Aussie House Sensation Wax Motif Returns To His Own Divided Souls Imprint With 'Keep Raving'
Wax Motif keeps the vibes going strong with his stompin’ new single, “Keep Raving,” which is slated to drop on his own Divided Souls imprint.
Up until this point, Wax Motif has reserved his ever-growing label for massive collaborations that have managed to make insuppressible noise, having locked down co-credits from Taiki Nulight, Matroda and the mighty Diddy. For the next Divided Souls issue, however, the Aussie powerhouse storms out into the space with his first solo effort. “Keep Raving” is a rallying call to all the real ones out there, encouraging everyone to power through the party with a relentless bass house groove that just won’t quit.
Wax is currently on the final leg of his North American Tour, which is wrapping up at the end of the month. He hit the road with special guests Bellecour, Born Dirty and Shift K3Y, as well as support from Codes, Corrupt (UK), Kendoll, Lucati and NuKid. He also hosts his own House of Wax radio show that airs monthly on EDM Sessions.
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Danny Chien doesn’t believe in hype. Better known as Wax Motif, he’s regarded as a major orchestrator in the G-House sound. However, Chien isn’t content on producing the same sound. He’s ready for more challenging work.
With musical influences like R&B, disco and UK bass, the Australian-born producer brings an unique style to the studio, which makes him a highly sought-after producer. Chien released tracks Diplo's Mad Decent, A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold, and Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records as well as a host of remixes for the likes of YG, Kid Ink, Chromeo, Deadmau5 and Warren G’. His work on Destructo’s album on Interscope includes the likes of Ty Dolla Sign, YG, Freddie Gibbs, Problem and Kurupt.
If you’re looking for new music from the producer who counts Diplo, Major Lazer, A-Trak, RL Grime, GTA, Oliver Heldens, Jauz, Knife Party, Tommy Trash and more as fans, fret not. Chien is currently working on new music to be released later this year