Alan Bolton is an Irish digital artist residing in Tenerife, Spain. A freelance creative in all forms of mixed media, the...
Raised by New York, but based in Los Angeles, writer-producer Benjmn has forged a lane for himself from sheer power of...
In a world full of constant noise and chatter, where everyone is looking for the next step in musical evolution but...
Bryar is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. A graduate of Berklee College of Music she has worked as a...
From musical prodigy to industry trendsetter, Callie Reiff is unlike any other. As an accomplished producer, DJ, and all-around performer, she’s...
While the name may escape you, if you’ve got even a fingernail on the pulse of pop culture, you’ve almost certainly...
Joel Thomas Zimmerman, better known by his stage name deadmau5, is a Canadian record producer, DJ, musician, and composer. Zimmerman produces...
The electronic producer moniker of Dino Lanni, from Cassino, Italy, based in London. He has a footprint in the dance and...
Dominique is a rising artist and songwriter from Los Angeles, CA. She entered the songwriting scene in 2017 and since then...
Example isn’t reinventing himself, he is going back to what he is about He says: “Whenmy deal with Ministry of Sound...
“Hailing from France and currently based in the UK can do it all. Mentored and trained by Jimmy Douglass in Miami...
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Hoops has made versatility her signature. After getting her start with an opera degree from...
Jay Robinson is your favourite DJs favourite producer. With support for his music arriving from all corners of the electronic music...
In a time where EDM has been seemingly invaded overnight by a plethora of barely legal production prodigies, Krunk! commands the...
With a sound defined by both the thrill of the future and potent nostalgia, Lamorn defies the boundaries of electronic music....
Le Youth has been a constant force in dance music since his crossover hits ‘C O O L’ and ‘Dance With...
Livsey has cemented his position as an in-demand bookings in the UK in recent months, laying down numerous releases on the...
An assiduously visceral journey deep into his core being, Maison Ware debuts his sinful Mind EP. The technical two-track display is...
With a sound that embodies a rich, opulent atmosphere and a flawless touch in the studio, Ninajirachi is truly in her...
British born Songwriter/Producer Phil Simmonds’ career began in his late teens as a touring musician and later Musical Director with artists...
Born and raised in the snowy city of Sapporo, Qrion began making her own sounds in high school as a hobby...
Stepping onto the scene with an intoxicating signature sound and a spunky, future- focused state of mind, Speaker Honey represents the...
27-year-old Spencer Brown creates forward-thinking dance music that defies quick-shifting industry trends. His sound ranges from melodic, euphoric house to darker,...
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...
Alan Bolton is an Irish digital artist residing in Tenerife, Spain. A freelance creative in all forms of mixed media, the photographer, videographer, graphic designer, and 3D artist isn’t tethered to any one particular medium. His style of surreal and abstract 3D artworks based heavily on combining elements from spirituality, technology, and nature into unique still-image and video artworks. He has been in the crypto art scene since November 2020 and has been building his name as a digital artist in the space, having his work published on a number of top art platforms.
A frequent mau5trap collaborator discovered by tagging the label in short augmented reality clips via Instagram, Alan found his rightful home with the label when they decided to bring him onboard to sharpen their visual branding efforts in the digital age. Over the course of 2020, Alan and mau5trap worked hand in hand on numerous campaigns.
Recently signed to Seven20 Management as the firm’s first-ever digital artist, Alan Bolton takes things one step further with his debut NFT drop in collaboration with fellow Seven20 artist, Jay Robinson. At the heels of his intoxicating house romp “Complicated” featuring Dominique, Jay Robinson lends his unique rhythmic patterns and energizing house soundscapes to this 3-part audio-visual NFT drop
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.
In a world full of constant noise and chatter, where everyone is looking for the next step in musical evolution but no one wants to break from the formulative design and structure of the current music scene comes BreakCode, a raw powerful assault on your musical senses bringing some of the most exciting sounds in electronic music today to the forefront of the music industry.
With musical beginnings in techno this project pushes further then the limitations the producers of today have placed on themselves. Encompassing the raw energy of the Punk scene, the rebellion of 90’s Hip-hop, the powerful sound of techno & all out sonic assault of the early rave scene. This live electronic act is set to bring a sense of urgency and ever evolving sound back to the people to make you question the society we live in and the same continuous music being handed out by the industry.
Don’t follow trends, don’t be trapped by one scene or sound, push forward & believe in a dancefloor built for you to express yourself your way….This is BreakCode!
