The French masked lord Malaa is back with his second release of the year. He's joined forces with Australian electro house producer JACKNIFE to deliver "Revolt." If this doesn't make your face scrunch and head bob, you may need to check your pulse. The release features visuals by Nicolas Caeyers that encapsulate the in-your-face energy the two DJs throw down on this epic track. It's released today on Premiere Classe Records.
"Revolt" is dripping with pounding synths and slapping bass beats. It has the perfect amount of percussion to get you going with those distorted vocals. Malaa and JACKNIFE lend their unique sounds to create a dark club track that is going to kill it in both the clubs and festival circuits.
Malaa has been dominating the underground dance scene for years now, always wearing his iconic balaclava onstage to mask his identity. He's worked alongside Skrillex, Diplo, DJ Snake, and of course, Tchami, who's label Confession has housed dozens of his EP's and singles. You can catch the masked madman at EDC Las Vegas this weekend, as well as The Brooklyn Mirage and Freaky Deaky
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JACKNIFE came up after a slew of successful releases on Insomniac Records, Kannibalen Records, Armada Music and Pinnacle Collective. The Aussie producer has made a name for himself pushing progressive stylings. He's supported Diplo, Bro Safari, Zeds Dead, Dr. Fresch, Jauz and many more. His latest release, the Bladed Black EP, was highly received and proves this is going to be a big year for the young producer.