Rik Houwers
By Rik Houwers

Last Saturday the third edition of Supremacy took place in The Brabanthallen in Den Bosch. The event is known for its raw vibe, live-acts, flying dj-booths and album releases. The first year Minus Militia presented their album. After that it was time for Warface and last weekend Crypsis released his album Program Hostile.

After three successful editions in The Netherlands it seems Art of Dance has plans to take Supremacy abroad. Get ready Aussie fans!

Crypsis interview
In an interview with Supremacy Magazine Crypsis rumors about a Supremacy edition in Australia. “Nowadays, raw Hardstyle has actually become the ‘mainstream’ sound and there are a lot of raw DJ’s playin’ on mainstages – five years ago this would’ve been unheard of. I even heard a rumor that Supremacy will go abroad, or in other words ‘will go down under…’. Even though Crypsis talks about a rumor it is still very likely to happen, since he is part of the bookings agency Most Wanted DJ, which has a tight relationship with Art of Dance, the organization behind Supremacy.

Hardstyle has been popular in Australia for many years. Before Chile in 2015 they were the only country besides The Netherlands to have their own Defqon.1 since 2009. Raw Hardstyle is also gaining in popularity with the Aussies and artists also notice this. For example, Theracords had a tour last February and B-Front also did a tour in March.

Photo: Supremacy / Rossumedia

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