New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Blanke & Kayoh arrive on New Noise with "Supercharged," a heart-pounding mid-tempo electro track filled with suspenseful builds and formidable bass riffs. "From stunningly creative flips, to highly addictive remixes and gorgeous originals, Blanke continues to hold our attention as he prepares to climb to the top in 2018," exclaimed RunTheTrap in their Australian Producers to Watch in 2018 article.
Blanke's fresh remixes of Peking Duk's "Stranger," and Tommy Trash's "Sinners" sparked the attention of listeners worldwide. His most popular remix, of Pnau's "Changa," spread like wildfire, exceeding 2 million Spotify plays in under two months and landing a spot in both Mint and Fresh
Electronic playlists. Over the past year, he released two EPs, Curiosity and Sneaky Plans, both of which caught the attention of a variety of publications, as well as Anna Lunoe's Beats 1 show. This April he released a massive collab with 1788-Lentitled "Destiny," which scored over 190,000 plays on Soundcloud and projected both artists into the limelight. Coming off a sold out Australian tour with Illenium, Blanke is hot on the trail of success.
On this new track, Blanke collaborated with Baltimore local, Kayoh, whose dark basslines and hard-hitting drums have landed him spots on this past year's EDC Las Vegas
and Countdown NYE lineups, as well as the upcoming Nocturnal Wonderland
festival. Kayoh started off releasing singles and remixes of artists by the likes of Branchez and Michael Mason
in 2014, and released his debut EP, Elements, through IN / ROTATION in September
of 2017. Since then, he has released a handful of more singles and recently created an exclusive mix with Noiseporn.
New Noise is Dim Mak's new music discovery imprint that focuses on cutting edge sounds from burgeoning artists across the genre spectrum. New Noise originally got its start as a compilation series highlighting fresh faces handpicked by Steve Aoki
and the Dim Mak crew. Since then, the platform has evolved into a bi-weekly, free-download model based on singles. New Noise's current incarnation is also copyright free, which allows the budding community of Twitch gamers and amateur YouTube creators to use New Noise music in their videos and live streams without the need to purchase or pay fees, all in exchange for linking back to the artists and their music.