Both inclusive and highly competitive, house music is one of the biggest exports of the dance music world.
And a pair of artists who are currently dominating its global market is Wh0, an anonymous production outfit who’ve shown release after release that they’re not messing around when it comes to the speed of their output. But despite how frequently they’ve offered brand new selections to their ever-widening fan base, they never drop the ball when it comes to the quality of their production. This is an astounding feat for a set of artists who’ve been shrouded in mystery for so long; since dropping their first single, almost a year ago, they’ve been on the agenda’s forefront, despite no one knowing their true identities. Their music has done the talking, something which is seen less and less in today’s climate and they’ve certainly not used their platform to land into the playlists of tastemakers.
From releasing on the likes of Toolroom, 3Beat, and SubSoul, through to music dropped on their own imprint Wh0 Plays, they’ve become a formidable name both on the rosters of major players throughout house music and within their own grassroots fan base. Standalone tracks such as ‘Scream’ and ‘gReEdy’ have catapulted them into the forefront, whilst their Basement Jaxx reworks found their place amongst the scene’s heavyweights. For their next release, they’ve had their take on the Los Angeles based producer Slushii, injecting their thumping dancefloor prowess into his anthemic songwriting.
‘Never Let You Go’ ft. Sofia Reyes draws you straight into the American festival circuit, although Wh0’s sound helps give it a more club-fuelled edge. It adds another arsenal to their weaponry for the forthcoming Ibiza season, which will set off an array of dates, signaling their expansion across the live circuit – something sure to delight fans, alongside their brand new music.