Flynninho brings his bass house sound to Tommie Sunshine’s Brooklyn Fire for the ‘RCKSTAR’ EP.
A versatile DJ/producer with several successful tracks to his name, Flynninho is an artist from Chicago that’s quickly climbing the ranks of the electronic music scene. His most recent release, the two-track RCKSTAR EP, is Flynninho’s first EP on Brooklyn Fire. It brings a raw bass house sound that fits perfectly on the Tommie Sunshine-led label.
RCKSTAR follows the November release of “Used 2 Be“, Flynninho’s latest collaboration with Sherm. “Used 2 Be” marked Flynninho’s third time working with Don Diablo’s HEXAGON label. He’s also released music with Hood Politics, Gold Digger, and House of Hustle.
Now making his debut with Brooklyn Fire, Flynninho explores a heavy bass sound on the RCKSTAR EP. “Racks” and “Lost Me” are two club-ready tracks that bring an energetic 128 BPM vibe.
While RCKSTAR is just a two-track EP, the energy that Flynninho displays is enough to fill an entire album.
“Racks” brings the intensity right away, showcasing a sound that would fit in both the grooviest and the heaviest of house sets. “Lost Me” combines bass with a deep house vibe reminiscent of Jauz or Tchami.
Flynninho is one of the most recognizable names in the Chicago scene, opening for massive artists like Ghastly, Julian Jordan, and even Armin van Buuren at Aragon Ballroom. With an impressive production style and more original tracks coming soon, Flynninho is an artist worth watching in the future.