After first releasing on Wh0's Wh0 Worx label back in February of this year, Heider returns with a Tech House slammer entitled 'The Bump'. With a wriggling bassline, slick kicks and infectious vocals, 'The Bump' arrives just in time for the return of nightlife.
Having first graced Wh0 Plays back in June alongside Makree with 'Told You Once', DIAL9 now gets set to unleash 'Somethin'' via Wh0's Wh0 Worx imprint. A two-track EP in which the title track features Hedara, both 'Somethin'' and 'How We Used To' are both two dancefloor-ready bangers with feel-good vibes throughout.
Japanese DJ and producer KTTK is next to grace Wh0's Wh0 Worx label with 'Lover', a two-track EP boasting dancefloor focused energy throughout. With an infectious sassy vocal, driving bassline and slick drum work both 'Lover' and 'F.T.T.H' are club-ready bangers ready to raise the roof.
Next on Wh0 Worx is Rodri with a dancefloor-focused two-track EP entitled 'Do You'. Boasting peak-time Tech House energy throughout with a driving bassline, precision drum work, and lush vocal cuts, both 'Do You' and 'Like That' are sure to do serious damage in the club this summer.
Wh0 continues to champion some of the hottest rising talents in Tech House via their Wh0 Worx imprint, next up is Crane The Brain with 'What Time'. Two club-focused cuts with a pumping bassline, harsh synth stabs and haunting vocals, both 'What Time' and 'Give Me Your Money' are sure to set the dancefloor on fire!
ext up on Wh0 Worx is Welsh duo Litchy & Smiley with two dancefloor-ready club cuts entitled 'Together' and 'Good Love'. Boasting precision kicks, wobbly basslines, and slamming vocal cuts both 'Together' and 'Good Love' are built for peak-time.
Following their latest release on Sink Or Swim, rising duo Dissolut return with another club heater, this time on Wh0’s Wh0 Worx label with fresh EP Speaker Test. Hailing from a small town in Germany, Luis and Sorin AKA Dissolut have been swiftly making a name for themselves. Forming through their mutual passion for electronic music, the pair have now produced an impressive catalogue for themselves including releases on the likes of Toolroom, Sola, REALM, Superfett, Get Twisted, Sink Or Swim, Armada Deep, Distortion, Stashed Music, Basement Sound, Cr2 and many more. Most notably, their release Street Move via Slightly Sizzled landed the no.2 spot on the Beatport Chart, marking huge promise for the rising talent as they progress into 2021. As well as landing an endless list of dance-ready releases, they have also received tastemaker backing from heavyweights including MK, Gorgon City, Tough Love, Joel Corry, TCTS on Kiss FM and now fellow esteemed duo Wh0. Debuting with two-track EP Speaker Test on Wh0 Worx, they add to their growing list of fans with the release seeing approval from Chris Lake, SIDEPIECE, Jamie Jones, Claude VonStroke, Shadow Child, Motez and more. Boasting peak time energy Speaker Test features a hypnotic vocal groove amongst rugged tech house basslines. Meanwhile, Keep It Moving experiments with acid stabs and warps amongst trippy vocal loops made for the club, making the EP the ultimate dance floor package. Dissolut – Speaker Test is out now via Wh0 Worx.
Straight off the back of their debut single 'Monster', Bad Intentions link up with Flagler for the killer single 'Hooked' released on Wh0's Wh0 Worx imprint. 'Hooked' is a deep tech house groover with a wobbly bassline, slick vocal cuts, and precision kicks. On the flip side, Bad Intentions give us a taste of summer with a sunshine-inspired refix ready for the dancefloor.
After releasing on Wh0 Plays Compilation Vol.1, Bad Intentions now make their Wh0 Worx debut with a peak-time pumper entitled 'Monster'. Jam-packed with a powerful driving bassline, precision kicks, and intense breakdowns, 'Monster' boasts dark energy throughout, itching to be unleashed to busy dancefloors.
Following the success of Heider's 'Keep It Simple' on Wh0's newly launched imprint Wh0 Worx, the masked duo invites Forbid to the label for a fierce single entitled 'Shake Up'. Pushing his niche sound of queer house, Forbid has been making waves all over the world and has seen releases on Axtone, Selected, and Force Of Habit Records to name a few. Boasting a deep grooving bassline, exciting vocal cuts, and hypnotic synth patterns 'Shake Up' is one for the early morning hours.
With their star continuing to rise at sonic speed, mysterious Wh0’s label imprint Wh0 Plays Records has unsurprisingly expanded, as they introduce their new sister label Wh0 Worx. Focusing on darker, grittier Tech-House, Worx is off the mark strong, with their debut release “Keep It Simple” from much talked about, Heider. Delivering a hypnotic vocal loop, powerful kicks and brimming with big energy, this confident premiere is setting the bar high….very high!
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