Bryar is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. A graduate of Berklee College of Music she has worked as a topliner with many producers including Grammy nominated Harmony Samuels, Rabitt and more. Her songs have been featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds, Brand New Artists, Poptronix, and On Point editorial playlists. Also often writing for film/tv, her music has been featured on the TLC Network.
From musical prodigy to industry trendsetter, Callie Reiff is unlike any other. As an accomplished producer, DJ, and all-around performer, she’s made history as the youngest DJ to perform at Webster Hall — since then, she’s taken the stage at festivals such as Creamfields, EDC Las Vegas, Tomorrowland, and Ultra and she’s opened for world-renowned acts including Ed Sheeran, Skrillex, and more. Now at 21 years old, Callie Reiff has aligned herself at the intersection of indie pop and electronic — the sky’s the limit for her career.
Callie enters 2021 with “The Kids Are All Rebels 2.0” in collaboration with Lenii, a record that sets the precedent for her electrifying indie-in-the-club signature sound. There’s a reason she’s gained global support from tastemakers such as BBC Radio 1’s Annie Nightingale, Rinse FM’s Marcus Nasty, and Diplo — each release exudes Callie’s bubbling, fearless energy and unrivaled character. In addition to her own tracks, Callie has knocked out dance floor-ready remixes for artists such as Alison Wonderland, SOFI TUKKER, TRACE, and more.
Recognized for her artistry by entertainment power players like Spotify and Teen Vogue, Callie’s journey continues: she spent 2020 in the studio with a handful of industry-leading artists such as Grabbitz and Audrey Nuna and joined SOFI TUKKER for a live stream residency to round out the year. Pushing forward, Callie’s ready to reveal the next era of her burgeoning 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.
The electronic producer moniker of Dino Lanni, from Cassino, Italy, based in London. He has a footprint in the dance and electronic world that stretches back over 20 years. He’s stayed true to his art and himself and therefore remained relevant but without becoming an obvious household name. Over the years he’s had releases on highly respected labels such as Ellum, Innervisions, Crosstown Rebels, Exploited, Yoshitoshi, Cocoon, and Dynamic. He’s also noted for remixing Underworld, INXS, Missy Elliot, Timbaland and collaborating with the Scissor Sisters, WuTang Clanto Madonna. Currently, he’s had a number of releases and collaborations with influential tastemakers such as Maceo Plex, Seth Troxler, Agoria, ARTBAT, Solomun and arguably the world’s real #1 DJ/producer Dixon. This, in turn, has led to an extensive DJ touring schedule.
Dominique is a rising artist and songwriter from Los Angeles, CA. She entered the songwriting scene in 2017 and since then has landed some collaborations with James Maslow, Benny Benassi, Justin Jesso, LND Noise, Nick Lopez, and several others. Her latest success was a national TV commercial sync with Big Lots for her rendition of “Put A Little Love In Your Heart.” Not only does Dominique pen songs for other artists she also releases music under Dominique.
Example isn’t reinventing himself, he is going back to what he is about He says: “Whenmy deal with Ministry of Sound ended after 3 albums, I signed to Sony. Me and the Sony execs then spent a lot of time thinking and talking about what “direction” I should be going in, and not much time releasing music. So earlier this year we broke up, amicably, and I decided to set up my own label via AWAL/Kobalt, I just wanted to keep things simple, and do what I love doing –big club bangers which tell a story”. Example’s career spans over adecade and needs little introduction: with three top 10 albums (including the Platinum selling number 1 “Playing In The Shadows”), ten top 10 singles, arena tours and festival headline slots in over 60 countries. Each of Example’s albums has documented a different stage in his life, 2019saw him releasehis latest anthem “All Night”. The video, featuring hiswifemodel/presenter Erin McNaught, went viral with astronomical streaming and You Tube numbers. “I don’t care about playing the game anymore –I just want to have fun with my music again!”
