If there’s one upcoming artist to keep your eyes glued to, it’s JOYRYDE. The U.K. born artist has made some serious moves in the past year with the debut of his North American tour, an epic Diplo and Friends mix and releasing banger after banger.
Well, JOYRYDE is at it again. He just dropped his newest single with OWSLA, “I Ware House.”
The track is an ode to the elusive warehouse raves in the 90s. Starting off with eerie sirens, the song builds up to not one, but two different screeching drops. It continues in JOYRYDE’s typical bass house fashion, but then he throws in a little something different for this one— some banging trap beats. His ability to navigate through genres truly shows how dynamic of an artist he is.
The video too, brings us to the underground. Set in an open warehouse, the video captures the essence of early raves. It is dark, grimey and intimate.
JOYRYDE made a post to his Facebook page explain the inspiration for the video.
“I Ware House” is available for free download and will be released on an EP with OWSLA later this year.