his recent hit with Dannic, HIIO returns to his solo productions with ‘Otherside‘, a eurphoric, melodic vocal track, as rising star Tom Ven makes his debut on Hardwell‘s label through ‘Chasing The Sunrise‘. Dirtcaps and FIGHT CLVB team up yo bring us ‘Pun This‘, filled with massive big room synths and effects, whilst Revealed’s talented duo Jaggs also bring their signature modern-talking synths to their collaborate with Jack & Jordan entitled ‘Like That‘. Reez are continuing to go from strength to strength, as their track ‘Bottles Up‘ together with Suyano is also featured on the compilation album.

Jordy Dazz makes his return to Revealed in emphatic style as he teams up with BLOQSHOT in ‘Ragged‘, whilst Tom & Jame bring the energy in ‘BAD‘. Progressive house fans will be sure to love DOMENO‘s featured vocal track ‘Fighter‘, and the album concludes with Vion Konger‘s groovy number ‘Nucleus‘.

With this jam-packed collection of tracks from one of the biggest labels in the industry, the transition to Miami Music Week and the upcoming festival season should be easy. This year’s Revealed Sampler is now available to purchase on Beatport here.