JAXX DA FISHWORKS is a Tokyo-based Japanese electronic dance music DJ/producer who’s been persistently honing his skills in the studio with release-after-release. The last eight years have seen the venerated stalwart drop his own signature brand of bass house on highly-regarded labels such as AC Slater’s Night Bass imprint, Ministry of Sound, and Insomniac Records, to name a few. The pioneering tastemaker’s successful 2017 collaborative track with the U.K.’s Lazy Rich, ‘Guilty Pleasure’, marked a
pivotal point in his career, going on to impressively garner over 270,000 combined streams across platforms since its initial release. A true force to be reckoned with, his work would also eventually receive support from BBC Radio 1 personality Annie Nightingale in the same year. Additionally, his remix of Boombox Cartel’s 2017 track ‘Alamo’ also placed him on the map, with the tune currently sitting at nearly 630,000 combined streams to-date.
JAXX DA FISHWORKS is back on the release radar with ‘Paranoia’, the DJ/producer’s third sonic offering of the new decade. The approximately four-minute musical endeavor prominently features a forcible vocal delivery from Dread MC. The bass-laden opus follows JAXX DA FISHWORKS’ string of highly-successful releases, such as his 2-track ‘Pusher’ EP from mid-January, as well as his single ‘We Light It Up’ from this April. Out now on Tchami’s Confession imprint, ‘Paranoia’ is available to listen to across all streaming platforms.