Watch GANZ's new video and check out some of his favorite Aussie producers

Watch GANZ's new video and check out some of his favorite Aussie producers

GANZ’s latest drop is the ultimate grime outcry.

Dutch homeboy GANZ can definitely mix things up. After his remixes of Alison Wonderland, Hermitude and Snakeships blew up on Soundcloud, GANZ cemented his multi-genre trademark in the EDM/Bass game amongst the likes of heavyweights RL Grime and Diplo. Now GANZ has teamed up with 17-year old videographer Guilty and Director Robin Zom to present his latest single and music video Gaobear (featuring fellow Dutch rapper Dusty). In addition GANZ has also announced a new EP Gao to be released April 16, and given his affinity for Australia recently, managed to lock him down and quickly ask him about his favorite producers.

Name your top 5 Australian tracks right now:

1. What So Not by Oddity - the ultimate festival anthem…waited for that track for so long.

2. Made Of Stone by Matt Corby - one of the only few songs I can ‘clean’ my head to.

3. The Buzz by Hermitude - next to the oddity track it’s such a sick track to hear live.

4. Honey by Kucka - such a fan of her voice and it blends almost too perfectly with the instrumental.

5. Shout by Maribelle & Djemba - a super chill track that caught my attention from the first moment I heard it.

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