Often used to lift or control heavy matter, hydraulic systems transmit liquids through pipes and channels to generate power. The Sydney-based bass mechanic and producer, Hydraulix, backs the science through sentient sound waves and methods of compression. He melds inspirations of Hip Hop, Punk Rock, and even components of Metal to mold his electronic alignment of production.

Since his initial launch, his career has skyrocketed and continues to breach the local atmospheres beyond the electronic realm. With releases through Never Say Die Records, Disciple, Circus Records, and of course, Wakaan, he has proven to the world that he can construct, manufacture, and liberate anything he sets his mind to. Debuting his genre-blending live performances at bass-heavy festivals like Lost Lands, Bass Canyon, and Wobbleland, he yields his energy into his shows to form sets that are remarkably unreplicable.

The properties of Hydraulix are limitless. Consisting of a plethora of EP’s, singles, and remixes, his portfolio is immaculate. His validity serves as a well-deserved staple within the Bass community. After supporting Liquid Stranger across North America, bass heads throughout the nation have flocked to his presence. Hydraulix has done just about everything to transform his raw talent into existence.

Earlier this year, Hydraulix announced that he will deliver his very first, full-length album, “Imposter Syndrome,” alongside a nationwide album tour. The tour begins in George, Washington on August 22nd and traces forty stops along the ride as he makes his way down to Miami Beach, Florida. With more dates to be announced, he will additionally broadcast frequencies at Electric Zoo and Lost Lands 2021.

Now, let’s get into “Imposter Syndrome”, the album set to release September 10th, via Wakaan.

In 2021, he has already released three energy-packed singles that have uniquely stretched boundaries in regards to a specific genre. Waratah with Nitti Gritti was the first track to kickstart the curation. The heavy, trapped-out bass anthem was shortly followed by the hip-hop creation, Another Minute” featuring Muchi. Then, he distributed Concretewith Jasiah, amplifying his metal influences and graphic-heavy bass.

Today, he completely switches it up with “Wish I’d Never Met You”  featuring Veronica Bravo. The mesmerizing vocals experiment with the duality of trap ambiances and tenacious dubstep across the album. Symbolizing heartfelt emotions to bliss the ears and hearts of the listeners, we are shown a form of the producer we may have never seen before.

Here’s what Hydraulix had to say about the new track,

“’Wish I’d Never Met You’ was such a fun track to write. I knew when looking for a vocalist that I wanted someone who would take the vibe in their own direction, and Veronica Bravo struck me as someone who would be able to do just that. Her voice is so pure and really captures the vibe as well as takes it up a notch. It’s super exciting to show people a toned back slightly more vibey version of my music.” – Hydraulix

We hope you loved the fourth single, “Wish I’d Never Met You”, just as much as we did! Let us know in the comments below and on our socials!

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