Young Australian producer Throttle has recently released “Japan”, a brand-new groovy track in which he explores the ‘home’ theme through an euphonious vocals and delicate melodies blend.
Considered as the ‘dirty disco’ pioneer, Throttle is reinventing the ‘disco’ concept through his incredible talent and has been the only artist ever to have been allowed by Earth, Wind and Fire to use their original music, which he used for his single “September”.
Throttle rose to fame in 2013 with his “Inspire” video, which gained a lot of recognition worldwide and put him on the music industry spotlight. He was then immediately recruited by iconic Swedish DJ and producer Avicii to produce a remix of his international banger “You Make Me”. The remix was dropped as an official track and premiered exclusively through Rolling Stone.
Before his 21st birthday, Throttle has accomplished what thousands of artists haven’t after working in the music scenario for years. He has made collaborations with the likes of Oliver Heldens and Galantis, performed at Tomorrowland and produced an official remix of an Ed Sheeran track.
He has also made his mark in the industry by adding his signature touch on remixes for Armin Van Buuren, Snakehips and many other popular music artists and has production credits for David Guetta and Martin Garrix.
Now, Throttle is back to inspire you and make you dance like if no one was watching at the same time with “Japan”. The Aussie artist has dropped a really touching single about that feeling we all have experienced at least one time in our life – disorientation and loneliness. We all have felt lost and alone and have been looking to go back to that place where you can call ‘home’ and that is what this song is about.
Listen to “Japan” down below: