After tantalizing listeners and industry alike with his twisted, decadent ‘Chapter One’. EP, the faceless enigma Howwler is back to haunt dreams with the next edition. ‘Chapter Two’. builds on the dark ambiance that its predecessor set as the foundation for Howwler’s eerie aesthetic; it begins with his signature, eerie wolf howl, a sure sign that he is about to lead the listener into the night. The opening track “The Vault” sets the tone for the EP, featuring purposeful, jarring percussion and ominous basslines, coupled with laser-influenced on the topline. Its prophetic, ominous feel will have listeners on the edge of their seats throughout its entirety. However, Howwler is just getting started; the real standout of the EP is “One Mode.” The intro builds anticipation with increasingly persistent beats until the track explodes into a cacophony of swift, serrating synths and pummeling basslines. It’s the type of acid house and techno influenced track that ravers have lost their minds to in dark warehouses for decades, and Howwler is the mad scientist on stage.
While Howwler’s identity still remains a mystery, he is revealing his incredible talent with each progressive release. After debuting ‘Chapter One’ the anonymous producer draws similarities to the legendary Gesaffelstein in his “Pursuit” period; it is an assault to the senses in which an equally disturbed listener will find a deep and hedonistic pleasure. It’s clear that Howwler’s sound is not for virgin ears-his tracks appeal to seasoned listeners who have cut their teeth on underground music. While his true name is a complete mystery, the well-known Paradigm Talent Agency has discovered Howwler and signed him to their ranks. Paradigm also hosts producers in the same musical range as Howwler, such as A-Trak, REZZ and Mija. Howwler cannot hide in the shadows forever, but we have been warned: something wicked this way comes…
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DØBER Returns To Protocol With Riding Tech/Electro-Influenced “Tear The Roof”
DØBER is back on Protocol with his new single “Tear The Roof”, a party-ready track that follows up on his debut “Twisted” EP from earlier this year. The release received a strong welcome, amassing over 130k streams on Spotify since its release on February 14th. The newcomer’s propensity for intense club music, that toes the line between electro and tech-house, is once again evident in the form of heavy percussive synths over a driving bassline and distorted, catchy vocals. “Tear The Roof” is uniquely different from previous tracks “Make It Better” and “Losing My Mind,” which channeled more groovy and trap influences, respectively, indicating that DØBER has more up his sleeve than meets the eye.
Nicky Romero and the Protocol crew can always be counted on for cutting-edge new music, melding a variety of genres for exciting and unexpected sounds. Their latest additions feel right at home with that mantra, bringing a fusion of tech-house and electro sound with plenty of grooves to the table. DØBER joins a full roster of talented producers such as Thomas Gold, Deniz Koyu, Marc Benjamin, Teamworx, Maximals, and more. The talented newcomer draws his inspiration from artists such as Dogblood, ZHU, and Gesaffelstein, promising plenty of dark, hard-hitting tunes to add to the label’s repertoire. Protocol’s mixture of veteran heavyweights and fresh new talent makes for some of the most exciting releases in the game, along with the unlimited potential for collaborations. We look forward to more releases from DØBER and the rest of the Protocol team coming soon!
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Let Barong Family Transport You To The Crazy Nightlife Of Thailand With This Album!
After a three-part series of mini-releases, Barong Family‘s highly anticipated ‘Hard in Bangkok’ LP is finally out in full force! Although travel is limited for many listeners right now, the album will whisk you away to Thailand’s capital city, where 14 artists of the Barong crew gathered to hang out, exchange ideas, and as a result of the production camp, made new music. “Hard in Bangkok” brims with its spirit, from the cacophonous and frenzied theme of hardstyle-influenced, hard-hitting tracks like “Tom Yam Disco” from Sihk and Stoltenhoff to the down-and-dirty, booty-shaking vibe of RayRay and Crisis Era’s “Naughty.” There’s even “BKK to LA,” which is Rawtek & LNY TNZ’s trap answer to vocal bass. Yellow Claw makes appearances on four tracks, opening with “Supernoize,” that opened the album’s tracklist and announced it as a single release back in January; following up with “Beat Your Mother” featuring Radical Redemption and Lil Texas, “Let There Be Bass” with Dither, as well as “Free Your Mind” with Crisis Era. Barong Family pulled off a label-wide album with flying colors, and we can’t wait to see what exotic location inspires their next one!
Jim Taihuttu and Nils Rondhuis are the talented duo behind Yellow Claw, the electronic music artist project that has been changing the game in bass music since 2013. Their heavy, hip-hop-influenced, and club-ready sound began on their early tracks like “DJ Turn It Up” and “In My Room” ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Tyga – which collectively are about to surpass 300M streams on Spotify alone and both have been certified Gold. Yellow Claw’s 2015’s debut album “Blood For Mercy” hit #1 on Billboard’s Heat Seekers Chart, Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart, and scored an Edison Award – the Dutch equivalent of GRAMMY. They haven’t slowed down since, with a packed tour calendar that included last year’s epic takeover of the LA’s iconic Shrine Auditorium to a crowd of 7K people, and their work with Barong Family label. Stay tuned for more new music from this ready-ready crew coming this year!
