option4 Drops First Release on His HotBOi Records Imprint, “Lifeline”

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Denver’s option4 put out his first release on his own HotBOi Records imprint in the form of the deeply personal “Lifeline.”


Brennen Bryarly, better known to the masses as tech house DJ and producer option4, has been on a meteoric rise over the last year or so. Playing scores of shows in locations across the country and releasing music on imprints including Nervous Records and Club Sweat including collaborators such as Treasure Fingers and Worthy, he’s been making a name for himself in the tech house scene – and that is only continuing today with the release of his newest single, “Lifeline,” out now on his own HotBOi Records.

The track itself begins minimally enough but very quickly picks up steam to become an unquestionable late-night heater that features a stuck-in-your-head-for-days spoken vocal line provided by Bryarly himself paired with an infectious beat that will have you dancing for days. If you stop and listen for just a minute, the track has an incredibly personal meaning to it, too – so grab your headphones and give it a listen!

Related: Get ‘The Lowdown’ on option4 in our interview with him, and don’t forget to catch him on tour this spring with Worthy!

Stream option4 – Lifeline on Spotify:

Snag your copy of “Lifeline” on Beatport.

option4 had this to say about the release:

“This is easily one of the most introspective and personal records I’ve ever written. I got so consumed with the vocal in my head that I actually got scared to finish the song by myself. I called in help from Walker & Royce to help me engineer the tune to get it as good as it could be. I’m SO happy with the final product. It’s a club weapon for sure.”

What do you think about option4’s newest club tune? Let us know in the comments!

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Erin has been listening to electronic music on and off since the early 2000s, which is when trance music captured her heart and soul. Over the years, she has expanded into a number of other styles and genres, especially techno and house. Originally from Chicago, she spent the better part of the last decade seeking out any electronic music she could find, and traveled the length of the country in search of some incredible moments at festivals like EDC, TomorrowWorld, and the Dirtybird Campout. Having since settled in Denver, she focuses her energies primarily on the house and techno scene around town and traveling to mountain and west coast festivals whenever possible.