Krewella¬†are back and going harder than ever with their new singleNo Control,” for which they teamed up with¬†LA-based startup bass producer¬†MADGRRL. Steering away from their emotive previous deep house and pop music-oriented release “Never Been Hurt” with¬†BEAUZ, the new track establishes a hard-hitting¬†Melbourne¬†bounce and hardstyle influence from the get-go. “No Control” utilizes serrating synths, stabbing basslines, and¬†Krewella‘s soaring vocals to create a rhythmic and yet chaotic sonic experience that truly lives up to its name, and sends the message that¬†Krewella¬†isn’t messing around with one of their most hard-hitting pieces ever.¬†MADGRRL¬†previously remixed¬†Krewella‘s “Greenlights,” so this isn’t the first time they‚Äôve worked together. She has also released music on¬†Never Say Die,¬†Barong Family,¬†Dim Mak, and more.

It’s been years since we’ve made a track like this – dipping into our career-long love of hardstyle and heavy bass music, we wrote and produced this song to articulate the burgeoning chaos we’ve been craving since having a lack of human contact and indulgent experiences during the pandemic. We tapped¬†MADGRRL, whom we’ve known for almost 10 years, and has been making some of our favorite heavy dance tracks lately to help take this one to another level of wild.” –¬†Krewella

Sisters¬†Jahan¬†and¬†Yasmine¬†exploded onto the scene in 2012 with their debut self-released EP “Play Hard,” which has now been streamed almost¬†150M¬†times on¬†Spotify¬†alone; additionally, their single “Alive” from the EP has been certified¬†Platinum. Since then, the duo has made a name for themselves and their hard-hitting yet melodic and vocal-driven sound through releases like “Live for the Night,” “Enjoy the Ride,” and more. In 2016,¬†Krewella¬†was awarded a coveted place on¬†Forbes‘s “30 Under 30” list. They have performed at major global music festivals, including¬†Coachella,¬†Lollapalooza,¬†EDC Las Vegas,¬†Ultra Music Festival,¬†iHeartRadio Music Festival, and many others, in addition to their own headlining tours. As one of the main elements of the¬†Krewella¬†canon, the group’s onstage performances serve as the live extension of their music and art, incorporating a multitude of audiovisual elements together with¬†Jahan¬†and¬†Yasmine‘s live vocals and powerful onstage energy.

Since breaking onto the scene in late 2018,¬†MADGRRL¬†has taken her exploration of all genres of hard bass music long past her home base in¬†Los Angeles¬†to the big stages at major music festivals such as¬†EDC Las Vegas¬†and clubs across the globe. A fresh face to the dance music scene, she’s already making major moves by releasing on staple record labels like¬†Disciple,¬†Barong Family,¬†Dim Mak¬†and kicked off her first collaborative single release “On & On” on the renowned dubstep label¬†Never Say Die¬†– being the first female producer/DJ to release on the label…ever. Closing out 2020 with a bang, she released her collab “Do You Remember,” featuring¬†Indonesia-based artists¬†Sihk¬†and¬†Sara Fajira¬†on¬†Yellow Claw‘s label¬†Barong Family. With present times being still challenging for the dance community,¬†MADGRRL¬†continues to take part in online live streams such as¬†Steve Aoki‘s label¬†Dim Mak‘s¬†House Party,¬†Kaku & Friends Online Festival, and more. With a staple of major artists supporting her tracks across the electronic dance music scene such as¬†Yellow Claw,¬†Steve Aoki,¬†Riot Ten, and many more, as well as playing key dance events and major festivals – this is only the beginning for¬†MADGRRL, and nothing is going to stop her from bringing on the madness.