Will Sparks + Maddix

Will Sparks & Maddix – Mangalam


Heavy, hard-hitting tracks are forcing their way through the progressive barrier built so well over the years by the likes of Axwell and co., as the diversity across the electronic community invites even genres more onto a main stream platform. Earlier years saw the likes of trance and house making headlines. As time developed, progressive house was born and cemented its slot in the ears of so many. However, recent times have seen the likes of tech house, psy trance, with the latter being heavily involved in the rise of Will Sparks. One of Australia’s finest, the long haired specialist of all styles hard has dropped a new track alongside one of the big room names that has been nurtured by Hardwell over the years: Maddix.

Collaborating on ‘Mangalam‘, Sparks brings the infectious cross over of psy trance and big room from so many of his releases in the past few years, whilst Maddix’s driving big room leads and energetic festival vibes radiate throughout. With a KSHMR-style vocal over the main stage banger created by the pair, non-stop power pushes this track to the very top. Kicking off with a psy trance drop, and developing further towards a big room/psy crossover drop, there is plenty of punch in this one. ‘Mangalam‘ has been released via Heavyweight Records, piloted by known crossover producer Carnage, who has tackled all things from trap to hardstyle over the years. Both Will Sparks and Maddix have plenty of experience and stage time, so expect to see this being dropped in both their sets, as well as the likes of Timmy Trumpet, Hardwell, and more who often support the pair. The track sits nicely on Carnage‘s label, and represents everything that the label has built itself upon.

Go and check out ‘Mangalam‘ by Will Sparks and Maddix below, and drop your thoughts on the comments section!





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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