A staple in both his and Tommy Trash’s sets over the past couple of months alongside Depeche Mode’s ‘Personal Jesus’, Paris-residing Gregori Klosman launches his own record label named Guru Recordings with the long-awaited ‘Serial Killer’.

Turning his head back to the gritty realms of Electro House, Klosman raises the bar on tough festival-proof energy with one of his strongest offerings to date. Transitioning from haunting synth lines into hard-hitting drops, ‘Serial Killer’ marks that amid the copycat maneuvers of modern Dance music, Klosman has got the ardent energy of Electro House well sussed.

Out February 25th.

10 Comments to “Preview: Gregori Klosman – Serial Killer”

  • Really like this. Calm buildups and heavy drops. Looking forward for this release!

  • OH NO Gregori! This isn’t a great start to a new label. Really liked your more ‘bouncy’ stuff like Minibar and the Follow You and Room For Happiness remixes! Hopefully you’ll get back to that sound again!

  • The piano is just like the music from HALLOWEEN movie :D

  • Massive track. I’m waiting for it since summer 2012 :D

  • The piano really reminds me of that halloween track Albin Myers did some years back!

  • The piano is an obvious “borrow” from the movie Halloween (1978) theme song:


    On topic: Not my taste, but quality none the less.

  • This is the same break Albin Meyers had in his Halloween track like two years ago, only the drop is worse

  • It’s sampled from the movie Halloween. Albin Myers does not own the melody tho. But the drop is heavy.

  • Probably his worst release in a while. Such a uninspiring track!!

  • awesome track, but does anyone else hear Zedd-Shotgun?

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