“Hailing from France and currently based in the UK can do it all. Mentored and trained by Jimmy Douglass in Miami (Jay Z, Kanye West, Timberland, Justin Timberlake) He predecessor trainee to Jimmy was Andrew Watt. From Accompaniment and Arrangements for Madison Beer Live and Connor Maynard, to Co-writes on “Born To Love” Meduza Feat Shells, featured on albums and singles (Talk Box) Plan B (3 album tracks), The Vamps “Shades On” (lead track on “Dog Show” Film. Co-wrote and produced “Can’t Beat The Old School” Bo Saris – used on Forza Horizon 2. Additionally, he wrote and Produced the theme for Qatar Airways World Cup Theme with Nicole Scherzinger. Currently working on projects with deadmau5, Madison Beer, The Neptunes and new material with Meduza. He’s bilingual in French and English and also trained in Music Therapy working in mental health and Rehabilitation.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Hoops has made versatility her signature. After getting her start with an opera degree from a top New York conservatory, Hoops earned her songwriting stripes working alongside producer JR Rotem and Jesse St. John on original music for Fox’s hit show EMPIRE. Never one to stay in the same place for too long, Hoops quickly pivoted to indie pop, writing Elohim’s breakout single “Sleepy Eyes” with Wethan. From there Hoops quickly founds herself in rooms with Childish Gambino (“Awaken, My Love”), Austin Mahone (“Oxygen”), M83, Cirkut, Ludwig Goransson, Ariel Rechtshaid, Danger Mouse, Electric Guest, Jesse Shatkin, Sophie Simmons (“Black Mirror”), and most recently Ava Max (“Blood Sweat & Tears”). Half Armenian, half Bolivian, Hoops has been flexing her bilingual muscles, racking up collabs and co-writes alongside the likes of Reik, Jenn Morel (“Peligrosa”), Isabela Moner (Republic) and more.
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.
With a sound defined by both the thrill of the future and potent nostalgia, Lamorn defies the boundaries of electronic music. At just 18 years old, Lamorn’s musical prowess knows no limits — he’s a bright-eyed multi-instrumentalist with the world at his fingertips. Those who seek warmth and exhilaration will find a home within Lamorn’s blossoming catalog, a collection of songs marked by radiant melodies and innovative electronic elements.
Once Lamorn kicked off his artist project in 2019, his captivating, contemporary sound made its way into the hearts of some of the most notable artists in dance music: Lamorn developed a friendship with deadmau5 thanks to tuning into his mau5trap Mondays live stream and submitting a demo for review. After exchanging music with one another for a couple of weeks, Lamorn submitted a production that moved deadmau5 so much that he decided to sign Lamorn on the spot — this event sparked a professional relationship between the two, resulting in Lamorn’s new home with mau5trap. What’s more, just before becoming involved with deadmau5 and his imprint, Lamorn submitted a remix for ATTLAS’ remix competition for his single “Half Light” featuring Alisa Xayalith — Lamorn won, which landed him a spot on the official remix EP for the single in 2020. To round out the year, Lamorn released an official remix of deadmau5 and Kiesza’s hit single “Bridged By A Lightwave.”
Lamorn enters 2021 with impressive co-signs from industry tastemakers and a steady momentum from 2020 – the story of Lamorn is just beginning.
Le Youth has been a constant force in dance music since his crossover hits ‘C O O L’ and ‘Dance With Me’ stormed the UK charts in 2013. Fast forward almost 7 years and numerous records, remixes and a quarter of a billion streams later, Le Youth continues to elevate his artistry starting with his most recent offering “Aquiver EP” on Lane 8’s This Never Happened imprint.
Heavily inspired by the deep melodic techno and progressive sounds that came out of Europe from the likes of Sasha, John Digweed, Eric Prydz and more recently Lane 8, Yotto, and Ben Bohmer, Le Youth’s decision to make new music made almost exclusively for the dance floor, was a deliberate one.
Wes James, aka Le Youth, began collecting iconic vintage studio equipment and synthesizers over the past year. His exploration of these pieces, by both experimenting with them himself and learning of their usage throughout dance music history, led Wes down a new musical avenue rediscovering some of the true analog essence of dance music.
The coming year will be one to watch for Le Youth and his musical output on This Never Happened, Island Records and his new label and event brand PRGRSSN.
Catch him on the road supporting Lane 8 on his Brightest Lights Tour 2020, as well as his own headline PRGRSSN Tour in February, March & April and new 2020 residencies at Elsewhere in Brooklyn, NY and the iconic Audio in San Francisco.
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.
An assiduously visceral journey deep into his core being, Maison Ware debuts his sinful Mind EP. The technical two-track display is available for streaming and purchase on Friday, February 28 via mau5trap.
Inviting listeners into his secret society through spell-like sounds, Maison Ware’s latest addition to his catalogue serves as a haunting exhibition of impressive midtempo mastery. Sultry sweet vocals juxtapose against a dark, fleeting bassline in the EPs namesake track, “Mind,” as Maison Ware weaves shadowy pathways into the brains deepest and darkest cavities. Laced with brooding tinges of tech-house flare, “Satisfy” yet again captivates with entrancing vocals. “Now you got me” reverberates over a nefariously oscillating bass-fueled backsound, as Maison Ware beckons the masses to join his society.
