Jauz, in his short time as a producer/DJ, has already had quite the storied history. After attending Icon Collective Music School, he blew up with the bass house anthem “Feel The Volume,” and then his collaboration with Ephwurd “Rock The Party.”
Though, as Jauz says in this feature with Musical Freedom, he’s not a bass house DJ, he’s not a dubstep DJ… he does what he wants and he does it to the best of his ability. So with his album coming out this month, fans have a lot to look forward to.
“If you don’t like all this stuff in here, like… fuck off,” says Jauz.
Jauz also gained a massive boost in popularity when he teamed up with Tiësto to produce “Infected” for Tomorrowland with Budweiser. Tiësto is at the level that any producer who teams up with him on a track is sure to get a boost, and Jauz took advantage of the opportunity and went along with it full steam.
Having just played the main stage at EDC Las Vegas this past May, Jauz is confident in his ability to play weird music on big stages and make his fans happy. Don’t go into a Jauz set knowing what to expect, because you’ll always be surprised.
There’s still been no official tracklist or release date or even a title for Jauz’s album yet, so keep an eye on his socials for that announcement to drop soon.
In the meantime, check out the video below.