After launching their own record label Eph’d Up just a few months ago, DJ-duo Ephwurd is back with “Function”.
LA-based duo Ephwurd has had a whirlwind of a few months. After launching Eph’d Up Records, as well as releasing “Phunky Beats” and “Money” with Fatman Scoop, they’ve released another killer collaboration dubbed “Function“.
For this single, Datsik and Bais Haus (who together make up Ephwurd) have teamed up with rock/folk duo ONEEVA and British/Japanese singer Natalie Kyoko Waters. Needless to say, this track is as genre-defying as it is catchy.
The song has a slow start with a gradual build accompanied by dreamy vocals, but it quickly transitions into a classically filthy Ephwurd-worthy drop. “Function” seamlessly blends synth-pop, bass, and Natalie’s vocals together to create this unique collaboration.
“Function” is out today through Eph’d Up Records and there’s even a free download available, so make sure to check it out!
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Ephwurd can definitely go into the new year knowing that 2017 was one for the books. Over summer, they hit major festivals such as EDC Las Vegas, Shambhala, Lollapalooza, and more! They also performed in major cities such as LA, Washington, DC, and San Diego. On top of that, these king of collabs just released a remix for GRiZ and Big Gigantic and launched Eph’d Up Radio with the help of iHeart/Evolution.
It’s no surprise that “Function” hits as hard as these two do, just affirming the fact that Ephwurd is definitely worth watching in 2018!
With an impressive history of releases, collaborations, and live performances, Ephwurd has been one of the most prominent players in the electronic music scene.
Since their debut, Ephwurd has helped push the bass scene forward by releasing quality beats and taking the stage at festivals and events all over. Just during the summer festival season this year alone, Ephwurd rocked countless stages at distinguished festivals such as Shambhala, EDC Las Vegas, Lost Lands Music Festival, Global Dance Festival, and many others.
Datsik himself is one of the first pioneers of modern bass music as we know it. He has pushed out bangers and strained the boundaries of electronic dance music for quite some time. Bais Haus is the son of one of jazz, swing band Manhattan Transfer’s founders. They’ve played alongside musical acts who will go down as some of the biggest in electronic music history. Stay tuned for the expect epic things we can expect to see from this duo in the future.
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