Airwolf signs to etcetc Music & Nuffsaid Agency, with new single 'Talking Bass'

1 Sep 2016

Renowned lord of the Melbourne club scene, Justin Erougian, aka Airwolf,has this week signed to independent record label etcetc Music and electronic agency Nuffsaid. As a well-regarded house producer, Airwolf has been remixed by industry heavyweights What So Not, Slumberjack and Young Franco; played notable festivals Summadayze, Falls Festival and Splendour In The Grass and had his remixes released on labels such as Kitsune, Modular and Sweat it Out!. Airwolf joins the etcetc roster at an exciting time, as the label looks down the barrel at some monumental house hits hits from Duke Dumont, Offaiah, Jax Jones and local duo Set Mo.

On his signing, Erougian said, “I’m so excited to be joining the etcetc family! It has always been a goal of mine to be a part of the etcetc roster and I couldn’t be any happier and or more thrilled to be working with such an amazing team and alongside many artists that I look up to!”

The announcement comes the week after Airwolf’s new single, ‘Talking Bass’ feat. Stace Cadet, was premiered on Triple J’s Friday Night Shuffle. Head of etcetc Music, Aden Mullens, said, “Justin is a super talented, creative artist in the truest sense. I’m really looking forward to working with him and making some waves locally and internationally.”

Airwolf’s new single ‘Talking Bass’ featuring Stace Cadet will be released on September 9th and includes some big international remixes from Taiki Nulight (Black Butter, Night Bass), rrotik (Fool’s Gold), Hood Rich and Yasumo. 

 In support of his new single, Airwolf will be hitting highway on a national tour throughout September to November  to talk bass with Melbourne DJ/producer Stace Cadet. The Melbourne lords will be touring up and down the east coast before finishing off in their home town for a headline show at The Prince Bandroom.


September 30th – Newcastle – Cheap Banter
October 1st – Sydney – DanceETC @ Taylor’s Rooftop
October 1st – Wollongong – Yours & Owls Afterparty
October 2nd – Central Coast – Proud Mary’s
October 8th – Belgrave – Sooki
October 29th – Geelong – Uno Dance Club
November 5th – Melbourne – The Prince Bandroom

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