In addition to his impressive two-track EP, Maison Ware recently scored the film Spree, which premiered at Sundance 2020. Starring Stranger Things’ Joe Keery, Spree is a product of Drake’s production company Forest Hill Entertainment.
Maison Ware made his mau5trap debut on we are friends vol. 009 with “Shibuya,” a technical feat fueled by his various Japanese influences. Back now for his Mind EP, Maison Ware’s deviant sound still sees the authority of Tokyo’s towering lights and dark back alleyways of the Shibuya district. An enigmatic producer of no name, Maison Ware is all of us at once.
With a sound that embodies a rich, opulent atmosphere and a flawless touch in the studio, Ninajirachi is truly in her own lane. The Australian triple-threat producer, songwriter, and DJ has built a career that encompasses the spectrum of electronic music, garnering praise from critics and notable artists alike. Ninajirachi moved the needle with her record-breaking debut single, “Pure Luck,” receiving recognition from all over the world. There’s a reason “Pure Luck” topped the Spotify Australia Viral charts and became 2017’s second most-played song on triple j — Ninajirachi’s musical aptitude reached audiences far and wide before she even had a chance to graduate high school.
Following the success of “Pure Luck,” Ninajirachi linked with fellow powerhouse producer and DJ Nina Las Vegas for their 2018 collaborative single, “Thursdays.” Noticing Ninajirachi’s next-level sound, Nina Las Vegas added the fast-rising producer to her label’s roster: Ninajirachi signed to NLV Records for the release of her debut EP, Lapland. Bouncy, unique, and full of life, Lapland features seven kinetic cuts that ooze Ninajirachi’s untouchable signature sound. Beyond her own releases, Ninajirachi has lent her savvy in the studio to remixes for artists including Flight Facilities, Anna Lunoe, Hermitude, and more.
To say Ninajirachi took 2019 by storm would be an understatement — she was March’s resident DJ on Mix Up on triple j, released her first sample pack with Splice, delivered guest mixes for BBC 1XTRA and Diplo & Friends, became the first Australian producer to be featured in Ableton’s One Thing, and even co-wrote and produced the official anthem for Australia’s Matildas in the FIFA Women’s World Cup. In the midst of all the madness, Ninajirachi released Water Gun / Stingray via NLV Records, which garnered a premiere from Mixmag.
Beyond her work in the studio, Ninajirachi has performed at major Australian festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Field Day, Falls Festival, Listen Out, and more. Along with her festival appearances, she has supported artists including Mallrat, Crooked Colours, and Hermitude on tour. Propelling forward, Ninajirachi enters 2020 supporting What So Not on tour and gearing up for more new music to come. Standing tall as an immovable force within electronic music, the only way for Ninajirachi is up.
British born Songwriter/Producer Phil Simmonds’ career began in his late teens as a touring musician and later Musical Director with artists such as Jessie J, Conrad Sewell, Angel Haze, Zak Abel, Rae Morris, Leona Lewis. Before finding his lane working with like minded artists in the studio.
Moving to Los Angeles from London in early 2016 for three years Phil produced for an array of different artists with full projects such as Eryn Allen Kane’s “A Tree Planted By Water”, TriOrca’s debut album “Missing”. Other notable records include Olivia O’Brien “Jocelyn”, Sophia Bastian “Blind Ambition”, William “Blindside”, SKYLR “Don’t Sleep”, Stan Taylor “Confessions”.
Now currently in the UK his up and coming 2020 releases include Lily Papas (Universal Australia), TriOrca, Anson Seabra, and Little Dume (UMG/Burnett Music Group).
In 2019 alone Phil has had music featured on award winning TV shows such as Shameless (Showtime), Good Trouble (Free Form), and All American (CW).
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. Taking inspiration from all the environments at her whim, Qrion’s signature sound oozes genuine artistry. She uses the noise of the world around her to create intimate songs anchored by energetic beats and lush synth textures. There’s a reason why she was named on Forbes Japan’s 30 Under 30 list: since the inception of her musical career, Qrion’s name has graced labels such as Anjunadeep, This Never Happened, Mad Decent, and more. Beyond her profound original productions, like her collaborative Sapporo EP with Spencer Brown and her solo debut Sine Wave Party EP via Anjunadeep, Qrion proves her mettle as an excellent remixer, too. She’s lent her future-focused sound to artists such as Alina Baraz, Lane 8, Andrew Bayer, TOKiMONSTA, and more to elevate a variety of songs across the spectrum of today’s hit music.
