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Benjmn

Raised by New York, but based in Los Angeles, writer-producer Benjmn has forged a lane for himself from sheer power of...

Callie Reiff

New York-based electronic producer & DJ Callie Reiff is just getting started with her self-made music career, having previously released music...

Dawg

While the name may escape you, if you’ve got even a fingernail on the pulse of pop culture, you’ve almost certainly...

Deadmau5

Joel Thomas Zimmerman, better known by his stage name deadmau5, is a Canadian record producer, DJ, musician, and composer. Zimmerman produces...

Gallya

Bulgarian DJ & producer Gallya is one of the newest and most interesting names in techno. Whether a rolling techno bassline...

Grégory Reveret

French born Gregory Reveret is an award winning composer, producer and arranger. He is most notably known for collaborating with accomplished...

Jay Robinson

Jay Robinson is your favourite DJs favourite producer. With support for his music arriving from all corners of the electronic music...

Krunk!

In a time where EDM has been seemingly invaded overnight by a plethora of barely legal production prodigies, Krunk! commands the...

Latroit

Dennis White (aka Latroit) is a Grammy Award winning Producer and Artist with ARIA and BPI certified Gold, Platinum and Double...

Livsey

Livsey has cemented his position as an in-demand bookings in the UK in recent months, laying down numerous releases on the...

Luke Wylde

“I don’t sing or rap” begins Luke, “But I sure as hell have something to say!” A songwriter, producer and former...

Monstergetdown

Monstergetdown was born from a need to create not only new music, but new soundscapes altogether. He’s as much an artist...

Nofone

Life as we know it has become a sea of phones, static people, scrolling and updating the world of social media,...

Prince Fox

“Pop that Knocks” is the ethos of New Yorker Sam Lassner, professionally known as Prince Fox. After spending previous years working...

Rinzen

Rinzen is a new producer out of Los Angeles seeking to create entire worlds with his music. Signed to mau5trap, Rinzen...

Sian

Infamous for delivering sweat-soaked, hypnotic performances, with each seminal release standing the test of time, Sian burns deep into the collective...

TestPilot

Deadmau5’s (Joel Zimmerman) as his techno-driven alter-ego, TESTPILOT.

Todd Edwards

House legend, Daft Punk collaborator, and Grammy winner Todd Edwards is known for his hypnotic collage of cut-up samples over swung...

Qrion

The music Qrion creates takes inspiration from all the environments she finds herself in. Whether sampling the sounds of nature found...

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Raised by New York, but based in Los Angeles, writer-producer Benjmn has forged a lane for himself from sheer power of will. Before he was old enough to drive a car, he’d had notched up mixtape cuts with the likes of Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and more. And Before he was old enough to legally celebrate with a drink, Ben expanded his resume with production credits for Jason Derulo & K-Michelle, Yo Gotti and Young Thug. After finding his feet in urban music, Benjmn’s touches can now be found across dance, pop and country records – both in the booth and behind the boards. Now, at 22 years of age, and with a Gold Plaque under his belt, Benjamin‘s equal abilities as a topliner and producer have allowed him to collaborate and cut with an entire spectrum of writers and artists including the likes of Wallis Lane, Isabela Moner, Frank Dukes, Diana Gordon, Normani, SZA, Twice as Nice, Louis Bell, Illangelo, Frank Dukes, CL, 1mind, White Shadow and more.With an unrelenting work ethic, and a sixth sense for what’s next, Benjmn has cemented himself as the go to guy amongst the next generation writers and producers.

New York-based electronic producer & DJ Callie Reiff is just getting started with her self-made music career, having previously released music on OWSLA’s NEST HQ imprint, A-Trak’s renowned Fool’s Gold label, Ultra Records, & most recently Universal Music. In only a short time, she has already taken NYC by storm performing across major club venues & building a strong foundation within the club circuits.

Her early experiences in the New York City Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker’ at 7 years old proved an instant love & attraction with music & performance. Becoming a self-taught drummer watching and learning from YouTube tutorial videos by the age of 10, Callie three years later enrolled in acclaimed NYC electronic music production & DJ School Dubspot, having her first lesson mixing vinyl under the guidance of JP Solis. All while moving forward in her modeling career with NEXT models, gaining global profile with aligned brands such as H&M, American Eagle, Converse & Beats by Dr Dre, as well as editorial spreads for Vogue, Milk & Teen Vogue.

