Welcome Records presents Little Comp of Horrors Vol. 3

Kayzo's label Welcome Records presents the third volume of Little Comp of Horrors covering dnb, dubstep, hard dance and trap.

Welcome Records is back, not just with a release, but with a new compilation for Halloween. The KAYZO label has released Little Comp of Horrors Vol. 3, a compilation packed with emerging and established electronic music artists. There are a wide variety of styles in it: dnb, dubstep, hard dance and trap. A very complete compilation for this third annual installment.

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Of the 13 releases, some of us have already been able to listen to them before. Same of Crankdat with Neverwaves, Let you know by Calcium and The creed by Whyel with Death Lens. Together with YDG and High Zombie, they had already launched previously and are part of the family of Welcome Records. They're joined with artists such as Stratus, HIGHSOCIETY, Vastive, LAYZ, Cypherize, TYPHON or VARI, who more than future, are already part of the present of the current scene. The third volume of Little Comp of Horrors crosses borders, since includes artists from the other side of the world. Kartypartyy, who has already been supported by KAYZO more than once with his famous edits and Komb and Shadow, complete this compilation by providing that asian quality seal.

Halloween is one of the favorite times of KAYZO and so it shows with Little Comp of Horrors. During the last 3 volumes, the objective is clear: highlight future talents who have not been given enough recognition. Established artists such as Lil Texas, Dr Phunk, Dirty Audio or Subshock & Evangelos were part of previous volumes. Now is the time for this new generation of artists. Little Comp of Horrors Vol. 3 is now available on platforms such as Spotify or in the application SoundCloud.

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