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W&W – How Many [Mainstage]

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W&W Dutch DJ/Producers duo consisting of Willem van Hanegem & Ward van der Harst known for their big room sound, deliver another such track just in time for the festival season.

one of the mainstream Electronic Dance Music’s labels, welcomes its next release “How Many”, which kicks off with mellow vocals and an ensemble of funky lyrics combining with low chords which ultimately are led to the encapsulating build-up.

W&W keep on utilizing Big-Room sounds and over-powering melodies to give shape to their party-starting vibes.

The talented duo continues to prove their status as innovators and tastemakers in the scene by also curating releases for their Mainstage Music label, and their popular weekly Mainstage Podcast.
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