It’s been quite a ride for NYC’s Populette. After storming onto the scene with their debut 12“ for Throne of Blood back in 2010, Max Pask and Andrew “Wiz“ Potter have been keeping busy and making noise. Between frequent DJ gigs in NYC and beyond, marathon sessions in their studio, and remixes for Harkin & Raney, Trap.Avoid, Bibi Tanga & The Selenites, Hannelulauri, Murphy Jax, The Rapture, Scratch Massive, Black Strobe, The Citizens, Richard Richard, and Francis Bebey, Populette have staked out a slice of dance music terrain as uniquely their own.
Forward-looking but deeply rooted, Populette is all about dancefloor energy and analog synths, deep, druggy, and not for the fainthearted. The production duo of Max Pask and Andrew “Wiz” Potter continue to elaborate their dark and druggy vision of the dancefloor through a growing body of densely-textured, expansive productions.