Having reached almost one million streams on Spotify, Callie’s thrilling debut release “Tin Machine” via NEST HQ in 2016 displayed a trendsetting talent within the electronic soundscape. Just a couple months later, she returned to the limelight with her inaugural EP ‘Shadow Dancing’ through A-Trak’s Brooklyn-based Fool’s Gold Records, including her original title track & a jaw-breaking collaboration with KANDY. The following year she cemented her ability in crafting bass-backed beats & laser-beaming riffs, with
her 2017 self-released single “Stimulate”. Chiming in elements of live electronica, drumbeat, & ethereal sound design, Callie is a production powerhouse in the making.

Within this time, Callie has gained global support from the likes of Radio 1’s Annie Nightingale, Diplo and Rinse FM’s Marcus Nasty, while touring New York’s most prominent music venues Output & Terminal 5. Reiff has also made history by becoming the youngest DJ at 15 to have graced the stage at the renowned Webster Hall, opening for Skrillex, Zedd, Ed Sheeran, Wolfgang Gartner & more.

Notable achievements include fronting Spotify’s ‘Women of Electronic Music’s’ Playlist for Women’s History Month, as well as delivering remixes for Sofi Tukker, Kayzo, & Ultra Records, as well as being named one of Teen Vogue’s ‘10 female artists who are changing the music game’, displaying her ability to merge both industries together to succeed in a mainstream climate.
2018 has been a phenomenally successful year, with highlights including opening Tomorrowland festival in Belgium, playing a guest mix on Rinse FM alongside Skream, touring with Ghastly as part of his North American run, and capping off the year being part of the official remix album pack for Alison Wonderland with her track ‘No’. As Reiff prepares to fully launch her self-made name in the limelight, this left field artist is set to take the path less taken in 2019 fronting the Tommy Hilfiger ‘Make It Possible’ campaign & recently signing with Seven20 Management, establishing the next phase of her professional career.

While the name may escape you, if you’ve got even a fingernail on the pulse of pop culture, you’ve almost certainly heard Dawg’s music before. In his other life as hip-hop producer, Dawg’s production, writing, and studio prowess have enabled him to assemble a group of elite collaborators that read like a who’s who of pop music. Between the clubs, radio, film and TV, and the Billboard Hot 100, Dawg’s paw prints have been left on records far and wide.
Inspired by Los Angeles’ melting pot parties like Space Yacht and Brownies & Lemonade, Dawg’s sound is a hybrid of rap-ready beats meets festival energy. Known as “junkyard bass,” the premise is simple – take the club-appeal of rap beats, and put the energy on steroids.
Unleashed and unchained, Dawg exploded onto the scene with several million streams on a Post Malone remix. Since then, Dawg has released a constant stream of head-turning bootlegs, with the likes of EDM.com, Earmilk, Run The Trap, and Billboard amongst his loudest supporters.

Joel Thomas Zimmerman, better known by his stage name deadmau5, is a Canadian record producer, DJ, musician, and composer. Zimmerman produces a variety of styles within the progressive house genre and sometimes other forms of electronic music.

Bulgarian DJ & producer Gallya is one of the newest and most interesting names in techno. Whether a rolling techno bassline or a dynamic film score project, Gallya’s ability to consistently churn out dark and immersive yet vibrant tracks has made her a force to be reckoned with in the scene.

In 2015, she launched her own label ‘Set About’ in partnership with Metodi Hristov. Though it’s only a few years old, Set About is already touted as one of the most highly respected labels in techno, releasing artists like GusGus, Hatzler, Teenage Mutants and Maksim Dark. The label has given her a platform not only to release her own music, but to share that platform with techno artists that she’s passionate about from all over the world.

Gallya’s breakthrough moment in 2016 was her nomination of Beatport’s Top Tech House Artist. By releasing a slew of highly successful EPs on labels like Set About, Off Recordings, Kinetika, Deeperfect, and El Row Records, she broke through noise and placed herself at the forefront of mind-bending techno and dark, driving tech-house. Through label showcases in South America and Europe, Gallya was able to take her talents on the road to build a strong, international fan-base.

Her evolution into a well-respected and sought after techno act continued through 2017, as she dropped EPs like Detroit, Felicity, and Control on Set About, Funk’n Deep Records and Say What? Records respectively. Each EP carved the way for an even bigger, more distinctive sound.

The title track of her March 2017 EP Machines broke the Beatport Techno Top 100, peaking at #16, and remained in the charts for an entire month. “Machines” gained the support of top techno DJs including Deadmau5 who played it in BBC Radio One residency, which led to Gallya signing to his label mau5trap for several 2018 releases.

