Hailing from Vancouver, BC, Thrillhouse is an emerging DJ and producer. Since 2017, Thrillhouse has been on a mission to change the traditional electronic scene. After recovering from a back injury, he was able to fully focus on perfecting his craft this past year and released the danceable party track “In Ya Brain”. This song received high praise from media outlets and further solidifies Thrillhouse’s ever-growing fanbase. Thrillhouse is an artist that puts more thought into his music than most, using his craft as an outlet for everything inside. Inspired by many unique sources including video games, Thrillhouse seeks a sound unlike the norm in today’s music industry.
Although “In Ya Brain” has been Thrillhouse’s only release in 2019 so far, that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty more new music on the way! Coming soon, Thrillhouse will be releasing his single “Right Now”. This will be followed by “Bad Mouth” in late December or early 2020, and soon after “Space Disco” will drop early 2020 as well! The up and coming producer is the epitome of ambitious. Working through a back injury and still managing to come out of it with a positive outlook and an incredible repertoire of new releases is exactly the kind of resilience needed to make it. We have high hopes for Thrillhouse’s much anticipated new music, stay on the lookout for more! Listen to “In Ya Brain” here and read more with Thrillhouse below!
Welcome back Thrillhouse! What have you been up to since the release of “In Ya Brain” in August? How has this single been received?
Thanks for having me back! It was well-received got lots of positive feedback from fans, family and friends.
Last time we spoke you said you were healing from a back injury, we also noted how you were able to turn it into a positive experience because it allowed you to focus on your music. Can you dive into how music has helped your recovery and vise versa?
Yes! It's all the spare time. All of the spare time I have now has given me so much time to focus mainly just my music and honestly, the outcome has been exactly what I have been hoping to achieve. Being this physically limited can get you down but if you have something to channel your energy and time towards it can really save you. Mentally, producing has really helped me keep my head up through this. Especially when the results are as good as they are.
What can you tell us about your new music that’s on the way? Do you currently have a larger project in the works?
I have a LOT of new singles on the way, "Right Now" will be out on Electric Love Records on the 26th of November. But there is also 3 more currently in the works on top of that and each one is better than the last in my opinion.
Do you feel that your music is an accurate depiction of who you are as an artist? Do you feel ultimately connected to your listeners through your music?
Definitely. When I produce now I get in a certain headspace that allows the sounds I make to flow. It's a dark headspace as you can probably hear in my music but it's the music from my heart. When people tell me they like a song of mine for instance, that is a strong connection because I made that song. It's the best feeling.
What have been the main changes you’ve noticed in the music industry within the time you’ve been making music?
Honestly, not much has changed that I have noticed. I have definitely noticed how tough this industry is. That's one thing people warn you about before getting into it and you think you get it but you really don't until you are in it. It's a marathon not a race.
Thank you so much for catching up with us! What has been your most memorable achievement thus far in your career?
Thank you! Honestly being able to travel to play shows is the dream and it's the best part of the career. That and seeing people dance to music that I've created. It gets me every time. But if I had to narrow it down to one, probably opening the main stage at Motion Notion last year. I'm always nervous before every show I play but that stage is huge, so I was slightly terrified but it was such a great time!