When certain producers drop a new track you always know that its going to be a banger. One of those producers is Dyro. Making his name through big room house whilst having a long lasting relationship with Revealed Recordings boss Hardwell – who released a lot of Dyro’s tracks through the imprint – a time came where the Dutch producer decided to change. Switching up his style and successfully taking on new labels, new genres, and a whole new audience, Dyro has brough bass house into his collection with his new release ‘Bring It Down‘ coming to STMPD Records.
After years of releases on heavyweight labels such as Revealed Recordings, Spinnin’ Records, and Musical Freedom, plus the opportunity to remix legend in the game including Axwell, Tiesto, and Nicky Romero, its safe to say the Dutchman has had a successful career. However, he decided to make a change to the way he approached music.
“I want to keep experimenting; I really don’t feel like you should be restricted by the idea of genre or a pre-formulated concept of what a track should sound like.”
The quote above comes from back in 2015, around the time when Dyro’s production rate decreased, due to his interest in making new genres and experimenting. Though he now produces less tracks than his early days, each track comes with a new sense of mystery and diversity. Unique exploration of genres is giving Dyro a new lease of life, and creating some spectacular outcomes.
Dropping ‘Bring It Down’ onto STMPD Records, run by his producer friend Martin Garrix, the bass-heavy track comes with plenty of punch. Receiving early support from Garrix in his sets, plus radio plays from Firebeatz, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, the track is clearly having a big impact on the top names in electronic music. With an infectious vocal and running bassline taking the track towards a huge bass house drop, it’ll be no surprise if the likes of Jauz and Joyryde begin dropping this banger from Dyro.
Available to stream or buy now, the track is out for the masses, and is set to take its position within sets worldwide. Listen to Dyro’s new release ‘Bring It Down’: