Since Kayzo remixed Slander’s collaboration with NGHTMRE “Warning” back in 2015, the pair of production powerhouses have been destined to join forces. Now, Slander and Kayzo unveil “Without You,” their first of two collaborations via Monstercat.
Beginning with a slow and melodic-driven guitar riff that leads into deeply captivating that are sure to pull heartstrings. With an echoing build up that gravitates to a futuristic drop filled with electronic loops and sweet synths, “Without You” is a surefire crowd charmer.
Slander has been cranking out original works this year including “Superhuman” featuring Eric Leva, “We Out” with Danish producer Stoltenhoff, Spinnin success “One Life” alongside duo Yookie featuring Zach Sorgen, and their latest remix to Major Lazer’s “Know No Better” released on Mad Decent. To top off their production success, the hard-working duo has been tearing up stages in dedication of their Superhuman tour and making stops at some of the world’s biggest music festivals like Ultra, Lollapalooza, Moonrise, Creamfields, EDC Las Vegas and many more.
Originally from the streets of Houston and now based in Los Angeles, Hayden Capuozzo better known as Kayzo has been pushing boundaries for several years now, with the ability to create music based off personal preference, Kayzo has truly set himself apart from the run of the mill DJ/producer. Now an international traveling DJ, the talented artist has sold out shows across the globe including Germany, Spain, China, Japan, Australia, and most recent sellout in less than one day, The Hollywood Palladium. Having released numerous successful tracks including Monstercat banger “This Time”, Welcome Record’s hit “Whistle Wars”, “Feel The Power” featuring Micah Martin, and his most recent August Monstercat release “Over The Edge” alongside DJ Gammer and featuring AU8UST,, Kayzo has also been playing a massive list of major music festivals across globe like Parookaville in Germany, SoCal’s HARD Summer, Washington’s Paradiso, Something Wonderful in Texas, and many more upcoming bass-driven performances on the way.