Summer spelt success for American-Canadian duo Ephwurd following a busy tour in both the US and Canada featuring headlining slots on the festival scene. Performances saw the house music curators tackle Lollapalooza, Shambhala, Global Dance Festival and a mainstage spot at EDC Las Vegas. But their flying momentum just soared to new heights with the launch of their brand new label Eph’d Up Records and its very first track release ‘Phunky Beats’. As Datsik and Bais Haus continue to explore their brand, Ephwurd express their excitement:
“As artists who enjoy a broad range of music going from the most hype tunes to the most chill, we wanted to be able to freely give music to our fans without the time constraints of a label. Sometimes we finish a song and it won’t be months until you, the fans, get to hear what we have been working on and its such a huge bummer. Eph’d Up Records gives us the freedom to give you folks music when we want and when you deserve it, because life is happening now and it’s not set on some schedule. With that said, we are launching the label with a tune of ours that we’ve been dropping for well over a year now and it always goes off! Ladies and gentlemen, we give you ‘Phunky Beats’.”
Their new track ‘Phunky Beats’ is a collaboration with JVST SAY YES and its destined to rock mainstages alike. Hard-hitting from the onset, the notorious track vocals ‘if you really like to rock those funky beats‘ are driven by an infectious and electrifying beat filled with exhilarating synths and a more than pulsating bassline. Brace yourself for the drop and chorus as that is where the magic happens.
Ephwurd is on track to be one of electronic dance music’s hottest property this winter. The artists will drop a hot streak of releases between now and the end of the year with freshly released ‘Phunky Beats’ proving to be the first of many. You can catch the rowdy pair at their next performance in Mezzanine in San Francisco, CA. Find the full list of performance dates here, in the meantime listen to the groovy sounds of ‘Phunky Beats’ below and let us know in the comments what you think.