When Paul van Dyk creates a song inspired by one of the biggest cult favourite television shows in recent memory the possible potential is boundless. His latest release, ‘Hawkins Square,’ pays homage to Stranger Things, the Duffer Brothers' Netflix smash.
Produced in tandem with Paul’s longtime friend, studio mate, and VANDIT Records artist, Alex M.O.R.P.H., the track is driving and dark; a bath of progressive house and squelching 303s that’s a nod to the show's mysterious story line.
“The inspiration is the thought of the clashing worlds, the two sides of a coin that essentially mean the same one thing,” Paul says.
In addition to a steady flow of original material and remixes, Paul recently announced that he will be returning to the United States with a series of dates that will offer an early preview of his upcoming studio album.
Clubbers will experience a ‘career-spanning, genre-hopping set that will offer the full breadth of Paul’s sound.’ This also includes the VANDIT classics like ‘For An Angel’ to this summer’s array of releases including ‘Artefact’ and ‘Two Rivers,’ to the never before heard album songs that he will be testing out to USA audiences.