Albums | Perfect Havoc welcomes in 2024 with ‘Undertaker’ by Adam Griffin, Scott Forshaw & Damon Hess

Posted by on January 31, 2024

Perfect Havoc label boss and producer, Adam Griffin, steers his London-based imprint at
full pelt into 2024 with a banger of a first release. Teaming up with the established house
producers Scott Forshaw and Damon Hess and the upcoming UK vocal/rap star, Ragdoll,
Griffin drops the club-ready cut ‘Undertaker’ on 12th January. With bouncy tech house flair,
the attitude of g-house and Ragdoll’s rapid fire vocal rap delivery, ‘Undertaker’ is a punching
track guaranteed to blow out any remnants of the January blues.

As well as being a top A&R signing numerous platinum certified releases and breaking the
three-time Brit Award-nominated producer Joel Corry, Perfect Havoc co-founder Adam Griffin
has earned his producer stripes. This is evident in his 25 million streams on original
productions with the likes of Todd Terry, Tobtok and Anton Powers, plus earning six spins on
BBC Radio 1’s dance shows and Future Anthem status on the single ‘The Stand Off’ as
crowned by Mistajam.

Joining Griffin on ‘Undertaker’ is Scott Forshaw, a DJ and producer who is rapidly becoming
one of the biggest DJs in the Middle East thanks to his longstanding residencies at key Dubai
nightspots, Zero Gravity and Barasti. With over 10 million streams on his festival-sized
productions that’ve signed to heavyweights Armada, Ultra and Toolroom and received support
from David Guetta, Martin Garrix and Tiësto, Forshaw brings his dancefloor knowledge
straight into this new release, marking his debut on Perfect Havoc.

Completing this three-way collaboration is the mighty Damon Hess – a multi-skilled artist with
many strings to his bow. Hess is a charismatic presenter on Select Radio, a prolific producer
signing to Dirty Bird, Undr the Radr and 303Lovers, and most notably, one of Ibiza’s busiest
DJs. Regularly appearing at Eden, O Beach, Amnesia, Itaca Beach Club, Przyms, Atiks,
Evoque, South Beats Festival and Maspalomas, everything Hess knows about what works
on the dancefloor has been crammed into this new single.

Ragdoll is a new rap alias but no stranger to Perfect Havoc having featured on ‘Handle That
(Drip, Drip Drip)’ with Simon Field last year. Her edgy, standout delivery adds the perfect sass
to this already gritty release.

There’s a fizz in the air at Perfect Havoc HQ which can be heard in every track laid out in its
2024 release schedule. With a bigger sound and bigger energy than ever before, an exciting
year lies ahead for the independent label. Now in its 9th year, Perfect Havoc continues to define
crossover house music and to build on over 10 billion global streams, six UK Top 20 singles
and multiple platinum, gold, and silver awards.

Albums | Future house maestros Electric Polar Bears bring the heat with heart-thumping single “Fever”

Posted by on January 28, 2024

Future house maestros Electric Polar Bears are kicking off 2024 with a series of singles that seamlessly combine innovation with the unwavering nature of their signature sound. 

Staying true to their unique persona and branding, the Electric Polar Bears (who go by the names Zero and Snowball) have embraced a persona that combines the playful and quirky charm of polar bears with the high-energy world of electronic dance music. Known for their knack of curating a fun and whimsical atmosphere, the duo craft full sensory experiences where they combine 3000 LED heads, powerful confetti cannons, captivating lasers, frost machines, and an enchanting penguin parade—all set against the backdrop of their vibrant, lively house beats.

Their signature party-starting antics combined with their infectious sound and magnetic performance style have led to collaborations with notable artists such as Paris Hilton, Nitti Gritti, and TyDi; support from industry tastemakers like Afrojack, Alison Wonderland, Deorro, and Illenium; performances at renowned festivals, including Decadence Arizona, Water Castle Carnival, Global Dance Festival, Give Thanks, and Amsterdam Dance Event; and a showcase at Paris Hilton‘s Neon Wedding, cementing their status as a rising force in the music industry. The duo’s bi-weekly radio show, Igloo Radio, has also been syndicated to stations on five different continents, including Insomniac Radio.

2023 was huge for the polar bear-headed duo, a monumental year that saw them release their uplifting, retro-futurist Where We Started EP; reunite with pop culture icon Paris Hilton to remix her 2023 single, “Hot One“; and join forces with globally-certified, platinum-selling artist Deorro to release their energetic, big room house single “Front to Back.”

Now, fresh off the heels from their Decadence Arizona performance, Electric Polar Bears unveil their electrifying single “Fever” – a boundary-pushing track whose bouncy, vibrant presentation encourages listeners to release tension, lose themselves in the music, and let the rhythm take control. Expertly crafted via the duo’s finely tuned creative synergy – the song flexes a seamless concoction of Snowball’s keyboard skills and Zero’s rhythmic prowess – “Fever” sees Electric Polar Bears embark on a euphoric, infectious journey that’s sure set the dance music scene ablaze. 

