VOLAC is a Russian electronic duo. Volac shows their unique style in cartoon comics, which present each podcast called 'VOLACAST'. Heroes of the comics are very similar to the guys in real life - they have the same style, habits, characters and love to have fun. Each Volacast includes a guest mix from Volac's friends. The duo’s sound combines elements of deep house, bass house and g-house, producing music with deep powerful bass-lines and energetic grooves loved by clubbers. One of their main bangers ‘Drug Dealer’ was released by CUFF and has been rocking since release. Since 2014 Volac is part of the Mix Feed family and their label. Volac’s collaboration with Sharam Jey ‘Get Tipsy’ got to the TOP10 of Beatport. In 2015 the Volac guys started working with AC Slater’s Night Bass imprint, having released 2 EPs with them thus far. VOLAC kick-started 2017 in fashion with their ‘Do Ya Thing’ EP and their remix of Riton’s “Rince & Repeat,” which has already accumulated more than 500K streams on Soundcloud in a month. After that the Russian boys have joined forces with LA-based DJ/producer DESTRUCTO to create an irresistible G-house infused anthem “What I Got” which got more than 1 millions streams on Soundcloud. Volac has collaborations with Sharam Jey, Illusionize, Bruno Furlan, Vanilla Ace and others.
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