[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] WOLV Records presents Miami 2017 Sampler, including five tracks produced by up and coming artists from around the glob.
The Dutch DJ — born Jordy van Egmond — aka Dyro, started his label in 2015, and since then he’s been trying to spread the mentorship on WOLV by helping out his first signee and Italian duo Goja, and launching a label radio show to showcase upcoming artists. He says he aims to focus more on artist’s careers than putting out singles to match what’s on the charts.
As local artists from around the Indian sub-continent continue to make their presence felt within the dance music industry, more than a few names have been putting their names out on the international stage. And the latest act to do so is none other than Delhi-based producer/DJ Seven & Seven. The up and coming bass music producer who has previously caught our attention with tracks like ‘Meraki‘, ‘Stable‘ and more is now stepping up his game for a phenomenal new release on Dyro’s WOLV label.
Titled ‘Argus‘, Seven & Seven’s latest effort has now made him the second Indian artist after NDS aka Siddharth Sharma to bag a release on the Dutch heavyweight’s own imprint. A solid future trap record, the high octane track kicks off with massive trap horns and wild bass lines before an insane electro-meets-trap drop throws down hard on listeners’ ears.
Except the unarguably a ruthless badboy ‘Argus‘, the Miami EP also includes Dyro and Goja’s collaboration, “Alive“, representing that dark and heavy sound of WOLV Records. After Dyro played this track at Ultra Miami, Martin Garrix also opened his set at EDC Las Vegas with it.
With signature sounds of Dyro and Goja, ‘Alive‘ opens up with a robotic intro. Its heavy and metallic screeches tease the humongous drop while dark pads cover the atmosphere. An intense build-up unleashes a striking drop full of dynamic electro sequences backed by a heavy bassline and punchy drums. Set to be a complete annihilator on dancefloors, “Alive” is truly a strong result of an epic team-up.
Munar’s “Rudeboi” edited by Dyro himself, Jaycen A’mour’s “Been So Down” and Stereoliez’s “GANGSTA TALK” featuring Xkore, are among the tracks that complete WOLV’s Miami Sampler 2017, which you grab here.