Ranging from soft, exquisite beats to ‘90s-adjacent dancefloor numbers, Qrion delivers a versatile flair to electronic music. Last year, Qrion took both her release and performance schedule to the next level: her self-released Waves EP explored the next chapter of her trademark sound while her Apple Music One Mix on Beats 1 took her talents across airwaves worldwide. Sharing the stage with Above & Beyond, Porter Robinson, and Tourist in previous years, 2019 saw Qrion join deadmau5’s Cube V3 Tour and perform landmark shows like ABGT350 Live from Prague, Anjunadeep’s London showcase at Printworks, and festival performances at NoisePop, Tomorrowland, and HARD.
Gaining momentum like never before at the beginning of 2020, Qrion touched down in cities across North America on tour with Spencer Brown and for festival appearances at EDC Mexico and Groove Cruise in Miami. Despite the global shutdown due to COVID-19, Qrion stayed connected with her audience: she’s performed a handful of live-streamed sets for events such as Mat Zo’s Stratosfest on Minecraft and Insomniac’s Day Trip showcase. In addition to her virtual performances, Qrion partnered with Spotify to curate Qrion’s track IDs, a regularly- updated playlist with more than 7,000 followers featuring her favorite tracks. To Qrion, innovation is key: her unwavering ability to remain close and connected with her community through music prevails despite the current limitations of the music industry.
Stepping onto the scene with an intoxicating signature sound and a spunky, future- focused state of mind, Speaker Honey represents the next generation of dance music. Capturing audiences one by one, Speaker Honey has concocted her unique musical touch throughout her entire life. She’s mastered the art of instruments including violin, piano, guitar, and more, leading her to synthesizers and Ableton, unlocking cutting-edge production at her fingertips. With a penchant for raw, heavy sounds, Speaker Honey channels the doom and gloom of late-night dance floors with fearless, energetic poise.
Though she’s spent years playing in bands and tinkering with countless tools to create her signature touch, Speaker Honey made her introduction through one of dance music’s most notable labels, mau5trap. Her debut single “Shoyu” was released on the label’s 2019 compilation, We Are Friends, Vol. 9, a perfect fit for the diverse, innovative nature of the record. Following her label debut, Speaker Honey has since released a handful of music with mau5trap exclusively, including her Night Visions EP, Super Future EP, and her latest Interrupted EP.
Armed with a killer discography and a fierce drive to create, Speaker Honey is all about moving forward. Along with her impressive release catalog, Speaker Honey has solidified her status as a performer too, joining direct support for labelmate No Mana’s ‘Secret Something’ tour and performing at the innovative RazerCon 2020 online festival. Speaker Honey’s brand transcends music, too: she debuted her collaboration with Infinite Future Gear in 2020 to represent her cutting-edge eye for fashion. For Speaker Honey, this is only the beginning — her metamorphosis from an industry newcomer to a trendsetter is happening in real-time.
27-year-old Spencer Brown creates forward-thinking dance music that defies quick-shifting industry trends. His sound ranges from melodic, euphoric house to darker, stripped-back techno, while always encapsulating his progressive flow.
After Above & Beyond discovered Spencer through his 2014 debut release “Chalice EP” on Avicii’s LE7ELS, Spencer released two full-length iTunes #1 albums, Illusion of Perfection  and Stream of Consciousness , both presented in continuous mixes. Meanwhile, his techno was signed by and received diverse DJ support from Sasha, Calvin Harris, FISHER, and countless other tastemakers.
After making his live debut at Avicii’s 2013 Hollywood Bowl show, Spencer was invited to tour across North America on Avicii’s True Tour. This extensive touring was done while studying Electrical & Computer Engineering at the prestigious Duke University, where he graduated with distinction in 2016 after publishing a thesis on omnidirectional loudspeakers.
Following up his opening for Above & Beyond’s colossal 2018 Common Ground tour, Spencer embarked on multiple mammoth international headline solo tours, showcasing his live brilliance mainly focusing on original productions.
Spencer’s relentless work ethic and production prolificacy, crystal clear vision, extensive A-List DJ support, and forward thinking compositions propel his unstoppable rise as he continues to deliver ambitious performances that can stand the test of time.
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.