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Barong Family Drops New EP + Brings The Party To Coronavirus Affected Fans In Asia
The Barong Family‘s crew just released their new EP ‘Barong Family – Hard in Bangkok Pt. 1’ a four-track release consisting of new music from the label’s prodigy artists Crisis Era, Rawtek, Sihk, Stoltenhoff, Radical Redemption, and Nonsens, in addition to Yellow Claw‘s last month’s release “Supernoize” with Juyen Sebulba featuring RayRay. The EP serves as a prelude to label’s full length 20-track “Hard In Bangkok” album dropping on March 27. Yellow Claw and their Barong Family’s appeal goes beyond their meticulous production and rage-ready sound. The attention to their fans through gestures like this one is what truly sets them apart from the crowd, and they aren’t about to let coronavirus keep their fans from having a great time. Amid the worldwide concern about the virus, many of their fans in Asia are quarantined and unable to leave their homes to attend shows, so the Dutch duo broadcasted a live set from their home studio in Bali on the Chinese social media platform Huya. The almost 2-hour long show attracted 2.2 million viewers who went wild, commenting on the platform that they were hosting viewing parties in their homes while under quarantine.
Jim Taihuttu and Nils Rondhuis are the talented duo behind Yellow Claw, the electronic music artist project that has been changing the game in bass music since 2013. Their heavy, hip-hop-influenced, and club-ready sound began on their early tracks like “DJ Turn It Up” and “In My Room” ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Tyga – which collectively are about to surpass 300M streams on Spotify alone and both have been certified Gold. Yellow Claw’s 2015’s debut album “Blood For Mercy” hit #1 on Billboard’s Heat Seekers Chart, Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart, and scored an Edison Award – the Dutch equivalent of GRAMMY. They haven’t slowed down since, with a packed tour calendar that included last year’s epic takeover of the LA’s iconic Shrine Auditorium to a crowd of 7K people, and their work with Barong Family label. Stay tuned for more tracks from “Hard in Bangkok” coming soon to see what’s next from the Barong Family’s crew.
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Listen To Valentino Khan’s Full ‘House Party’ Remix EP
Infamous party-starter Valentino Khan just dropped his full ‘House Party’ remix EP after leaking two tracks this month, Eliminate’s remix of “Pony” and Tchami’s remix of Valentino Khan & Diplo’s “JustYourSoul.” As the first two releases demonstrated, the remix EP will satisfy fans of everything from future house to electro and bass. The four new tracks include appearances by rising artists including Drezo, who put a grimy bass spin on Valentino & Chris Lorenzo’s “Flip The Switch,” Born Dirty’s funky “What’s Your Name,” Schade’s minimal bass rendition of “BRB,” and Ibranovski’s tech-house inspired “Better.” Following the theme of his original album, Khan guarantees a dirty good time from every track. Press play on the ‘House Party’ remix EP and enjoy your favorite anthems in a whole new way.
The world was introduced to LA-based DJ and producer Valentino Khan in 2014, when he burst onto the scene with his debut EP “In Khan We Trust” on Skrillex’s OWSLA label. Khan’s sound possessed a unique versatility, incorporating elements of trap, bass, hardstyle, house, and more into a driving, often heavy sounds that found homes on labels such as Mad Decent, Spinnin Records, and Ultra. In 2015, Khan’s original track “Deep Down Low” became an international sensation, earning the title of “Most Played Track” of the year and topping vSirius XM’s #1 Song of 2015 on Electric Area. Since then, he has earned a reputation as a remix master with official renditions of RL Grime’s “Pressure,” Alison Wonderland’s “Good Enough,” Calvin Harris’s “One Kiss” and more. His original productions include “Pump,” which has over 17M streams on Spotify, “Gold” with Sean Paul, as well as production credits for the likes of 2 Chainz, B.O.B., Dizzee Rascal, Iggy Azalea, TI. and more. On the touring front, Khan sold out his show at the iconic Hollywood Palladium this year, featuring a b2b set with Shaquille O’Neal (DJ Diesel) and a surprise appearance by legend Snoop Dogg. 2020 is already shaping up to be the year of Valentino Khan, and we can’t wait to see what happens next.
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LISTEN NOW: 4 Banging Tracks On JSTJR’s ‘Creatures’ EP
JSTJR has linked up with Rawtek and Snappy Jit on the ‘Creatures’ EP, out now via his new label Group Chat. You need to check his 4 banging tracks to witness he doesn’t stop to showcase his upbeat style enjoyed by many. As a matter of fact, these tunes were part of his DJ sets during the summer’s festival season. Fortunately, they’re now available to stream on Spotify but also on Beatport and other online music stores exclusively for Electro House DJs. According to the artist himself, this material reflects his crazy and wild side. Likewise, one way or another, he makes sure his productions uphold contagious energy. Give it a try below.
✔︎ Tour dates
December 14th, 2019 – Big Night Live – Boston, MA
December 31st, 2019 – Countdown NYE – San Bernardino, CA
January 22nd, 2020 – Holy Ship Wrecked! – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
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