Saint Punk goes “MAD” on new Dim Mak Single
Available now 1/27 – Stream Here
Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Saint Punk brings the heat with his electrifying bass house anthem “MAD” packed with dynamic vocal chops, crisp percussion, and a floor-shaking bassline.
On the inspo of the song; Saint Punk comments “I’ve been playing around with old school rave stabs and that UK garage sound a lot lately. I wanted to make a track that was instantly danceable but with a frenetic feeling. The drop is bass-forward, but adding a hardstyle type screech gives it that extra edge I always like to keep in my songs. Most of the elements are really percussive as well, and I think that creates a cool rhythmic vibe that just makes you want to keep moving.”
Following his recent Dim Mak debut with “Dark Side,” Saint Punk (aka Trevor Vesneski) shows the further evolution of his Saint Punk, as he heads into a new chapter of his artistry.
Establishing his own place in today’s electronic music scene, Saint Punk exploits his rock background, creating a grittier style of dance music that pushes the boundaries of what house music means to him.
Started in 2019, in Los Angeles, CA, Saint Punk’s backbone and soul of the project took shape after releasing countless bass-heavy bootlegs of Rock and Hip Hop songs.
From Nirvana and Nine Inch Nails to Travis Scott and Denzel Curry, his distinctive bootlegs are what catapulted him into his first official release of originals on Confession. From there the gates were open, with releases on Monstercat, STMPD, Armada, Generation HEX, Bite This, Thrive, Big Beat, Atlantic, and even his own imprint Graffiti Records.
Saint Punk’s remix chops did not go unnoticed, being tapped by the likes of Grandson, Whethan, Boombox Cartel, Ray Volpe, Cesqeaux, Ookay, Matroda, Tokyo Machine, 3LAU, Öwnboss, and more, for his unique take and perspective on their originals.
It’s one of his originals though that made him a household name. His song “Empty Bed” has become somewhat of an anthem in the online GTA streaming community, racking up over 14 million streams and counting.
He followed that up by releasing a full-length album filled with collaborations from MXMS, Holy Wars, Yung Tory, and more on Armada. Using that momentum into 2022, he pushed forward continuing to release an array of singles, and remixes, and performing at festivals, clubs, and radio shows around the country.