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C.H.A.Y. Makes His Dirtybird Debut with Hypnotic ‘Who’s That?’ EP

ORLANDO NATIVE AND PROMISING HOUSE MUSIC TALENT C.H.A.Y. MADE HIS DEBUT ON DIRTYBIRD RECORDS LAST WEEK AND WE CAN’T GET ENOUGH.

Available exclusively on Dirtybird’s paid subscription service The Birdfeed, the two-track Tech-House masterpiece, titled Who’s That?,” meshes perfectly with the label’s fun-loving vibe. Although a new name, C.H.A.Y.‘s sound is sure to secure him a spot among house music’s biggest and brightest.

First up on the EP is the highly anticipated title track ‘Who’s That?‘ Featuring bouncing analog synths, wobbly bass and a catchy vocal that beckons “Who’s that on the microphone?” C.H.A.Y.’s knowledge for production and sound design shines through. Trust us, this one is worth blasting on repeat. On the flip side is “Meugitions Of Tym.” Blending Acid and Tech House, this banger boasts trippy synths layered over a hypnotic, oscillating bass line. Though both tracks are stand alone powerhouses, they blend together to create a musical masterpiece from start to finish.

Listen to the EP on Youtube Below:

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About C.H.A.Y.

Chris Fratt, a.k.a. C.H.A.Y., began his producing career just after graduating high school. Instead of going off to college like many of his classmates, Fratt invested his entire life and college savings into creating a home studio. Fast forward to today and it is easy to see that his hard work has paid off.

With releases on Toolroom, Audiophile, Glasgow Underground, Bodhi Collective and now Dirtybird Records, we have a feeling that C.H.A.Y. is just getting started. His captivating energy and obvious expertise for production have certainly established a place for him as one of House music’s artists to watch.


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