Composed of ferocious producers Juyen Sebulba and Stoltenhoff, Psycho Boys Club are the amalgamated ethos of "hi-tech" and "lo-life." Individually and collectively they have established themselves as inventive maestros, collaborating with legends like Tiësto and Yellow Claw, and releasing under star-makers Mad Decent, Confession, Musical Freedom, Monstercat Barong Family, and Mau5trap.
2021 brought a triumphant awakening for Psycho Boys Club releasing high-octane tantalizers on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom, a two-part EP on Tchami’s Confession, a sizzling EP on Yellow Claw’s Barong Family, and a collaboration with Yellow Claw’s Euro Trash project, has only seen their notoriety skyrocket. To close the year and further their buzz, they made their debut on Monstercat with ‘D.E.AL’, and Dim Mak with ‘Lights Out’.
Kicking off 2022 they have made their Mau5trap Debut with ‘Rolling Thunder’. It’s only a matter of time before everyone knows the virtuosity of Psycho Boys Club. Combining their talents has only added to their mystifying mythos, and few acts in the world can claim they debut at the iconic Tomorrowland Festival.
Together Psycho Boys Club form one of the most exciting tandems to hit the electronic scene in recent times. Their meteoric rise has been marked by co-signs from the pinnacle of dance artists that have seen their records spun by Valentino Khan, Diplo, DJ Snake, Dillon Francis, Carnage, Yellow Claw, Wuki, and on radio waves from the ultimate tastemakers, BBC Radio 1.
Psycho Boys Club are lucid purveyors of the sounds of the underground, synthesizing the human condition through many sonic influences and the rising acid duo continually make powerful strides in their career as they continue their global takeover. In 2022 they are forecast to play a plethora of shows around the globe and have a stack of releases and heavyweight collaborations due for release.
At the heart of Psycho Boys Club is an experience that traverses the duality of visual art and sound represented by the duo’s ethos, “Hi-tech” & "Lo-life”. “Hi-tech” is a visual narrative that explores futurism, cyberpunk, and their interlocking matrix. "Lo-life" represents their music, constructed by synthesizing the human condition: community, desires, and conflict at the heart of every person. It is for those that seek something beyond themselves in search of connectivity with all walks of life; those that come together in the underground to be a movement, beyond the individual.