House Of Feelings is an NYC-based collective that began as a dance party and radio show and, as of late, has been branching out into original songs, starting with a couple of entries in GODMODE’s Faculty Series and, last fall, with a great single called “Avatar” that featured vocals from Meredith Graves. This summer, House Of Feelings will release its debut EP, and they’re introducing it with “Hurt Me,” a song with vocals from GABI. The track was produced by Yvette’s Dale Eisinger and is centered around a smooth sax sample from Matty Fasano, who spearheads the collective. “Hurt Me” is a kaleidoscopic mishmash of dance sounds that settles into an old-school groove that feels both comfortingly familiar and vibrantly new. Listen and get the details behind HoF’s upcoming parties below.
Tonight (4/5), there will be a free House Of Feelings x Infinite Best pop-up collaboration at Baby’s All Right starting at 10PM. That serves as a precursor to House Of Feelings VII, which takes place at the Silent Barn on 4/15 and features live sets from House Of Feelings and KAG (Priests’ Katie Alice Greer) and DJ sets from Helado Negro, FITNESS, and Kris Petersen. (Those participating in the NYC Tax March will be granted free entry, while room allows, with proof in the form of photographs or signs.) Tickets for the latter are available here. Flyers below.
“Hurt Me” will be included on House Of Feelings’ debut EP, which will be released via Infinite Best in July.