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New release: Dj Thera & Delete - Welcome
The introduction of Delete to Theracords lead to a brilliant collaboration between him and labelboss Dj Thera. What better way to name the track Welcome! The track was first played at this years Hard Bass in front of 30.000 party people, that's an introduction you gotta remember! Theracords is hosting an area at the new festival Hardshore, which takes place the 15th of June, Watergoed, Valburg, Holland. Dj Thera has provided the official anthem and comes with a magnificent mixture of big room melodic power and rough as nails kicks. Early support from Mark EG, Chris One, Frequencerz, Titan, Degos & Re-Done, Geck-o, Blackburn, The Geminizers and Wavolizer.
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Theracords hosting at Hardshore
We keep on being proud this festival season, because: the 15th of June we will host our own area at the first edition of Hardshore! This new festival will take place at Watergoed, Valburg, a small town located between Nijmegen and Arnhem.
Unique as festival, Hardshore is a battle concept, which makes the whole line up even more exciting! Furthermore the Hardshore anthem will be produced by Theracords frontman Dj Thera! A preview will be online very soon!
HARDSHORE THERACORDS STAGE LINE UP
Degos & Re-Done vs Thera vs High Voltage vs Deetox vs
Prefix & Density vs Tartaros vs Re-Volt vs Geck-o vs
Zirkum vs Twice
Hosted by MC Livid
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Delete signs with Theracords
As of today, we can officially welcome a new member to the Theracords label. We are proud to present you the awesome Australian DJ and producer ‘Delete’.
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You all probably remember the Dutch winter. It was long and cold. However, it also gave Theracords the opportunity to meet Delete. While he came over from Australia to have his first Dutch performances on Euphoria and Loudness, Delete took a little detour to Deetox’ and Thera’s studios. These visits resulted in the tracks ‘Android’ and ‘Welcome’. The extremely positive musical chemistry that was present in the creation of these collaborations lead to Thera inviting Delete to join the Theracords family.
Delete’s success this winter made him decide to migrate to the Netherlands. He has moved in April and he is getting more used to the Dutch way of living ever since. For 2013, his focus will be on solo productions and giving Europe a clear idea of what Delete stands for. What has Delete got to say about this international adventure himself?
“I'm very excited to now be a part of Theracords and to be living here in the Netherlands where all the hardstyle action is! I'm busy creating new material and looking forward to taking things to the next level. ”
What is up next? On the 19th of June, Delete’s collaboration “Welcome” with Thera will be released on Theracords. The official preview of this track will be published in a few days. When can we experience Delete on a gig? His official Dutch debut will be announced in early June. Where you will surely find him this summer is at our Theracords hosting at Dream Village Festival in Oosterhout. On this special Theracords hosting, Delete will perform together with Thera. Furthermore, you will find him at Bass Protocol in Club Rodenburg and even in Ibiza at Ibiza Goes Hard!
In the past, Delete has been involved in the management of the Spoontech label. Spoontech fans do not have to worry about the future of their favourite label. Delete will stay involved in the management of our colleague
label and he will ensure that the label is ran like it has always been.
Can we conclude that Delete takes his career to the next level by migrating to the Netherlands and joining us? We will leave that up to you. We are very proud to have him and wish him the best of luck!
If you want to stay up to date with Delete’s musical journey, check out the following channels:
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