Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic


Sounds like

What So Not, RL Grime, Kenny Beats


band members

Hydraulix


Website

Bio

Hydraulix has grown in international appeal, spending the better half of his last year touring abroad on the back of a huge year of releases, taking on North America supporting Liquid Stranger and bookings at festivals like Lost Lands, Bass Canyon, Rampage Belgium and many more. His latest acclaimed releases ‘Spanner', 'Chopper' and 'Poor Connection' have gone on to tick over hundreds of thousands of streams and being played in high profile sets around the world right now from Four Tet, Skrillex, Bassnectar, Rusko and more. Some of his recent collaborations include Liquid Stranger, Moody Good, Phaseone and Ookay along with his 2019 attention grabbing EP’s Space Cadet and Crown Jewels, solo releases and remixes with Never Say Die, Disciple and Wakaan. More recently in 2020 he was featured with triple j for Mix Up Exclusive and his music was also a featured sync in Kipo and The Wonderbeasts for Netflix US.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

05 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

The beep test but make it a full on rave. I'm puffed.

The beep test but make it a full on rave. I'm puffed.

Review

Review by The Aston Shuffle The Aston Shuffle

05 Aug 2020

Triple J
30

Been smashing the EP on our show. Some of the biggest baddest beats getting around

Been smashing the EP on our show. Some of the biggest baddest beats getting around

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

29 Jul 2020

Triple J
40

Alright sportsman, the way you've integrated basketball sounds and whistles throughout the record while never sound too on the nose is something. As ever though, its your treatment of bass that sets you apart from the rest. The section around 1:30 is just genius, as is the 2:12 mark...

Alright sportsman, the way you've integrated basketball sounds and whistles throughout the record while never sound too on the nose is something. As ever though, its your treatment of bass that sets you apart from the rest. The section around 1:30 is just genius, as is the 2:12 mark...