- Jauz Premieres New Song “Soldier” featuring Krewella
- Los Angeles-based DJ Sam Vogel, aka Jauz and American EDM duo Krewella teamed up for a new song “Soldier”. The song was premiered exclusively on Billboard.
The song is included Jauz's debut album "The Wise & The Wicked", which was released on August 31st.
The album comprises of 23-track, featuring guest appearances from DJ Snake, Tisoki, Krewella, Snails, Slushii, XX92, HYPRESSION and Kiarra, among others.
Sam Vogel said of the album;
"I wanted to give myself, and my image to my fans, a full reset. When I started the JAUZ project, I wanted to make sure that I was going to make people guess where I was gonna go next. Which I still do, but definitely not as much as I used to. I was putting out a song every 2 weeks in the beginning; one day it would be future bass, one day it would be house music and then the next it would be dubstep and I always kept that variation.
The motto of the JAUZ brand is “music has no boundaries”. With records as early as ‘Feel The Volume’ all the way to ‘Alpha’, you would call them all a staple JAUZ record. They’re all in the same kinda world."
"You can’t try to do something just because you think that is what you should do. You should just do whatever comes naturally; that’s what I try to do as much as I can; writing heavier bass driven house music. And it just kinda works. But I also like making all the other different kinds of genres that really shows what I’m about.
I’m not sure how many of my fans from the last couple years are aware that this album is more than the concept, is more than putting out an album, is more than supposed to be “I make ALL different kinds of genres”. You will hear everything. The one thing you really don’t hear in the album is a staple JAUZ record. There’s no ‘Rock The Party’ remake. It all feels (to me at least) fresh and different. Even when it’s at 128bpm, it doesn’t have that classic bass house JAUZ feel to it.
This is all the different shit I can do. If you aren’t cool with this whole journey, then I’m not for you. Maybe there are some songs you like, and maybe you like all of them. This is me, take it or leave it."
- source : The Playground