Along with the popularity of “Machines” in the DJ world, it was also picked up for a scene in a major movie – this opportunity fueled Gallya inspiration to work on some longer-term production goals of scoring horror movies.

Through continued growth in 2018, Gallya hopes to push her boundaries even further through both music and touring worldwide. With her debut mau5trap EP, a collaboration with Juliet Fox on Set About, and an EP with Metodi Hristov on Octopus Recordings already under her belt, she continues to be one of the hardest working, most prolific and promising sounds in techno.

French born Gregory Reveret is an award winning composer, producer and arranger. He is most notably known for collaborating with accomplished artist and musician deadmau5 on their album “Where’s the drop?”, writing re-imagined orchestral works of the artists previous catalog. He has also worked under composers Tom Holkenborg (Junkie XL), Brian Tyler, Christopher Young contributing works on projects such as Furious 7, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Deadpool, Power Rangers. Besides working on film, Reveret’s electronic music has been featured on BBCRadio 1, garnering support from artists such as Laurent Garnier, Bastille, Madeon, Bassnectar and Pendulum.

Jay Robinson is your favourite DJs favourite producer. With support for his music arriving from all corners of the electronic music world Jay’s unique brand of bass heavy house has seen him play shows in seminal venues such as the Warehouse Project in Manchester, Printworks in London and the critically acclaimed Le Nuits Sonores in Lyon, where Jay was invited to play a special back to back with techno legend, Laurent Garnier.
Jay has releases on some of the worlds biggest labels such as Ministry of Sound, Confessions and Night Bass – and has recently made his debut on the electronic music powerhouse that is Mau5trap.
With multiple USA tours under his belt and a massive slew of gigs across Europe, Jay has taken his inimitable sound to dance floors on a truly global scale.

In a time where EDM has been seemingly invaded overnight by a plethora of barely legal production prodigies, Krunk! commands the ears and eyes of DJ’s across the planet. Between mixing and touring the Wild Nights compilation, the Adelaide native has been raising hands and heartbeats across Australia’s biggest spots, headlining shows at Billboards, HQ Complex, Club Liv, Gilligans, and Wah Wah Lounge, between holding down support sets at Future Music Festival and Sterosonic.

In the midst of traversing the terrain, the would-be heir to the Mitani Chicken Salt empire has been refining and developing his now trademark musical style; a combination of melodic breakdowns and pace maker shattering drops, forming into post-Melbourne, festival ready big room sound. Quickly captivating the attention of those in the know, Krunk! has been handpicked to bring the ruckus to remixes for the likes of Uberjakd, Bombs Away, The Twins, Sean Finn, Mr Wilson, Rave Radio, Havana Brown and DJ’s From Mars. The results resonate across the ARIA & Beatport Top 40 charts and even as far as DJ City’s Chuckie remix comp which saw Krunk! take out the international honours with his take on Chuckie’s ‘Makin Papers’ record. There is no wonder that Krunk! has quickly earned a reputation as the secret weapon in every remix pack. With a to-be-revealed collaboration with Uberjak’d signed to xxx (we can’t say just yet, but you know them), and a starting place in Australia’s foremost EDM Talent Agency, Krunk! is poised to conquer the known world in 2014, just like his much-famed Macedonian forefathers.

Dennis White (aka Latroit) is a Grammy Award winning Producer and Artist with ARIA and BPI certified Gold, Platinum and Double Platinum selling records, and over twenty top 10 Billboard Club Chart tracks including remixes for artists ranging from Nile Rogers, to deadmau5, to the venerable Depeche Mode, for which he won a Grammy in 2018 for ‘Best Remixed Recording – ‘You Move’ (Latroit Remix)’. His place in the annals of Dance Music history are assured by his early work with Kevin Saunderson’s pioneering Detroit Techno act Inner City, The seminal UK release of the Static Revenger song ‘Happy People’ (charted by Fatboy slim as one of the top 10 songs of the Decade), to his current suite of Latroit releases, which enjoy the support of the worlds biggest DJ’s and broadcast outlets.

Livsey has cemented his position as an in-demand bookings in the UK in recent months, laying down numerous releases on the likes of Crucast & his own label ‘Switch Up Records’. That alongside tearing up a number of the biggest bass events & venues on more than one occasion up and down the country such as Fabric, Ministry of Sound, Tank, Leeds O2 Academy and Festivals such as Bass Festival, Fearfest & Parked Out.
At only a young age he has supported the likes of DJ EZ, TQD, My Nu Leng, Sigma, Pendulum, Stormzy along with a host of other names both in the UK and overseas.

