Sir Rizio Crafts Emotion-Driven Deep House For His ‘Feelings of Uncertainty’ EP

Vaal born and raised DJ/producer, Sir Rizio, is not to be played with. Armed with a great ear for unusual, left-field and unique sounds, Sir Rizio has crafted a sound which is non-replicable — boisterous and hard-hitting in composition but delicate, refreshing and soothing in presentation. Hailed in the underground music scene as a rising force that feeds off of progressive energy, Sir Rizio moves at his own pace and is in a league of his own.

The one thing that can be respected about this incredible artist is that his work ethic is insanely incredible as he has released over ten EPs and short projects which earn him the respect and praise that he gets in the underground house scene in South Africa — and to be quite honest with you, the international house scene too, as his sound could easily perform well in the international space.

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Last year, we caught wind of him working with Johannesburg based independent record label, Bodikela Recordings and the first release that resulted in this partnership was the ‘Walk With Me’ EP which was a scorcher of project which gained him great positions/rankings on Traxsource charts. In 2019, he returns with the release of his follow up EP on Bodikela Recordings. Feelings of Uncertainty is what the EP is called and it is a four track body of work which showcases Sir Rizio’s complexity in production, growth and knack for pushing the envelope. With this EP, he further cements his presence in the underground scene in Mzansi and take dance music to depths we have never seen or heard before.

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Feelings of Uncertainty EP artwork.

Stream Feelings of Uncertainty below.

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