17-year-old Dynamick Returns to Alok’s CONTROVERSIA with Unique Indie-Electronic Crossover “Bite My Tongue”

17-year-old Dynamick Returns to Alok’s CONTROVERSIA with Unique Indie-Electronic Crossover “Bite My Tongue”

Brazilian producer Dynamick shows his production prowess on his brand new track “Bite My Tongue,” a minimalistic indie-house gem that sees the young artist experimenting with a new sonic direction. A far cry from his typical tech and bass house-oriented productions, “Bite My Tongue” is built on organic melodies and soulful vocals that set a soft, sultry vibe from the get-go. Dynamick incorporates his house upbringing with some groovy background bass during the track’s drop, making for a truly unique sound that’s all his own. The new release is out now on CONTROVERSIA, where Dynamick settles himself among a well-rounded and diverse group of artists under veteran producer Alok‘s imprint.


At only 17, music prodigy Dynamick has over 3 million streams on Spotify with releases on Spinnin’ RecordsArmada MusicCONTROVERSIAHexagonSony MusicHUB, and Braslive. His dynamic and usually tech and bass-leaning style with plenty of dancefloor appeal is influenced by artists such as MadeonMartin GarrixWhethan, and Justice. His music incorporates elements of many electronic genres, including bass house, future house, and even pop, creating a sound unlike anything else on the market today. His outside-of-the-box style has earned him support from industry heavyweights such as TiëstoArmin Van BurrenAlokAfrojackDon DiabloBhaskar, and Fedde Le Grand, making him one of the biggest young bets in the electronic music scene.


Alok‘s CONTROVERSIA continues to go from strength to strength, and this latest release is another fine example of a label making all the right moves to maintain its impressive forward momentum. Since its inception in June 2019CONTROVERSIA has accumulated over 1B Spotify streams thanks to its remarkable family of artists, including Yves VAlan WalkerBhaskarAlle FarbenVintage Culture, and more. All of whom have helped CONTROVERSIA quickly establish itself as one of the most successful independent labels in dance music today.



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