“I don’t sing or rap” begins Luke, “But I sure as hell have something to say!”

A songwriter, producer and former hip hop DJ by trade, South Australian born Luke Wylde’s current artistic role is best described as a director.
Inspired by the likes of Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie, Wylde writes his stories, and then assembles a distinguished cast and crew of vocalists and musicians t tell them.

“The beats I make are the set, and the lyrics are the script” Luke explains, “but the most important part of my job is to extract the best performance from the vocalists”

Raised on a diverse musical diet of 90’s rap music and Aussie rock, Luke Wylde’s signature sound is a unique blend of fresh and familiar. Combining powerful and provocative story telling vocals with smoky guitar riffs and heavyweight hip hop drums, Luke’s debut single “Devils On The Loose” is aggressive and unpolished, and unapologetically authentic.
He might be taking an unusual path, but with a cast of collaborators that includes Xavier Dunn (Jack River, Peking Duk), Sean Kantrowitz (Ruel, Dr Dre) and newcomer Swamp on lead vocals, Luke Wylde’s journey to the top won’t be a lonely one.

Monstergetdown was born from a need to create not only new music, but new soundscapes altogether. He’s as much an artist as he is a shape-shifter – moving between genres seamlessly and taking to the streets to turn everyday sounds into groovy and atmospheric house and techno.

Growing up in Boyle Heights, an area just east of downtown Los Angeles, Monstergetdown began producing amid his discovery of artists like Green Velvet, Surkin, Deadmau5, Paco Osuna, Stimming and Tim Green in 2007. In the shadow of a city famous for artifice, he used his love of music to start building something real and raw – a mix of house and techno

After a few releases on European labels, his breakout moment happened when Deadmau5 heard his track 28MM in 2015. Mau5trap signed him immediately, and he spent the next two years honing in his sound and building the 28MM EP.

In 2016, Monstergetdown remixed Deadmau5’s hit Strobe for a vinyl exclusive of his W:/2016ALBUM/. This added to his 28MM momentum and has led to Deadmau5 bringing him on tour globally in 2017 and 2018 on the same bill as techno powerhouses like ANNA.

2018 continues to be a huge year for Monstergetdown’s growth, with artists like Richie Hawtin playing out his tracks and furthering his global appeal, it only promises to get bigger. With the May release of his Blakmajik EP, his track That’s That garnered attention from Pete Tong who played it out on his BBC1 Radio show. As he continues to tour with Deadmau5 in both the US and Europe, Monstergetdown continues to expand and create sounds that go far beyond his LA roots.

Life as we know it has become a sea of phones, static people, scrolling and updating the world of social media, instead of enjoying and savouring each moment as it happens.
This stops today with a call to action by dance music’s newest producer, Nofone, here to remind you of the here and now.. to bring you a dance floor free of observation where we can all come together as one, to live for the moment.
So put your phones aside for a moment, and let’s create a community of single minded people focusing on the music and coming together under one roof.
Stop scrolling and party with Nofone….or you could just hit him on your fone.. your choice!

“Pop that Knocks” is the ethos of New Yorker Sam Lassner, professionally known as Prince Fox. After spending previous years working with artists like Hailee Steinfeld, Bella Thorne, Quinn XCII, HOODIE ALLEN, YG , Richthekid, and many more, 2019 marks Prince Fox’s step into the forefront. Putting his vocals on more of his own songs, as well as putting his “pop that knocks” flare to good use on others releases, Fox shows no signs of slowing down.

Rinzen is a new producer out of Los Angeles seeking to create entire worlds with his music. Signed to mau5trap, Rinzen combines cinematic sound design with forward-thinking house and techno production to create something that is downright awe-inspiring.

Rinzen began in January 2017 with an official remix of Giorgio Moroder for Casablanca Records. The song received praised from Moroder himself, who stated: “This is Rinzen’s first official release, and I am so honored to be a part of it.” The remix was ultimately picked up by SiriusXM, who would go on to support it on BPM for three consecutive months.

In March of 2017, Rinzen joined deadmau5’s iconic mau5trap imprint with his first original, ‘Renegade,’ before following up with his debut EP, Forbidden City, in October. The three-track concept EP marked the first iteration of Rinzen’s true vision — to build entire worlds — and was lauded by Billboard as “a sonic exploration of human depth.” Rinzen further cemented the vision in May of 2018 with his second concept EP, Exoplanet, offering a three-track exploration into planets beyond our solar system.

