Phonk and House release new single ‘Big Bang’



The Norwegian duo of electronic music composers known as Phonk and House have released their latest music single, “Big Bang.” The single is the most significant official release from Phonk and House since their December, 2013 release, “Get Up.” Both singles have been published on the Evoque music label, as will be their newest track, “Rogue,” the preview for which was made available at Phonk and House’s official Soundcloud page on 28 January.


The sound of “Big Bang” is full, heavy-hitting, and jubilantly loud in the style and tradition of the greatest European house artists. The song is populated with the hi-powered synth sound fans of contemporary club music have demanded since its innovation in the early 1990s, as well as with thumping, pounding bass beats and elegant, aggressive melody lines. Fans of digital musicians such as Sweden’s Aviici and France’s David Guetta will be enthusiastic about this EDM party anthem from Phonk and House.


Phonk and House is the stage name for electronic composers Tom and Kay, who began writing and performing together in 2007, having come from a diverse range of musical experiences. Late the same year, they founded the Norwegian Electro Association, a society of Norwegian music producers. Their live shows have garnered them a broad and devoted fan base throughout Europe’s house-music underground scene since that time.


“Music is our way of life!” write Phonk and House. “It’s the only way of truly expressing ourselves and reaching out to music loving people.”


As regular personalities on RadioVolum, Phonk and House have made themselves as much of an online phenomenon as they have live. As a result of their widespread critical and fan acclaim, they were invited by the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards to submit their 2010 track, “High on Life,” for consideration.


“Big Bang” by Phonk and House is available online worldwide.


-S. McCauley

Staff Press Release Writer





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