Rewind to the year 2000 and the release of their first single ‘Phatt Bass’. The Warp Brothers were catapulted to the forefront of innovative Hard Trance/Trance music after the track smashed Top 10 sales & dance charts worldwide and being associated to the epic opening soundtrack of the Hollywood blockbuster ‘Blade’. It not only became a club anthem but an iconic piece of music that’s still doing the business 19 years later.

 

Despite the almost overnight success of ‘Phatt Bass’, the Warp Brothers were never destined to be a one hit wonder. Following it up with smash hits such as ‘We Will Survive’ which reached top 10 in several countries including the UK and Germany, ‘Blast The Speakers’, ‘Cokane’, ‘Going Insane’, and being officially entitled to re-work Nirvana’s anthem “Smells Like Teen Spirit” they established their status being pioneers and legends of their genre!

 

Shortly after their incredible early success, the pair took the Warp Brothers sound around the world from USA to Australia, Columbia to Japan, Ibiza to South Africa playing at the world‘s biggest and most prestgious festivals and clubs.

 

Besides their own original productions, the Warp Brothers have been called upon for remix duties on countless tracks with over 150 releases worldwide.

 

The huge success of “Phatt Bass 2016” (#1 at Beatport and amongst the three most played club and festival tunes of the year) gave them enormous support from the likes of Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, Afrojack, David Guetta, Hardwell, W&W, Dash Berlin and many many more…

 

Their latest track is getting support from the biggest headliners across the globe including Armin Van Buuren and his radio show “A State Of Trance” and is bringing back the Hard Trance sound with a modern twist.
Warp Brothers add another fireproof layer to their sonic foundation that’s been standing tall since they emerged with their classic ‘Phatt Bass’ in 2000.
Once again dealing in high-octane basslines, pulsating synth blasts and huge energy spikes, this cut will make fans rave so hard it may disrupt the ‘Time & Space’ continuum.

 

The Warp Brothers are on the road again with their trademark big bassline sound.