NEW YORK (Feb 24. 2016) — Hailing from dance music’s nest of artistic talent like the Netherlands from where the likes of Tiësto, Fedde le Grand, Ferry Corsten, and Armin van Buuren among others emerged, Daniel Wanrooy is set to release his 3rd single on Dancepush 15 years after making his professional debut. On Monday, February 29 Daniel Wanrooy feat. Chris Severe “Gone Too Far” will be available at all major digital stores and streaming services as well as pitched to Sirius XM and other channels. Drawing on everything from EDM to 90s vocals through traces of trance, “Gone Too Far” endlessly blurs boundaries to rhapsodic effect. The production is reminiscent of the type of music you would hear on Tiësto’s “In Search of Sunrise” compilations yet still manages to maintain the contemporary vibe of EDM. After scores of releases on the legendary Black Hole Recordings, support from MTV, and being spotted by his compatriot Tiësto with 5 tracks on the “In Search of Sunrise” compilations among other accomplishments, Daniel Wanrooy was introduced to Dancepush sometime in 2012 by Virtual Vault. Daniel Wanrooy was hired to remix Itay Kalderon & Ortega feat. Maya Simantov “Great Stuff” and then dropped his first original release on the label with a collaboration with Jordan Kaahn “Nothing To Lose” followed by a collaboration with Darkox “Places To Go.” Previous releases from Daniel Wanrooy on the label have been supported by BBC Radio 1, A State of Sundays (Sirius XM), BPM America’s Dance Hits Channel, and more.