Synonyms for headhunterz or Related words with headhunterz

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Examples of "headhunterz"
Rock Civilization is a hardstyle track released on June 18, 2007 by Headhunterz through the Scantraxx sublabel Scantraxx Reloaded. It was featured on "The Best of Headhunterz".
Early 2015, Headhunterz goes on a 6-week North-America tour, as part of Steve Aoki's Neon Future Experience Tour. 'Once Again', Headhunterz' solo track, gets released on Hardwell's Revealed Recordings and the Headhunterz remix of Armin van Buuren ft. Mr. Probz - Another You is released on Armada Music. At Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Steve Aoki invites Headhunterz on stage to premiere their collaboration, yet to be released. Headhunterz' collab with Crystal Lake, 'Live Your Life', is released on Spinnin Records in May and reaches #3 in Beatport's overall charts.
In February 2013, Headhunterz signed with major dance music label Ultra Music. The signing was a landmark in Hardstyle reflecting the growth of the genre both inside the Netherlands and internationally, growth of which Headhunterz had been at the forefront of. Speaking on his signing, Headhunterz stated:
This is the discography for Dutch electronic musician Headhunterz.
The Headhunterz remix became an official single in the U.S. via Ultra Music. It was released on iTunes on December 11, 2012 and on Beatport on December 26, 2012. Headhunterz has released a music video for the remix.
At the beginning of 2010, Headhunterz was offered the chance to host his own "X-Qlusive". Held on the 30th of January at the Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, "X-Qlusive:Headhunterz" featured Wildstylez, The Prophet, Noisecontrollers & Brennan Heart joining Headhunterz on the main stage. Headhunterz described X-Qlusive as the highlight of 2010 as "It was an amazing night - a milestone in my career and personal life. I could have never imagined getting so far." In the buildup to "X-Qlusive", Headhunterz revealed he was planning the release of his second studio album, "Studio Sessions". Released on the 8th of March, "Studio Sessions" was a 15 track album containing a mixture of new unreleased tracks, collaborations, edits of older Headhunterz tracks and remixes done by Headhunterz and others. The Album release was followed by a world tour visiting The United States, Australia, Russia, Canada and many performances across the Netherlands. For the second year in a row, Headhunterz was asked to make a Defqon.1 Anthem, this time for the Australian edition, "Save Your Scrap for Victory". Along with the anthem, Headhunterz' other releases in 2010 was the "psychedelic" EP, which featured the popular title track along with "Dreamcatcher" and "Emptiness" and an EP with Noisecontrollers.
The year 2007 proved to be a successful year for Headhunterz. He had his first collaborations with fellow Scantraxx artists The Prophet and Abject (DJ Frontliner). Along with the collaborations Headhunterz also released several successful solo tracks such as "Forever Az One" and "Rock Civilization". Headhunterz then performed at the 2007 editions of Q-Base and Qlimax. He then created his first major anthem for the 2007 edition of Qlimax, "The Power of the Mind". Headhunterz then had his first solo performance at Qlimax and played alongside DJs who he admired, Technoboy and The Prophet.
In interviews, Headhunterz says that his changes in style have to do with him claiming his creative freedom.
The year 2006 saw the first Headhunterz release "Aiming for Your Brain/ Left Some Answers", on Scantraxx Special. Their debut release was followed by "The Sacrifice/D-Tuned", again on Scantraxx Special. "The Sacrifice" was the duo's most successful hit to date, Rebergen since stating his fond memories of the positive reception that The Prophet gave him the first time he heard it. Problems soon began to emerge when Rebergen came to the conclusion that he would be unable to perform and record for Scantraxx while simultaneously completing his course at the Rock Academy. Rebergen told van Putten of his decision to leave the Academy and hoped he would join and commit himself to Headhunterz and Scantraxx. van Putten then made the difficult decision to leave Rebergen, Scantraxx and Headhunterz and continue with his musical studies at the Rock Academy. Rebergen's first solo performance as Headhunterz was the 2006 edition of the Q-Dance event, Defqon.1. Following the final release of van Putten credited Headhunterz work, Scantraxx gave Rebergen his own sub label Scantraxx Reloaded which he would administer. Headhunterz first release on Scantraxx Reloaded was the three track Vinyl EP "Victim of My Rage" released in late 2006. The Prophet continued to nurture the young talent, inviting Headhunterz to perform alongside him at the popular annual Q-Dance event, Qlimax.
