Boys Noize’s much anticipated Go Hard EP has just been released after weeks of teasing and previews. The EP features five tracks ranging from what Boys Noize describes as “Acid Rap” in the title track to the warm disco vibes of Starwin. It’s an interesting mix of classic, hard-hitting rave music, disco, and acid techno vibes that Boys Noize has been known to infuse into each of his tracks.
A personal favorite track on the EP, and one that has been getting a lot of support in the past few months, is the summery disco Starwin. One thing that stands out about the track is that it’s much more mellow than the others on the EP, but somehow finds a way to get that Boys Noize acid into it. It’s a nice departure from the massively heavy Push Em Up and Excuse Me, although both are terrific in their own right. Lastly, there’s Inhale/Exhale, an analog techno track with intense robot voices (you can’t have a Boys Noize release without a few robot voices). There’s no melody or bassline in the track, just robot voices and robot noises.
The EP is yet another great release from the Berlin veteran who has somehow found time between constantly touring and playing festivals as both himself and Dog Blood with counterpart and fellow workaholic Skrillex.
Grab the Go Hard EP today on Beatport.