Warden is intent on getting dancefloors moving deep into the night with his latest offering, “Control”.

Ever since hearing his sick sound on track “Do It Like This” back in 2016, we’ve been keeping our ears tuned to the sounds coming from Warden‘s studio. Last year saw the release of his Ascension EP that left us seriously impressed, and just over a year later Warden has stunned us once again with his latest release “Control”.

Giving us a taste of what’s to come on his upcoming EP, Emerge, which is due out on October 3, this new offering from one of Los Angeles’ rising stars is one that you definitely will want to tune into. “Control” brings elements of house music that infects your body to keep your feet tapping along with the beat with some dark, heavy bass sounds that add a gritty feel to the tune.

A perfect track for those underground warehouse parties that last from dusk until dawn, “Control” is sure to get you moving on the dancefloor with its funky, energetic style. Take a listen to the track below, let us know what you think about the release, and read on for some insight on the track straight from Warden!

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Stream or purchase the track on your favorite platform today and stay tuned for the full release of the upcoming Emerge EP next month!

““Control” was inspired by my two favorite Boiler Room sets from the House of Vans in 2013. Both Gesafflestein and Boys Noize threw down some of the weirdest, funkiest, and ultimately high energy sounding techno I have ever heard. I still go back to listen to those sets for inspiration. While writing “Control” my goal was to capture that energy and mix it with heavier sounds.”

– Warden

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Grant has been listening to electronic dance music since the early 2000s. Actively involved in the EDM community, Grant is an admin for the EDC & Coachella subreddits and their Facebook groups. Previously he has been part of several EDM startups and promotion companies such as Shamele55, Electric State of Mind and Q-Dance. Originally listening to trance artists such as ATB, Armin Van Buuren and Paul Oakenfold, Grant has expanded his listening experience to include a full set of genres ranging from hardstyle to deep house and has been regularly attending both festivals and club events since 2010.

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