Henry Fong and Psycho Boys Club, consisting of Juyen Sebulba and Stoltenhoff, join forces for “Lights Out” on Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak label, a fusion of hard/industrial techno and bass sounds, which are definitely not for the faint of heart. With serrating synths and relentless, heavy-hitting basslines, the new track perfectly represents both Henry Fong‘s and Psycho Boys Club‘s sonic styles. From its electro-influenced opening to the massive, underground-style drop, “Lights Out” teleports you to the darkest corners of festival stages where tireless dancers and stabbing strobe lights reign supreme. It is Henry Fong‘s return to Dim Mak after “Bust It” with FOMO and a stop by JSTJR‘s label Group Chat with “LOUDER” with JSTJR & Ultimate Rejects. On the other hand, “Lights Out” sees Psycho Boys Club debuting on the label after making waves on Barong Family, Musical Freedom, Spinnin’ Records, Roc Nation, and more.
Henry Fong is an acclaimed, unstoppable force and venerated talent in the electronic dance music landscape, who has seen an immense amount of success with his hard-hitting take on various electronic genres over the course of his decade-long career. Over time, he has experienced several pivotal career points, such as his groundbreaking hit “Rave Tool,” which garnered staunch support from the likes of DJ Snake, Skrillex, and Dillon Francis, to name a few. The DJ/producer has also collaborated with top acts, including Hardwell, R3HAB, Deorro, and Rome (from Sublime with Rome). A trailblazing pioneer with a keen eye for fresh talent, he has also paved the way for up-and-coming musicians to foster their creativity through his very own Banzai Records imprint, which was founded by Henry Fong in 2015.