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  • Matroda Concludes Huge Festival Circuit & Tour with New Single ‘The Funk You Want” With POLOVICH


    Maintaining his dominant presence, MATRODA continued his triumphant journey through 2023, gracing numerous clubs and festivals with his electrifying performances. Among the prestigious events he headlined this year were Lollapalooza, Veld Fest, Tomorrowland, EDC LV, and Splash House, all while overseeing his label Terminal Underground and unveiling new releases. MATRODA remains an unwavering force of success and influence, showing no signs of slowing down.

    Adding to his extensive and timeless discography, “The Funk You Want” exemplifies MATRODA’s expertise in seamlessly blending funky vocals, bass-infused melodies, and distinctive tech-house grooves that have become synonymous with his signature sound.

    MATRODA’s impact on the electronic music scene is undeniable. From being named the 19th Top Producer in the world in 2022 by 1001tracklists.com to accumulating 100 million streams across digital service providers, he has achieved more in a decade than many artists do in a lifetime.

    Listen to the new single below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Matroda Concludes Huge Festival Circuit & Tour with New Single ‘The Funk You Want” With POLOVICH

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