W&W deliver mind blowing performance at Amsterdam Dance Event
When asked to name one of the most formidable duos in electronic dance music, it is without hesitation that the Dutch tastemakers W&W spring to mind. As one of the biggest acts to grace the current electronic scene, there is no denying that both Willem van Hanegem and Ward van der Harst have become a staple favourite to don the mainstages and elate crowds with nothing but pure electronic euphoria. Both Dutchmen have a proven track record to triumph with every performance they deliver from Ultra Music Festival to Tomorrowland. There most recent delight came in the form of a truly thrilling set at this years Amsterdam Dance Event where the pair delivered a mind-blowing performance at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam. Its safe to say the duo demonstrated just why they are one of the worlds best big room and progressive house performers.
In what can be described as a sensational and breathtaking set, W&W took to the stage at this year’s ADE to deliver a spine-tingling performance worthy of setting them apart from their fellow DJs. Under the arena roof, the fiery duo spun a masterclass of seamlessly mixed bangers coupled with an array of W&W specials.
The duo opened with their newly produced ‘Rave Culture‘ before diving into a W&W original ‘Put ‘Em Up‘ which began to set the feisty tone of their performance. The track was swiftly followed by a brand new ID in collaboration with successful duo Blasterjaxx who recently displayed an invigorating performance in Manchester at Timmy Trumpet’s ‘Freak Show’ event. The performance was littered with the biggest track bangers such as Quintino‘s ‘Brasil Connect‘, ‘Played Alive‘ from Safri Duo, all the way through to a W&W bootleg of Avicii‘s chart-topping track ‘Levels‘.
Proving once again why they are one of the finest duo acts to watch live, W&W threw down one of their best performances to date. Catch all the action below and check out the full tracklist here.
W&W live at AMF in Amsterdam! 🎹🔥
Posted by W&W on Saturday, October 20, 2018