Fever” kicks off with mesmerising arpeggiated chord progressions that hypnotically weave through the composition, accompanied by a vocal sample that chants “I got that fever.” Next, the track builds with anticipation before bursting into a cacophony of explosive rhythms and bass – a heart-thumping house beat that kicks off 2024 in style. 

Aimed to propel listener’s into a world of dancefloor bliss, “Fever” acutely embodies the next chapter of Electric Polar Bear’s journey, a track destined to leave an indelible mark on listeners across the globe. 

We’re thrilled to unleash ‘Fever,’ our latest single that’s set to turn up the heat and melt the ice. It’s a track that fuses our love for frosty vibes with fiery rhythms, creating a dance anthem that’s both cool and hot at the same time! – Electric Polar Bears

Albums | Elohim’s Position Music Release ‘Can’t Remember Your Name’ Exemplifies Her Resilience & Success

Posted by on January 27, 2024

Elohim is back with her latest single “Can’t Remember Your Name,” now out. This track comes on the heels of “Broken Face,” and dives even deeper into her personal experiences, particularly her battle with anxiety and the challenges of medication dependence during her 2023 tour.

This new song is a perfect blend of Elohim’s signature style – think dance vibes with a heavy dose of bass. It’s got those catchy synths and deep basslines that just pull you in. Elohim’s voice, as always, is a dream to listen to, floating over the music with lyrics that are super honest and straight from the heart. She talks about her tough times with anxiety and how medication played a big role in her life.

What makes “Can’t Remember Your Name” really stand out is how it feels like Elohim is just having a heart-to-heart with you. It’s like she’s sharing a piece of her life story, and it’s easy to connect with what she’s saying. The song isn’t just about the struggles, it’s about getting through them and coming out stronger.

Elohim has this way of turning her personal stories into songs that are not only great to listen to but also make you feel something. With this single, she continues to show how genuine she is as an artist. “Can’t Remember Your Name” is truly something special.


Albums | Jantoje Releases his Verano EP

Posted by on January 24, 2024

Jantoje is the brainchild of Sydney producer Jake Edwards, who is crafting a unique blend of indie-dance/electro-house music that can be likened to a mix between Rufus Du Sol, Odesza and Hayden James. Check out the new EP above now and a quote from the bubbling artist after the jump!

“This track was first started about two or three years ago. It wasn’t until I was going through all my project files from an old computer earlier this year when I came across it again. I had the progression down and added a vocal sample which I liked and chopped it up a bit with some resampling. Even though the song was first started a few years ago it actually came together quite quick and goes to show how your creativity can change overtime. I hope this track makes listeners want to dance at a festival or to go travelling and explore!” ~ Jantoje

Albums | UraelB Drops Slick New West Coast infused single on his latest track, “Dirty Toothbrush”

Posted by on January 23, 2024

UraelB, the enigmatic rapper who has defied the norms of the music industry since the age of 17, continues to captivate audiences with his latest single, ‘Dirty Toothbrush.’ The track serves as a teaser for his upcoming ‘NOSTALGIA’ EP, and it’s nothing short of a West Coast hip-hop masterpiece.

From the outset, ‘Dirty Toothbrush’ immerses listeners in UraelB’s vivid storytelling. Drawing on his experiences growing up in South Central LA, the rapper paints a poignant picture of adolescence, wild adventures with friends, and the carefree spirit of that time. The title itself, ‘Dirty Toothbrush,’ cleverly signifies the paradox of a life that may seem messy but is inherently pure and authentic.

Albums | DLG. Gets Real on “DIVE IN”

Posted by on January 20, 2024

DLG. continues to captivate audiences with his latest indie-psychedelic jam, “DIVE IN,” a track that delves into the intricate balance between passion and obsession. Following a successful mini tour supporting Healy around Californa, DLG. brings a fresh perspective to the music scene with this introspective release. by reflecting on the struggles and sacrifices that come with chasing dreams. Check out the new single by DLG. above now, it’s catchy as hell!

Albums | Angel District drops Emotion invoking “Carry Me Home”

Posted by on December 17, 2023

Up and coming producer & DJ Angel District is an artist to keep your eye on out of Las Vegas. His latest drop, “Carry Me Home,” unveils a deeply personal narrative. In the artist’s own words, the track is a promise to oneself—a declaration of independence and self-support. The song encapsulates the journey of learning to be there for oneself, resisting the urge to conform, and embracing personal growth. Tune in to the track above now and read a quote from him on the release below! /// “I wrote Carry Me Home from a mindset where, recently in life I’ve gotten to a place where I’ve learned how to better be there for myself. Carry Me Home is really about promising to yourself, that you have your own back – that you’re done selling out and bending to others and you will now and forever be there to grow, support, and care for yourself. This is, at least, what the song means to me. The song itself is probably the most perfect festival-set closing song I have ever made. It just has those incredible vocal moments where everyone can just bask in the emotion of the song before the build ups just take you to new heights and energy solidifying the power and joy of having someone on your corner. I think anyone who listens to it will be able to easily relate to the theme of the song, where some kind-soul in their world took the time to give them a leg up or throw a lifeline that drastically changed their life – whether that kind soul was legitimately another person or just the person themself is entirely up to the listener.” – Angel District