Someone wake up that dude from Green Day. The month of September has been more than eventful over at Electric Hawk HQ. We did our last Harmony Virtual Music Festival, collabed with Wobble Factory on our first merch drop, and released a ton of new music. So, we compiled this list of all things Hawk, from Nest Releases to EH label releases, to just our artist fam making BIG moves.
The Nest is back
The Nest is our way of spotlighting newborn talent in the underground. We brought back The Nest in September and dropped a new track every Wednesday.
Firstly, kicking off the month was Biral’s insane track “Query,” which yours truly geeked over here.
Then we had electro-soul banger “Complex” from Phunk Bias. Fellow hawk Ryan shared his thoughts on it here.
The next week YAWA. and RagdollTk delivered “Deja Vu.” A unique house track with a dark undertone.
Next was wave tune “Eidolon” from False Color and AVKW. Which I could not hype up enough here.
Electric Hawk droppin bangers
We also had some pretty hot releases on our label this month too.
It’s been 19 days since iSorin dropped “Dissociate” and our minds are still scrambled and jaws still on the floor. A huge tune with an infectious melody.
Then Rezi came out swinging with his EP Rocket Power. Five tracks of just dummy madness, artfully blended together. You can read more about it here.
Some of our bb birbs are making BIG moves
A lot of Electric Hawk artist fam has been doing the damn thing this month, and it has to be acknowledged.
Slang Dogs teamed up with Lichwood for “Silence”
Fryar collabed with Mersiv for their Paradise EP
BrunchBeatz released “Crepe” on Subsidia Records
Avante had his debut set during our Harmony finale
Acrillics dropped “Chroma”
IZZI dropped “Rekt”
SAGZ dropped “Sacred Blood”
Cole Jackson remixed Pauline Herr’s track “Different”
INFDL remixed IDK’s track “24”
It’s safe to say September was a success.
If you’re looking for a solid playlist to follow? Keep up with our weekly Spotify Playlist, Fresh Hunts. Whether it’s the newest drops from all your other favorite artists, some old school, or underground – we just want you to hear it.
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