A Year in Wh0: We Take a Look At The Best Releases From The Duo

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There aren’t many dance music listeners who haven’t heard of the name Wh0; since their decision to collaborate twelve months ago (albeit anonymously) and since then they’ve landed tracks on some of the biggest imprints the genre has to offer.

From rising to notoriety through their ‘Where’s Your Head At’ rework of the Basement Jaxx classic, they’ve already released on mainstay imprints such as 3 Beat, Toolroom, and SubSoul, whilst also dropping music on their Wh0 Plays platform. Not many electronic acts can boast the same catalogue, over such a short space of time, which is why tastemakers such as Scott Mills, Mistajam and Pete Tong have taken notice – as well as the vast fan base they’ve built in just under a year.

Their most recent single on Positiva, delivered just a few weeks ago, is the ‘Happy People’ collaboration with Chicago legend Byron Stingly. His soul-filled vocals add an old-school touch to ‘Happy People’ and as a result, they jump straight back into the playlists of trendsetters globally.

In celebration of their new release, we countdown our top selections from the Wh0 catalogue and the wealth of labels they’ve now released on.


Dropped on SubSoul at the start of this year, ‘gReEdY’ signified that 2019 was set to be another huge part of the duo’s journey.


Powering its way through the Beatport charts, ‘Scream’ was arguably the biggest introductions into the Wh0 sound. This was one of the first tracks to come under the radar of such a widespread audience and as a result, Wh0 began their climb as newcomers to more mainstay figures.


With jiving percussive patches and thumping kick drums, ‘Raveolution’ takes you into the jaunty world of Wh0, with the two producers always adhering to a high-grade style of production whilst never sacrificing their music’s dance ability. ‘Raveolution’ is the perfect example of this.

Le Chant

‘Le Chant’ takes on the typical house beat rhythms and bass whilst twisting it through the Wh0 signature, as a result, they found their place within the Toolroom roster and they were showcased across their formidable reach within electronic music.

You can buy their new single ‘Happy People’ ft. Byron Stingly, here.

Hannah Helbert


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