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Press Release |  14 Dec 2015 16:38 |  By RnMTeam

Revealed: Sartek becomes the first Asian producer to be signed on HardwellÆs label

MUMBAI: With several firsts under his belt already, this 27-year-old Delhi boy managed yet another coup as he becomes the first Indian/ Asian DJ Producer to be released on one of the biggest music labels of the world - Revealed; owned by none other than Hardwell.

One of India’s most accomplished dance music DJ producers – Sarthak Sardana aka Sartek, is also the only Indian to grace the prestigious Beatport top 100 (Electro House) multiple times with his tracks ‘Back to the future’(#51) and ‘Dopamine’ (#73) with continued global support from Industry stalwarts.

‘Back to the Future’ in fact has been played several times at International festivals such as Ultra Music Festival Miami (2015). The track has been premiered by David Guetta on his radio show to over three million people this year, before being played at Hardwell at several festivals and shows internationally.

Now the electro upstart will collaborate with Lucky Date on ‘Don’t Need Love’ for Revealed Recordings – out 14 December. The track spells of anenergetic, kinetic and exhilarating brand of progressive house, and with the forward thinking contributions of Sartek, ‘Don’t Need Love’ proves to be one of Revealed’s finest offerings of the year.

Alternating between fierce, pulsating blasts of bass heavy grooves and stunning celestial breakdowns, the track is a culmination of the abilities of two of the year’s most outstanding artists. Sartek brings to the table his futuristic take on the genre, and a sleekly produced arsenal of impeccably engineered textures, whilst Lucky Date adds his unmistakable exhilarating beats and party starting attitude.

Sartek who has played over one hundred gigs throughout the year, had a track (Back to the Future) cracking the Beatport electro house chart and the support of electronica biggies such as Hardwell, Sartek is destined for bright future in the international music market. ‘Don’t Need Love’ releases worldwide on 14 December, 2015.