Harlem DJ / producer Austin Millz got on the doppler radar of clubs worldwide with his debut Fool’s Gold EP Cyclone, featuring rising stars Tunji Ige, Ye Ali and Sessi. Now he’s back for more, curating a batch of even heavier Cyclone remixes by Brenmar, Esentrik (TWRK), Juelz, B. Lewis and Dabow. Play loud!
There’s a ton of history for New York City DJs to live up to, and Austin Millz welcomes the challenge. This Harlem party champ has paid his dues taking uptown swagger to stages around the world, and channeled that unruly energy in the studio on original tracks with Brenmar, D.R.A.M.,The Diplomats and Wale. Austin’s new Cyclone EP on Fool’s Gold takes those speaker-bursting vibes to a new level, featuring collaborations with new stars (Tunji Ige, Ye Ali, Sessi) that meld hip-hop bonafides with electronic inspirations as only a club champion can.
Brenmar’s awesome Award EP was a showcase for this New York club king’s production finesse. Now a gang of DJ favorites return the favor on the diverse new Award Remixes collection, taking the originals to all kinds of speaker-friendly new directions. Gutta flips “Award” featuring Dougie F into a low-end Jersey smash, Enferno adds even more bedroom boom to “Plenty To Spare” feat Ro James, and Harlem’s Austin Millz takes “Don’t Want It” feat Sayyi to new levels of trapped-out intensity. The EP closes out with two very special house mixes of Award hit “Hula Hoop” feat Uniiiqu3, with DiscoTech providing champagne-n-sparklers energy and ex Crookers / current Main Course chief BOT getting deep and funky. Premiered today on PAPER, listen to the Award Remixes now (and if that’s not enough, fans and aspiring producers can get busy on “Hula Hoop” themselves with an official Fool’s Gold remix contest on Audiomack. Bring it back around!)