JOYRYDE just dropped a new single on OWSLA that pays a proper ode to warehouse raves of the 90's.
The track "I WARE HOUSE" was accompanied by an awesome music video. The best news is the track is available for FREE. Though bass house wasn't really a thing back then, JOYRYDE does a great job having his signature sound fuse with the repetitive slow build that way typically popular in the warehouse era of raving. Everything from the samples, aesthetics to the overall vibe of "I WARE HOUSE" is classic. This is what JOYRYDE had to say about the release:
"After I arrived to LA over a year ago i filmed in an old warehouse downtown but the footage came out unusable. I always felt like I owed it to that place to finish the job. So we went back down there and re shot these scenes. Didn't want to shoot a professional dance routine or choreography, I wanted to shoot how normal people feel and move.. I wanted it to be natural.. music I hope you like my new video and track"