Proxy Releases 2000s Inspired Track “In Out” on Mako Records

The Russian producer creates a nostalgic yet fresh masterpiece!

Proxy has made a name for himself with over a decade of experience. Songs like “Decoy” and the 2011 hit “Raven” cement him as a proper veteran of the scene. After a year-long hiatus from producing, he released an EP called “Collusion” which featured artists like AC Slater and DZA. And now after more success, Proxy releases his retro-track titled “In Out.”

His strangely spellbinding sound has commanded dance floors all over the world, including high-profile performances at Coachella, EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields, HARD Summer, Electric Zoo and many more. His signature sound is as dark as it is beautiful. Proxy includes the raw sounds that inundated the bass scene. This has resulted in an experimental sound atypical to EDM’s current scene.  

This March he released his 2-track “HIGH / EZY TING” EP on Insomniac’s IN/ROTATION Records which features the producer’s own voice. The following month he released “Nervous” on his own reloaded imprint, Mako Records. Inspired by hip-hop vibes, Proxy blended Pop, Techno and House, as well as adding a bit of electro elements.

The sound and the atmosphere remind me of the times when I was a resident DJ in some Russian club back in 2001. House music was a bit faster back then, but it possessed a specific unsophisticated positive vibe that I tried to deliver with this track.


“In Out” is very much from the 2000s. With the iconic nightclub feel to the track, it’s perfect for festivals. The underground touch given to the track also adds to its gritty character.

A prominent presence in contemporary house circles for the past decade, Proxy asserts that his acute ear for rhythmically driven records has only grown sharper over his near year-long hiatus from the scene

Dancing Astronaut on “In Out”

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Manav Pallan

I'm a crazed motoring fan and I have been listening to EDM for a major chunk of my life. I'm particularly interested in Dutch house, Progressive house and Tropical house. Is that enough house? My favourite DJs are Robin Schulz, Jay Hardway and Mike Williams.

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