Happy October, witches.

This year, we’re turning up the scare factor for a month full of Halloween goodies, starting with five ghoulish artists that will satisfy all of your spooky desires. Only the darkest beats and the creepiest basslines will prevail. Just make sure to keep scrolling for an extra special surprise.

REZZ

Everyone’s favorite hypnotic artist is a given for any spooktacular playlist, thanks to her brooding basslines, haunting melodies, and evil sound design. REZZ, who made her mark on deadmau5’s mau5trap label, is currently on her Mass Manipulation tour following her debut album, which features support acts like Crywolf, EPROM, K?d, The M Machine and more.

DREZO

House music’s most evil artist makes some of the most nightmarish industrial tracks, perfect for making any dance floor scary and boo-tiful. Currently on tour with REZZ and riding the wave of some massive releases, like his Jaded EP, DREZO has a sound that many have tried to replicate, but few have succeeded.

GESAFFELSTEIN

An originator of the industrial and dark techno/electronic genre, Gesaffelstein’s psyche is just as mysterious as his music. The French madman might have been tucked away in his lair for the past few years, but his iconic works of art still make an impact.

OWL VISION

Owl Vision is electronic music’s darkest electronic spookster. His death electro wrath began when he collaborated with The Bloody Beetroots and can still be felt today. Be warned; Owl Vision is ready to summon your soul, ghouls. 

LE CASTLE VANIA

The multifacted artist, who recently released an EP under his Twin Moons alias, is a master of chilling tunes. His record “LED Sprials” is taken directly from the iconic thriller John Wick, while tracks like “Use of Force” will make any adventure a daring one. Get ready for some serious goosebumps…

Still want some more? Check out our brand Franken-new Halloween Spotify playlist, full of almost eight hours of spellbinding tunes from artists like Notaker, NERO, Black Tiger Sex Machine, DANGERI Am Sid and so many more. Happy Haunting!