With 2012 widely considered as a golden year for electronic music, many fans look back fondly on the peak dance era, pinpointing the success of tracks like Alesso & Sebastian Ingrosso’s ‘Calling’, Avicii’s ‘Silhouettes’, and Swedish House Mafia’s ‘Greyhound’ and ‘Don’t You Worry Child’, which were all released during this year. However, whilst the Scandinavians were embarking on a progressive movement, a big-room revolution was also happening in the Netherlands, led by future #1 DJ in the world, Hardwell, and Dannic.
With the Dutch supremo launching his Revealed label, one of the key tracks on the imprint soon became Dannic’s ‘Flare’, a thunderous showcase of the producer’s vibrant big-room style which also became a firm favourite in the sets of acts like Dyro, Showtek, and even Armin van Buuren. Now celebrating exactly 6 years since this one was released, the track still remains one of Dannic’s most iconic releases of all time, proving that ‘Big Room Never Dies’.
Take a stroll down nostalgia lane and check this one out below! This is Dannic with ‘Flare’.