BROHUG SHOWCASE THEIR STYLE ON 4-TRACK “MIXTAPE 1” EP!

Swedish trio BROHUG is back with their newest release “Mixtape 1” a four-track bundle that perfectly represents their signature bass house sound. The sonic style ranges from more tech influenced tracks like “Party Out“, which they’ve debuted in live sets earlier this year and released as a single back in February, to the tribal infused “Detox” and the hard-hitting “Say My Name“. However, if you are ever in need of euphonious vocals, BROHUG has you covered with “Trouble” which still kicks with a heavy drop and driving basslines. “Mixtape 1” follows BROHUG‘s “1990” with Kaskade and recently released “Preacher” with Loge21, out on Spinnin’ Records. “Mixtape 1” is out on their own BROHOUSE imprint. 

Regardless of their satirical stage name, BROHUG is not here to play games. Since John Dahlbäck and the Lunde Bros formed BROHUG in 2016, the trio has worked with Ghastly, remixed Steve Angello, and released on labels such as ConfessionSpinnin’ RecordsDim MakMusical Freedom, and their label BROHOUSE. In 2019, their release schedule was packed with relentless hit after hit. Virtually unrivaled, their touring has been intense since the start. BROHUG has really put their name out, with sets on festivals like Ultra Music FestivalTomorrowland, touring Australia and several tours in the US and Asia. A new decade brings with it new possibilities, so stay tuned to hear more from BROHUG coming soon.


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