BROHUG Offer Fans a Treat With Free Halloween Themed Single "Boogieman"


Swedish trio BROHUG return to Dim Mak with wicked bass house single “Boogieman,” just in time for Halloween. Fueled by ominous vocals and monstrous drops, the track haunts listeners with an eeriness suitable for the occult. Fueled by the spirit of not trick, but treat, BROHUG supports the single with a free download alongside a release day performance at FreakNight Festival in Seattle, WA.

Ever since breaking out just two short years ago, BROHUG relentlessly proliferated the  the dance music scene with their signature bass house sounds embellished by deep, tech-driven sensibilities. Charging into 2017, the Swedish trio trekked the globe, making festival appearances at HARD Summer, Electric Zoo, Electric Forest, and Sun City Music Festival, all while boasting an unrivaled release schedule. BROHUG made their Dim Mak debut earlier this year, putting out three EPs, Giggle JuiceKnuckles, and The Streets. The former dominated Beatport’s Electro House Releases chart at #2 while accompanying track “Droppers” racked up 1.8M on-demand streams and peaked the chart at #5. Showing no signs of slowing down, BROHUG unleashed hit after hit including “If I’m Wrong” and “Snap” through Tchami’s CONFESSION imprint, official remixes of  Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan’sThere For You” and Major Lazer’s “Know No Better,” a fresh rework of Moby’s “Natural Blues,” and “Brains” alongside Autoerotique via Spinnin’. BROHUG’s world tour continues through the winter with notable stops at FreakNight and Countdown New Year’s Eve.