JAUZ is turning up the heat this summer with the announcement of the This Is Off The Deep End compilation LP that’s due out on July 26.
JAUZ may be known to his fans as the “Daddy Shark” of bass house but come July 26 he’ll be dipping his toes into some fresh water as he just announced the release date for his new compilation LP titled JAUZ presents: This Is Off The Deep End. Featuring 10-tracks in total, the LP is slated for release on his label Bite This! and will showcase a deeper side of JAUZ – both literally and figuratively.
Although he might be known for his signature hard-hitting basslines, JAUZ will be putting those on hold and experimenting with some sounds from the underground. The compilation will deliver two new JAUZ tracks as well as music from some other unnamed friends making for an exciting taste as to what this side of our favorite shark sounds like.
This year has already been a massive one for JAUZ as he’s been riding a nonstop wave of releases and sets that have kept his fans coming back for more. Recently collaborating with UK producer Axel Boy on “I Dare You,” he also finally delivered on his promise of remixing “Baby Shark” for the masses and gave fans at Coachella a first taste of it back in April. With a packed summer ahead of him with performances at Tomorrowland, SW4, Creamfields, and more, we can’t wait to see what else Jauz has in store for us to feast on!
Stream “I Dare You” on SoundCloud, pre-save This Is Off The Deep End on Spotify or Apple Music, and read on for some insight from JAUZ about the upcoming compilation!
“Throughout my career, the term “Off The Deep End” has been used in so many different ways… but it’s never represented what I really wanted that brand to be. After a LOT of hard work, planning and waiting for the right moment, the time is finally here to show you exactly what Off The Deep End means to me. 10 carefully curated tracks including 2 new songs from myself showcasing the deeper, techier side of the JAUZ project. This is just the beginning of a much bigger journey… but for now, forget what you thought you knew. THIS is Off the Deep End.”