Following her stand out singles “BADBOI” and “FOLLY OF THE BEAST” – BRUX is pleased to share her BADBOI EP in full; including a new single and two remixes. The self released techno club EP has been a cathartic project for BRUX, as she continues to carve a space for herself in the scene.

The new track “VINEGAR HILL” is gritty and dark, and was written to empower BRUX to make her presence known. It’s aggressive, experimental and loud, and has echoing lyrics to match that energy. The rest of the EP is composed of previously released singles “BADBOI” and “FOLLY OF THE BEAST,” with new accompanying remixes of each. The EP in its entirety is meant for dark dancefloors and underground clubs.

On the EP’s genesis, BRUX explains; “This EP encapsulates an unbridled force of energy that started to foster in 2020. It marks a time in my creative output where I couldn’t unleash this energy in a physical space with an audience and so came about these lively songs that each have their own story…The 2 remixes are by artists I admire, and I am also currently collaborating with – Chambray & Taut. I’ve been a fan of Chambray for many years – since his 2016 “Reliev” LP. Taut is the alias of local New Yorker Jacob Bergson (now resides in Berlin) who I met through my collaborations with Kimbra – Jacob performs in her live show as synth player. I plan to move onto another club EP after this one, this release has stoked the fire in me…”

BRUX’s singles “BADBOI” and “FOLLY OF THE BEAST” have already received praise and support from Busy P, KiNK, Boys Noize & Richie Hawtin Her gritty club music productions reveal another layer to the BRUX project, as it was only recently that she started showing the face behind her once anonymous artist project. In the past few months, BRUX has played supporting sets for artists including Deadmau5, Noizu, Nero, Flying Lotus and Toro Y Moi at the Brooklyn Mirage, as well as Zeds Dead at Red Rocks; these co-signs signify strong stamps of approval from industry luminaries.

A Brooklyn-by-way-of-Sydney based artist, BRUX has a DIY approach to all aspects of her artist project. She styles her own shoots, creates her own merch, directs her own artwork, etc. Additionally, recent support from the web3 collectors of her BRUX NFT collection on has allowed her to self fund this single and forthcoming EP. And recently the Pat Lok remix of her release “Take” is featured on the EA SPORTS F1 22 game soundtrack.

With past releases on Dim Mak and Deadbeats, BRUX continues to break down barriers in dance music with her eclectic sound and style. Drawing inspiration from acts like The Chemicals Brothers, The Knife, Bjork and Joni Mitchell, her cheeky and loud electronica sound comes from a place of frustration. Overall the BRUX sound is quirky, raw and unapologetic – the music makes an intentional and loud statement in the scene.