The Revealed Asian Tour is the first outing for Zouk KL!
Following its Grand Opening last Thursday, the new Zouk Kuala Lumpur at TREC opens its September music programming with German duo Twoloud, and a collective of five emerging artists under the world’s #1 DJ Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, helming the shiny decks. The Revealed Asian Tour is the first outing for Zouk KL. These are played alongside the superclub’s electrifying, genre-bending selection as it introduces Move at Apex Lounge, a night of deep and tech-house by the city’s most respected music selectors.
The biggest presentation of KL’s best Hip-Hop crew sees the revival of Ghetto Heaven at Zouk Main Room, as well as an updated repertoire of Zouk’s signature night, Mambo, playing the hits from the 90s at Velvet Underground.
Establishing itself as something of an electronic music dynasty over the past 5 years, Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings has handpicked some of the finest talent the planet has to offer, and gradually assembled a team of the most promising and gifted artists in electronic music. This September, the imprint will be taking their eclectic roster to Asia for an illustrious run of tour dates through Mumbai, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Bangkok, Singapore, Taipei and Seoul.
The artists are set to journey into the heart of Asia with colossal nights at some of the biggest and best clubs on the continent.
Twoloud, under the world’s #1 DJ Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, helming the shiny decks.
Image credit – Insomniac
Each artist carries the badge of quality synonymous with Revealed: Julian Calor, praised by a spectrum of artists’ from Pete Tong to Diplo and fresh from a world beating set at this year’s Tomorrowland, joins emerging progressive house prodigy Joey Dale, returning to Asia after a brief excursion at the end of 2014, Kill The Buzz – Dutch big-room DJ and already a Revealed veteran with 3 years on the label already under his belt. 24-year-old Swedish upstart producer/DJ Manse will also be joining the gang, alongside the unshakable talents of Holland’s next prospective heir to the big room throne, Thomas Newson. This tour signals the emergence of a new generation of artists from within the scene, educated in the ways of the dance floor by the world’s biggest DJ and ushered through Asia by the seasoned hand of Revealed Recordings.
Kill The Buzz