Sherm and Halil Sensei Unleash a Tech House Banger With ‘Toxic’ On Hood Politic

“Toxic” is a sonic adventure, blending Sherm’s affinity for Chicago’s tech house rhythms with Halil Sensei’s melodic genius. The track pulsates with deep bass, creating an experience that’s both immersive and exhilarating. Sherm reflects on the collaboration with enthusiasm, noting how their distinct backgrounds and musical inclinations converged to craft a track that stands as a highlight in Hood Politics Records’ offerings. Halil Sensei, echoing Sherm’s sentiments, regards “Toxic” as a pivotal moment in his career, signifying a period of transformation and growth.

Sherm’s current ‘Toxic’ tour, featuring appearances with Imanbek, San Pacho, and culminating in a show with Steve Aoki in Atlanta, is one of many things going on behind the scenes. Recognitions from DJ Mag and Beatportal, alongside his contributions to the ADE panel and the success of his podcast “Sherm In The Booth,” illustrate Sherm’s expanding footprint in the electronic music world.

In the heart of Chicago’s house music scene, Sherm has carved a niche for himself, capping off 2023 with notable achievements including a feature in Forbes and an electrifying performance at Zedd’s New Year’s Eve event at Navy Pier. His journey doesn’t pause there; Sherm’s excitement is palpable as he announces his fifth year in a row at the North Coast Festival and the launch of “Toxic,” a collaboration with Halil Sensei, released today through Hood Politics Records.