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Vicious Recordings Pty Ltd

Vicious Recordings is a Melbourne based dance music label established in 1992. It also services
other Melbourne labels such as Be Rich Records, Vicious Black, Valiant Records and UGENIUS Music.
Vicious Recordings Pty Ltd has represented acts such as Avicii, Madison Avenue, Peking Duk, The
Potbelleez and more.

Vicious Recordings Website // Vicious Recordings Facebook // Vicious Recordings Soundcloud

Be Rich Records Website // Be Rich Records Facebook // Be Rich Records Soundcloud

Vicious Recordings Pty Ltd

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NEMØ - Future     Electronic, House 31/05/2019
Master of the club scene, Trap Titan NEMO knows how to make a crowd lose their collective minds. A stalwart behind the decks with countless shows under his belt.
Securing high profile international supporters and consistent appearances in Australia's ARIA club chart with previous singles on BE RICH, gives this one plenty of credentials straight off the blocks. Keeping things on a 4x4 peak time bass house tip.

Needs No Sleep - Boss (ft. Sophiegrophy)     Electronic, House 24/05/2019
Needs No Sleep has retreated from the darkness to put out some of the freshest sounds on the Australian club circuit. He's linked up support from the likes of TripleJ.
This latest offering is arguable one of NEEDS NO SLEEP's most exciting to date, featuring an empowering vocal hook from SOPHIEGROPHY laid upon an infectiously pressure building bass line heavy production which is no doubt going to find it's way into the play lists of some of the world's finest selectors.

Kloake & Knightfall - Oil & Fire (ft. Oblviiun)     Electronic, Dance 30/04/2019
Following his 2017 debut ‘Bridges’, we are very excited to have the next instalment from the enigmatic producer KLOAKE this time alongside KNIGHTFALL
Laying out a full heavy grind, low slung industrial techno production sound countered by a sweet and subtle vocal performance form OBLVIIUN, this new tune really packs a punch in dynamics but also listenability. The hook rings through and the instrumental provides just the right amount of energy to take it home.

Big Boss - Everything (ft, Alison)     Hip Hop, Electronic 18/04/2019
Having solidified himself within Australia’s bass music landscape and playing shows alongside some high profile players across Melbourne and his new home town Sydney,
Bringing his fresh and forward thinking sounds to the fore, here we are treated to sparkly melodic synth lines melding with Alison’s sweet angelic vocals. Leading us into a false sense of security, the drops completely counter the verses with face melting heavy bass intensity, defying genre conventions but feeling so, so right at the same time.

HVWKS - Need You ft. Erin Finlay     Hip Hop 17/04/2019
Brisbane-based bass music baller HVWKS is in fine form with his fuego new single ‘Need You’ featuring Sydney vocalist ERIN FINLAY.
Harenessing Erin’s brooding vocal tones perfectly, building upon the emotion and unrestrained intent this song perfectly encompasses all the most exciting elements of a HVWKS production. Employing the right amount of energy in the drops whilst still keeping an ethereal quality to the song overall is major key here.

Illstrtd - What I Need ft. Mansa The Legend     Electronic 17/04/2019
llstrtd creates future beats inspired by electronic artists like Hudson Mohawke, Tokimonsta, Katranada and Cashmere Cat, while also taking influences from Hip Hop and R&B music.
This song effortlessly oozes hot-n-heavy late night dancehall influence with a refreshingly restrained energy. The production here is executed perfectly to encapsulate and showcase the emotion of Mansa’s vocal performance, which has plenty of charisma to have the listener hooked and reeled in by the final refrain.