Dutch duo Showtek consist of brothers Wouter and Sjoerd Janssen. Since their formation in 2001, they switched and blended styles of EDM, techno, and hardstyle and worked with artists as prolific and varied as Ti+½sto and Chris Brown. The duo had a constant flow of releases, but it wasn't until 2010 that they released their first full album, Analogue Players in a Digital World, through Central Station Records. Over the years they gradually grew their fan base and status, playing large solo shows and festivals and featuring on the same bills as acts like deadmau5 and David Guetta. Showtek were also known for their "Crazy Collabs" project, through which they collaborated with acts such as Hardwell and Bassjackers, and which produced some of their biggest hits, including "Hell Yeah!" featuring Ti+½sto and "Get Loose" with Noisecontrollers, released on Skrillex's Owsla label. Showtek also produced short animated films to coincide with their releases, featuring their alter egos Baldy & Cresty, informing fans what artists they would be collaborating with on future releases. Once achieving a relatively high status, they co-produced the track "NobodyGÇÖs Perfect" alongside R&B star Chris Brown and remixed pop act Carly Rae Jepsen for the track "Tonight I'm Getting Over You," showing their ability to progress further and delve into new styles and genres. ~ James PearcePortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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