Scantraxx Reloaded was a Dutch record label and sub label of Scantraxx Records. Scantraxx Reloaded was owned by Willem Rebergen (who released music through the label under the name Headhunterz), and specialized in releases by Headhunterz, Gostosa, Wildstylez and Project One.
Over their career, D-Block & S-te-Fan have performed at large hardstyle and dance events, including, Thrillogy, Qlimax, Mysteryland, Decibel and in 2011 hosted their own X-Qlusive. They also did a remix of the Headhunterz & Wildstylez track "Blame it on the Music," which was featured on Headhunterz' 2010 Studio Sessions album.
2010 also saw Headhunterz make his first appearance in DJ Mag's yearly top 100 DJ list, coming in at 36th, the highest Hardstyle DJ in the list. It was the first year Hardstyle artists were featured on the top 100 with Noisecontrollers, D-Block & S-te-Fan and Showtek all ranking in the top 100 alongside Headhunterz.
Other popular DJ's from the Netherlands are Afrojack, Hardwell, Laidback Luke, Fedde le Grand, Nicky Romero, Wildstylez, Headhunterz, Brennan Heart, Sander van Doorn, W&W and Martin Garrix.
Ending 2016, Headhunterz returned with Wildstylez as Project One and played their new track called Project One - Luminosity (coming out soon) at Qlimax 2016.
Headhunterz again climbed up the ranking in DJ Mags top 100 DJ list, coming in at 11th reflecting the further influence hardstyle was having within the dance music scene. In October 2012 Headhunterz hosted and performed at another Q-Dance showcase event "Q-Dance presents: Headhunterz - HARDwithSTYLE". Held at the newly opened Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, the event was a sellout featuring artists such as Code Black, Adrenalize, Isaac, Ran-D and Adaro who all had featured prominently on the "HARDwithSTYLE" podcast since its beginning. Along with this Headhunterz performed at both the Australian and Netherlands editions of Defqon.1, both editions of Mysteryland, The Qontinent, Tomorrowland, Electric Daisy Carnival, Q-Dance Presents: Scantraxx 10 Years, Reverse & X-Qlusive: Noisecontrollers.
HARD with STYLE is a Dutch hardstyle record label founded in 2011 by Headhunterz. HARD with STYLE has a few artists like Mekanikal, Rebourne, Audiofreq and Crystal Lake. At the beginning, Headhunterz made pocasts under this name HARD with STYLE. It quickly became the one of the most popular electronic music podcasts. Until October 2013 Headhunterz released his first release, The Leaked EP via HARD with STYLE. Now, they make podcasts with other hardstyle artists and make songs under 'HARD with STYLE Origins' via this record label.
2010 reflected Headhunterz and Hardstyle's growing popularity around the world, in his own words 2010 was "a year where my international bookings overtook my national ones."
Studio Sessions is a studio album by Dutch hardstyle artist Headhunterz. The album was released to much hype, and includes collaborations with many other prominent artists in the hardstyle community such as The Prophet, Wildstylez, D-Block & S-te-Fan and Noisecontrollers among others. The album was announced shortly after the X-Qlusive edition that Headhunterz hosted on January 31 in the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, and it was hinted at previously.
Project One is a musical project between two hardstyle artists, Headhunterz and Wildstylez. One album has been produced, "Project One: The Album". The album was made over the course of three months in a Dutch record studio, finishing approximately one track each week. Album samplers were released afterwards, featuring the full versions of each album track, and a remix release, were released under Scantraxx Reloaded. Headhunterz still occasionally collaborates with Wildstylez.
Headhunterz, in collaboration with Wildstylez and Noisecontrollers, produced the 2012 Defqon.1 Anthem for the Dutch edition of the popular festival. "World of Madness" was released on the 16th of August with the intro of the song featuring elements of the three previous Defqon.1 Anthems that the three had produced consecutively, "Scrap Attack" in 2009 by Headhunterz, "No Time To Waste" in 2010 by Wildstylez and "Unite" in 2011 by Noisecontrollers.