The two minds behind Party Killers are two guys with a vision of how they see dance music. Coming from bordering countries, Switzerland and Italy, they found that the music influencing them traditionally came from further north, with the DJs like Steve Angello, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso. Other names like Dirty South, Gazlind, and Dimitri Vangelis also inspired them to follow the path of producing and playing music for the world.
The dream began in Switzerland, where they developed a strong local fan base, having been resident DJs at D! Club in Lausanne, and also playing other clubs throughout the country, like Globull and some minor festivals. Recently they finished off a larger festival, Serbia Soundlovers Festival in Zrenjanin, where it gave them perspective about how to take their music to the next level.
They wouldn’t know how to classify their music. It’s always changing, from the new talents they support.
“We have always maintained that it is good to leave a trace and an imprint of ourselves, something that distinguishes us from others. We have worked and continue to do so, it is a process of a lifetime.”
What is important to them is to keep the groove, no matter what genre they fall in. The term they coin is “Groove House”, and the name resonates with the style they aim for. Sometimes they aim for a melodic style, other times deep and groovy, and sometimes they delve deeper into the progressive. The process is ever changing.
“We like the idea of growing and to test us at the level of production”
It’s been 4 years, and with support from the biggest names in EDM, from Tiesto, Afrojack and David Guetta, it’s clear that the big names and the industry all want what they’re putting out! From the local scene, the Party Killers are now branching out, playing shows in more countries across Europe. The Amsterdam Dance Event this year will mark a period where they turn their local dreams and goals of producing music, into something serious for the international stage, as they aim for more DJs and producers to pick up their style and their tracks.
The future is bright for these two, who relay their passion into their music so simply.
“all the virtual friends from Facebook or Twitter at the same time from all countries of the world is’an example of how music really unites people from everywhere, no matter what color of skin”
Be sure to follow the Party Killers on their socials and send out the positive vibes they love to receive!