Electronic | Matroda’s Sophomore Single of 2020 “Pictures” Is A House Charmer

Posted by on March 20, 2020

Fit for the clubs or your gym playlist, the versatility and digestibility of what “Pictures,” and much of the Matroda discography offer, is underrated on a mainstream level. With that said, the dance music community knows him well, as he’s toured the world, topped charts, and received love from some of the best in the game (Diplo, Calvin Harris, and others.) “Pictures” captures a nice bit of what the hype is all about, Matroda blending deep and inspiring emotion within a melancholy tech house structure. The end render is something we will be hearing in the dance public consciousness this year more than likely.

Matroda has the stamina, brand, and productivity to last for the long run. With a vibe that’s all his own and much to offer, don’t sleep on this guy.

Bass, House | Matroda Releases G-House Infused “Jack The House” Ahead Of EP

Posted by on February 5, 2020

“Jack The House” highlights more than just a song with a serious catchy aesthetic built in, but a mood and vibe and that signals to many some new, fresh, gritty, and easy to dance to. The single comes off Matroda’s upcoming EP and is the very first single to be release on Matroda’s new label Terminal Underground.’

Few acts have made such an imprint on modern genres such as G-house and bass-house like this solo act has, having releases on Dim Mak, Mad Decent, and Confession showcasing this very range of sound, it’s no surprise that has he has surpassed well over 700K monthly listeners on Spotify alone and extensive tour dates is no issue to secure. Matroda is a force to be reckoned with on a global scale.

Bass, House | Matroda Lights It Up On “Chronic”

Posted by on February 29, 2016

This one goes hard as hell. Matroda is a new guy on my map, but his track “Chronic” that dropped on Spinnin’ the other day was quite an introduction. The bass fueled g-house banger has an eerie lead vocal sample that is captivating and creepy at the same time, and the bass line is as brainwashing as the music video. Check out the visuals and audio for “Chronic” by Matroda, you won’t be able to blink.

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