Franky Wah Shines Brightly on Latest EP

Franky Wah

Franky Wah delivers his latest two-track EP Dopa La Vida / Mandé as he continues to rise through the ranks of progressive house royalty.

Franky Wah continues to carve out his place amongst the best in the game. From cutting his teeth early on to recently honing his skills as a progressive force on Anjunadeep, he refuses to fade into monotony. As we enter the new year, that can only mean one thing from this multi-faceted, genre-blending artist – new music. 

Fans from around the world have come to know Franky Wah’s beautifully balanced sound as he walks the line between progressive and melodic house, his latest body of work, Dopa La Vida / Mandé, takes listeners on a journey into the future. This two-track release also marks a major milestone for the UK-based producer as he lands on John Digweed’s renowned imprint Bedrock Records.

John and I have been in back and forth talks for years about music so this release is something that’s been in the pipeline for a while. I feel like now really is the perfect time for me to release with Bedrock as they’re another bucket list label to tick off my list and they’ve also allowed me to showcase a completely different side to my production. This release showcases a more underground and rolling sound as opposed to having that big room sound that people might now be expecting from me. To be releasing via the label and to have the backing of someone like John really is an honour.

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Franky Wah shines a light on his immense progressive energy as “Dopa La Vida” lays down a dark, minimal groove perfect for those late nights that blend into the morning. He puts his production prowess front and center, expertly delivering a driving low-end while a glittering, arpeggiated synth carries the melody through undulating vocal cuts. Ghostly, atmospheric chords permeate the track as the tension builds higher before unleashing into an incendiary drop that is sure to have you two-stepping in no time at all. 

Mandé” exposes an even deeper side to Franky Wah’s freshly minted minimal progressive sound. Electrified synth stabs and bubbling bass cuts carry the energy throughout, and we again find ourselves amongst expertly crafted melodies. Beautiful percussive elements go hand in hand with his dark yet easily danceable vibe, yet this track helps him showcase a new level for his masterful productions.  

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It was a decade ago that Logan Garrison, better known as DJ Lo_G, first took the stage to spin sets for crowds in the snowy towns of Lake Tahoe and Aspen. Originally spinning sounds in the realm of glitch and bass music, he began to develop a passion for all things house as he returned to his hometown and hasn’t looked back since. Over the years, DJ Lo_G has become a fixture in the Aspen nightlife scene as he has found a home at Belly Up and regularly warms up the stage for some of dance music’s biggest artists like The Chainsmokers, Chris Lake, Slow Magic, Nora En Pure, and most recently ZHU. Joining the EDM Identity team back in 2018, he’s dug even deeper into dance music and the festival scene. Whether he’s covering events like Mysteryland and shows in Aspen, interviewing artists like Hannah Wants, and reviewing fresh releases, his passion for the entire community shines throughout.

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