Australia born, LA based production powerhouse duo Stafford Brothers have joined forces with Moska, Colombia’s most respected DJ & producer, for a heady new club track on Tiesto’s internationally renowned Musical Freedom label. Titled Wolf, the single sees Moska fuse his unparalleled production know how with the Stafford Brothers’ penchant for unforgettable club bangers. With plenty of new music in the pipeline, Wolf signals a hugely successful 2019 for Stafford Brothers, Moska and Muscial Freedom alike.
The Stafford Brothers are very much on the rise. They left their mark in Australia with three consecutive number one position in the ITM awards, a charting in the DJ Mag Top 100 list, their own reality TV show (‘The Stafford Brothers’) and a number of weekly radio shows on 2DayFM and iHeartRadio networks. They have collaborated with Lil Wayne, Lil Jon, Rick Ross and more, had their music nominated for Song Of The Year at the ARIA awards, and have toured the world over including residencies in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, San Diego and LA. Since relocating to LA, the lively pair have continued to collaborate with titans of the industry, host the craziest parties and sell millions of records.
24-year-old Moska has established himself as one of the most in-demand artists of the electronic scene in recent years. From appearing at the world’s biggest clubs and festivals (such as Tomorrowland, EDC, Amnesia, Pacha Miami, Avalon Hollywood, among others) to creating anthemic tracks that have racked up millions of online views and streams (like Lose Yourself with Major Lazor), Moska is one of Latin-America’s most promising stars. Add to this remixes for Galantis, Calvin Harris, and Tiesto – and it’s clear that this house music aficionado isn’t going away anytime soon.
Combining raucous beats with grisly basslines, high octane energy and infectious vocals, Wolf bears all the hallmarks of a chart-topping club banger. Replete with apt howls and a modern dancefloor vibe, expect to see a lot more of Stafford Brothers and Moska in 2019.