JOYRYDE unleashes bass-heavy OWSLA single I WARE HOUSE

In the midst of his three-month headlining North American tour, bass purveyor JOYRYDE brings the heat with his new OWSLA release “I WARE HOUSE.”

The bombastic number kicks off with high-pitched sirens alarming and chopped up grime vocals before launching into an aggressive, synth-heavy hook flanked by acidic bass womps and wobbles. JOYRYDE initially achieved success by putting out free releases which caught the eyes of Skrillex’s imprint OWSLA, and this is now his third massive release on the label.

The official “I WARE HOUSE” video, set in an IRL warehouse, also dropped today with footage shot by Brandon Parker, LaineKelly and edits by JOYRYDE himself. Smoke bombs and eerie, dark vibes pair perfectly with the track, as the visuals focus on a girl dancing on a car.

JOYRYDE is wrapping up his North American tour which kicked off in Las Vegas for a 15-show run. In addition to headlining shows in major metropolises such as Chicago, Toronto, Denver and New Orleans, the venerable DJ brings his custom-built C.A.R (Calling All Rydrz) stage setup to select cities including San Francisco and Santa Ana. The stage production is centered around a full size, tricked out 1969 matte black Dodge Charger which debuted to a sold out crowd in LA last year and wowed New York fans at Webster Hall in December.

JOYRYDE North American tour dates

Feb 24 - The Yost, Santa Ana - C.A.R stage

Feb 25 - Metropolitan, New Orleans

Mar 04 - Bassmnt, San Diego

Mar 07 - Papas & Beer, Rosarito

Mar 08 - La Santa, Puerto Vallarta

Mar 10 - Site 1A, Milwaukee

Mar 17 - The Mid, Chicago