Rinzen has been selected for Mixmag’s coveted Impact series, as well as been featured in DJ Mag’s Bubblin’ spotlight. Having recently performed alongside Eric Prydz, deadmau5, Matador, Cristoph and more, Rinzen shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Infamous for delivering sweat-soaked, hypnotic performances, with each seminal release standing the test of time, Sian burns deep into the collective psyche of electronic music like hot black chrome. Adhering more to the avant-garde side of club culture, both his, and the label’s output possess an otherworldly, driving and ecstatic atmosphere. Instantly recognizable, a powerhouse right on the razors edge, with a new-school attitude toward both sound and design aesthetics. Classic modern techno is what Sian and his label, Octopus, truly represent.
Born in Ireland, raised in Spain, and now calling the sprawling, sun-drenched metropolis of Los Angeles his beloved home. Sian’s DJ Sets and Live shows exhibit a unique, focused higher power. Selecting music from his vast catalogue, and warping it beyond belief through unusual hardware and software signal paths. Acidic, energetic, pulsating, and totally adventurous in his approach, Sian is consistently delivering pounding performances on stage, to euphoric, heaving masses. His touring adventures have taken him around the globe non-stop since the first single, with clubs and festivals alike experiencing his unmistakeable vibrant sound firsthand, on packed dance-floors worldwide.

His seminal label Octopus, has constantly broke all the rules and remained hyped-up in the charts, radio and press, for almost a decade. With releases and remixes from luminaries such as Nicole Moudaber, Gregor Tresher, Jay Lumen, Anna, Marc Houle, DVS1, Victor Ruiz, Pig & Dan, Julian Jeweil, Slam, Gui Boratto, Carlo Lio, Oliver Huntemann, and many more, it now also includes a steadily growing core roster of fresh faces. Fearlessly crossing genre lines and nurturing true artistic talent over everything else, the label is consistently breaking the next wave of exciting talent.

Remaining true to his roots in experimental nightlife, Sian and Octopus have created a ruthlessly underground party concept, the Octopus Warehouse series. Where he and very special guests conduct memorable sweat-soaked events, with custom sound and visuals pushed to their upper limits, including an accompanying white label release series.

Always inventive, raw and uncompromising in his creative process, Sian continues to demonstrate complete command over his audience, creating electrifying soundscapes with each and every step into the strobe lit haze..

Deadmau5’s (Joel Zimmerman) as his techno-driven alter-ego, TESTPILOT.

House legend, Daft Punk collaborator, and Grammy winner Todd Edwards is known for his hypnotic collage of cut-up samples over swung beats and lively disco-flavored baselines.

Credited as one of the godfathers of UK garage, his four-to-the-floor beats have earned him a passionate following. In addition to his own legendary productions, Edwards has remixed Daft Punk, Phoenix, Justice, Matthew Dear, Hot Chip, Spank Rock, Boris, Appaloosa, Klaxons, Surkin, Robin S, Zoot Woman, St. Germain, and Dimitri From Paris.

Edwards is the only artist Daft Punk has collaborated with twice: he sang, co-wrote, and co-produced “Face to Face” from Daft’s 2001 album ‘Discovery’ and “Fragments of Time” from Daft’s 2013 album ‘Random Access Memories,’ for which he received a Grammy.

The music Qrion creates takes inspiration from all the environments she finds herself in. Whether sampling the sounds of nature found on the Japanese island she grew up in, or the familiar pinging of an iPhone application, she uses the noise of the world around her to create intimate songs anchored by energetic beats and lush synth textures.

Born and raised in the snowy city of Sapporo, Qrion began making her own sounds in high school as a hobby by using her phone. Soon enough, she upgraded her tools and started sharing her songs online, demanding the attention of her peers and idols alike. Qrion connected with the world well beyond her home in northern Japan, working with producers like Ryan Hemsworth, Giraffage, Spencer Brown and many more. She’s released a steady stream of music from labels all over the globe, like Mad Decent, Moving Castle, and Anjunadeep to name a few.
Qrion has toured all over the world, and she’s only getting started. She’s shared the stage with the likes of Above & Beyond, Porter Robinson, Tourist, and joined Slow Magic on a North American tour. She’s played stages at NoisePop, Tomorrowland, HARD, and is poised to take her music to even more audiences in 2019