In a fierce blend of bass house and breaks Croatian beatsmith Matroda delivers the sinister “Ghetto Funk,” using eerie synth plucks and wicked wobbles to deliver a behemoth of a Dim Mak debut. The single has already seen support from Tiesto, Oliver Heldens, David Guetta, and more. Prepare to hear this one at a festival and club near you as the ominous vocal in song will tell you, “Ghetto Funk, in the house.”
Matroda’s well-rounded sound pulls from his classical training across the violin, drums, and keyboard. In 2015, he kicked off his career by partnering with Chris Lake on an official remix of SNBRN’s “California”. It proved to be a stellar debut, quickly reaching the #2 spot on Beatport’s main chart and #1 on the house chart.
Since then, Matroda has steadily become an artist to watch. His 2016 bass-house hit “Chronic,” on Spinnin’ Records, garnered wide A-list support including Avicii, Diplo, Laidback Luke, and RL Grime, who dropped it during his 2016 Coachella set. 2017 is looking to be an even bigger year for Matroda, as he’s coming off a brand new Dustycloud collaboration “Come Back” and an infectious VIP Edit of Migos’ “Bad and Boujee.” The VIP skyrocked to #1 on Soundcloud’s House Chart and Billboard cited it as one of the “5 Best ‘Bad and Boujee’” remixes. Keep a look out for Matroda as he begins his ascent in the EDM world and beyond.