BROHUG – Ambush
The three “brohouse” musketeers BROHUG unveiled the track “Ambush” on Spinnin’ Records‘ sub-label Musical Freedom. Weighing in at 128 bpm, this electro house / trap PB&J sandwich contains scrum diddly umptious 808 basslines and kick patterns following its drop.
“In Swedish, the word ‘Ambush’ means “really fat track with siren sounding drop”, so that’s why we chose that name,” said the trio.
Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak Records backed BROHUG’s previous bass house jam “Boogieman” on Oct. 31, 2017 incorporating one hell of a scaretastic music video.
BROHUG’s Christopher Lunde, John Dahlbäck and Niklas Lunde hail from Stockholm, Sweden. In addition to the aforementioned record companies, they have released content supported by Mad Decent’s division Good Enuff, Tchami‘s Confession, and Oliver Heldens‘ Heldeep. If you’re lucky enough, catch them at the tail end of their world tour.