Brazilian producer Zerky releases his new single “NonSenSe,” a groovy and tech-house forward track that pays homage to garage-inspired early dance music. The sonic journey kicks off with distorted and chopped vocals layered onto minimalistic productions, among which the prominent kick drums become the star of the show. Midway through the track, Zerky fuses in some additional spoken words, all looped into a hypnotic syncopation of driving tech house beats with an underlying melodic groove. It’s the perfect track for warming up the dance floor or keeping the party going, whatever time of day or night. Zerky has been cultivating his dynamic, underground-meets-groovy style through his popular collaborations with Vintage Culture, Dubdogz, KVSH, Öwnboss, Bruno Be, and more, some of which generated over 10 million streams on Spotify alone. Out now on Alok‘s CONTROVERSIA, “NonSenSe” is Zerky‘s follow-up to his “Soldiers,” featuring Leiner (also on CONTROVERSIA), as the next strong single that proves this talented artist is on a roll and isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
Zerky is a DJ and Producer from Paraná who started his career in his home country of Brazil in 2014, gradually cutting his teeth in his city’s scene before gaining national attention in 2016. His genre-bending house style has earned him notable collaborations and singles, such as “Sun Goes Down (Sound of Violence)” on Spinnin’ records, which all have amassed over 80 million streams on Spotify alone. He has performed live at epic venues such as Green Valley, Belvedere Beach Club, Matahari Maori Beach Club, and several major festivals. Stay tuned for more hot new music from Zerky coming soon!