Psycho Boys Club Debuts on mau5trap With “Rolling Thunder”, Available Now

Psycho Boys Club Debuts on mau5trap with "Rolling Thunder", Available Now on All Platforms
Psycho Boys Club. © Dennis Arthur

Composed of ferocious producers Juyen Sebulba and Stoltenhoff, Psycho Boys Club are the amalgamated ethos of “hi-tech” and “lo-life.” Taking to deadmau5′ iconic mau5trap label, Psycho Boys Club grows their repertoire with “Rolling Thunder,” available now on all platforms.

Lucid purveyors of the sounds of the underground, Psycho Boys Club synthesize the human condition through many sonic influences. After releasing on world-renown labels from Tiësto’s Musical Freedom to Diplo’s Mad Decent, the duo take to deadmau5′ groundbreaking mau5trap label for their latest invention. A slow-burning hard techno feat, “Rolling Thunder” is the intersection of heavy and acid. Designed with a ripping kick and infectious acid bass lines, “Rolling Thunder” is an expertly cut piece of monstrous techno. “‘Rolling Thunder’ is 3 words,” explains Psycho Boys Club on their new single. “Heavy, raw & acid. We made ‘Rolling Thunder’ when we first got our first analog gear, the TD-3, so the acid bass lines are straight from the gear. We were in this cyberpunk/dystopian film frenzy so after watching a few cool films/anime we had this idea to translate what we felt from watching those stuff into a very cold/robotic techno track.”

Celebrated by artists from Yellow Claw to Diplo to Carnage, the rising techno duo continually make powerful strides in their career. Set to continue their global takeover, Psycho Boys Club are set to play a plethora of shows throughout 2022, with exciting announcements to be made soon.

Psycho Boys Club are the ferocious duo of Juyen Sebulba and Stoltenhoff. Individually, both acts have established themselves as inventive maestros, collaborating with legends like Tiësto and Yellow Claw, and releasing under star-makers Mad Decent, Musical Freedom, and Barong Family. Together they form one of the most exciting tandems to hit the electronic scene in recent times.

At the heart of Psycho Boys Club is an experience that traverses the duality of visual art and sound represented by the duo’s ethos, “Hi-tech” & “Lo-life”. “Hi-tech” is at the heart of their visual narrative that explores futurism, cyberpunk, and their interlocking matrix. “Lo-life” represents their music, constructed by synthesizing the human condition: community, desires, and conflict at the heart of every person. It is for those that seek something beyond themselves in search of connectivity with all walks of life; those that come together in the underground to be a movement, beyond the individual.

Combining their talents has only added to their mystifying mythos which culminated in a Psycho Boys Club live debut at the iconic Tomorrowland Festival. They followed this by releasing high-octane tantalizers through Barong Family and Spinnin Records, providing a sample of the incendiary music at the core of the project. These Include ‘Over You’ with DJ Soda, ‘Bull Kick’ with Dutch hardcore legend, Paul Elstak and a remix for Yellow Claw’s ‘Reckless’ ft. Fatman Scoop via Roc Nation.

Their meteoric rise has been marked by co-signs from the pinnacle of dance artists that has seen their records spun by Valentino Khan, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Carnage, Yellow Claw, Wuki, and on radio waves from the ultimate tastemakers, BBC Radio 1.

2021 has brought a triumphant awakening for Psycho Boys Club. Releasing on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom, a two-part EP on Tchami’s Confession, another sizzling EP on Yellow Claw’s Barong Family, and a collaboration with Yellow Claw’s Euro Trash project, has only seen their notoriety skyrocket. To close the year and furthering their buzz, their debut on Monstercat, Dim Mak,and Mau5trap await. It’s only a matter of time before everyone knows the virtuosity of Psycho Boys Club.