Bruno Furlan is closing out a year of heavy touring with his latest single “Space Bump.” Between performances at Ultra Peru and Dirtybird CampINN, Furlan didn’t let music production fall by the wayside – “Space Bump,” released on Matroda’s label Terminal Underground, shines with a fast-pace, dystopian-tinged tech house single that he’s produced with the help of up and comer Deeft. Together, they have crafted a track that epitomizes the spirit of modern tech house with some twists – pulsating, sophisticated, and undeniably high-energy.
Bruno Furlan, a Brazilian natural talent in the electronic music world, has been making waves since his early days. His journey in music, starting from his youth and fueled by his immersion in DJ culture, has seen him evolve into one of the most exciting artists in the modern tech house scene. His career is marked by not only his creations but also his experience working alongside tenured talent like Amine Edge & Dance, Green Velvet, and Claude VonStroke. Furlan's knack for blending a catchy tech house energy with innovative sounds has made him a standout artist.
Sharing on the single, Furlan says "Very excited to share my next single, a tech universe track called "Space Bump" with my good friend Deeft. This track has been a big part of my sets and now it finally has home on Matroda's imprint Terminal Underground, which will be out on December 1st. Mark your calendars for the last single coming out in 2023."
Diving deeper, his collaboration with Claude VonStroke in 2018 and the release of "Another Planet" in 2019, which was named Track of the Year by VonStroke, begins to tell his story. Recognized as the "Best DJ of Brazil" by Amine Edge & Dance in 2016, Furlan's impact extends beyond music; his track "Line Five," released on Dirtybird, supported the Black Lives Matter movement in Detroit and garnered endorsements from top DJs like Carl Cox and Nicole Moudaber.
Furlan has remixed tracks for A-Trak & Lee Foss and the song "So Many Times," collaborated with Destructo in 2020, released an EP with Kyle Watson on Dirtybird in 2016, and remixed a track for Matroda on Terminal Underground – the swiftly rising act is a machine of right choices and great music hitting the public consciousness at just the right time.
Dive into what Bruno Furlan and Deeft latest creation has to offer and experience the ongoing journey of DJ/producer’s who have stamped their indelible mark on the music world.