Omega Squad

San Diego-based Omega Squad has released a fresh tune dubbed “Call The Fire” along with a brand new imprint for forthcoming releases, Atomic Disco!


Omega Squad has been pumping out some seriously infectious tunes since first arriving on the scene back in 2015. Based out of San Diego, Brian has continually kept dancefloors packed full while delivering his signature blend of breakbeat, industrial, and bass sounds that are absolute jams. Now, Omega Squad has given us more beats to dance to with the release of a fresh new tune dubbed “Call The Fire”.

Interlacing elements of glitch-hop, midtempo, and a touch of future bass, “Call The Fire” is some of Omega Squad’s best work yet. The track starts off slow with some highlighted piano tones before kicking into full gear with a powerful drop and vocal chop that will have you bobbing right along with the beat. Adding to the excitement for the track is the news of a new imprint, Atomic Disco, that will play host to future releases as well.

Take a listen to the tune below, stream or purchase “Call The Fire” on your favorite platform, and let us know what your thoughts are in the comments!

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“I’ve been working on a new batch of songs over the last few months, branching out and hitting all different genres which has been a lot of work, but artistically liberating for sure.  “Call the Fire” is the first release out of that batch so its super exciting to share it with everyone and pop it out on my own label, which has also been a ton of work but its all been super worth it.  Its a midtempo EDM grinder with glitch hop and industrial elements as well as some future bass influence which straight up comes from being lucky enough to have gotten to work with the guys from the Lifted who are easily two of the most innovative brains in the genre.”

– Omega Squad

Omega Squad Call The Fire


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