Afrojack drops fresh new ID’s during Ultra Europe set

A legend of the modern electronic music era. Creator of some of the most iconic productions. Certainly one of the tallest guys in dance music. Nick van de Wall‘s contribution to electronic music has been endless and truly unrivalled. Though he might not have had the tabloid fame of the likes of Martin Garrix and Tiësto via DJ Mag’s rankings and so forth, he has gained the notability and respect of both fans and colleagues worldwide. The persona of Afrojack has been the forefront of his success, as well as his NLW alter ego, and years on from his introduction to the scene, he continues to provide fresh material blending his incredible sounds with innovative ideas. Hitting the Ultra Europe main stage over the weekend with brand new music, Afrojack continues to provide the goods for festival attendees and music listeners across the globe.

Taking to the stage on Friday night, the 30 year old Dutchman held no prisoners during his set, which lasted near to two hours. Playing a thumping 6 ID’s, some of which may be his own, amongst a plethora of Afrojack or NLW tracks, van de Wall made sure that attendees wouldn’t forget the set any time soon. Providing timeless Afrojack classics like ‘No Beef‘ and ‘Take Over Control‘, a certain feel of nostalgia came during period of the electronic showcase. The blend of iconic tracks with more recent productions such as ‘One More Day‘ and ‘Dirty Sexy Money‘ made the set unmissable for Ultra Europe attendees. The 105-minute collection of bangers made for one of the weekend’s finest performances, and will surely be remembered by all those who were present or watched the live stream unfold.

However, if you weren’t part of the lucky bunch to catch the set as it happened, have no fear as you can check it all out – with the track list included – right here.

Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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