Black V Neck

Tech house sensations Black V Neck are setting the dancefloor on fire with “See You Work,” out now on Dateless & Lucati’s Kȯlmē Records.


Miami-based tech house duo Black V Neck may style themselves as “Just a shirt that makes music,” but if the sounds coming out of their studio are any indication, they are so much more–and if they haven’t been on your radar until now, then you’re just in time. Today marks the release of their newest track, titled “See You Work,” on Dateless & Lucati’s Kȯlmē Records as part of their four-track Newkomers EP.

For their part, Black V Neck lent their considerable production skillset to the last track on the album, and “See You Work” has everything that you could possibly want from a tech house tune. It starts out simply enough, with minimalist percussion and an isolated vocal making the beats before adding a delectable Latin groove, an unmistakable hook, and a bevy of off-kilter sound effects that will keep you guessing as they ratchet the energy up.

It’s fun, it’s groovy, and it’s more than a little weird–and it’s going to be on repeat on your speakers as soon as you get it into your ears. Check out our exclusive premiere of “See You Work” and keep reading below for some words from Black V Neck about the track!

Stream Black V Neck – See You Work (Original Mix) – on SoundCloud:


Black V Neck had this to say about “See You Work” and working with Kȯlmē Records:

“This track is heavily influenced by our Cuban roots while still keeping the Miami House sound we grew up listening too. We are both really happy to be apart of one of the best up and coming labels and excited to share this track with the world!”

Enjoy “See You Work,” and make sure to check in with Kȯlmē Records for the full Newkomers EP, featuring tracks by Sterium, MKJAY, and EMUH.

Newkomers EP Album Art


Connect with Black V Neck on Social Media:

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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.

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