JSTJR's music is best represented by imagery and emotion rather than derivative subgenres and labels. Walk into the most thumping nightclubs and sweaty, wall-shaking basements from Lisbon to Los Angeles to Lima and you'll understand the 27-year-old producer's global sound that has earned him official releases on dance music's top labels including Insomniac Records, Mad Decent, Fool's Gold, and SMOG.
Wuki is the genre-blending solo project of Los Angeles-based producer Kris Barman. Influenced by the sounds of Detroit ghettotech and Chicago footwork scenes, Barman’s ability to seamlessly mix booty, breaks, electro, and house into hard-hitting club-shakers has become a trademark of the Wuki sound. The ever evolving Wuki, has done official remixes for some of Electronic Music’s top artists including for The Chainsmokers, RL Grime, Kill The Noise, Galantis and has releases on notable imprints such as Mad Decent, OWSLA & more .
Henry Fong is an acclaimed, unstoppable force and venerated talent in the electronic dance music landscape, who has seen an immense amount of success with his hard-hitting take on various electronic genres over the course of his decade-long career.
Over time, he’s experienced several pivotal career points, such as his groundbreaking hit ‘Rave Tool’, which garnered staunch support from the likes of DJ Snake, Skrillex, and Dillon Francis to name a few. The DJ/producer has collaborated with top acts including Hardwell, R3HAB, Deorro, and Rome (from SUBLIME with Rome) and scored remixes for Calvin Harris & Rihanna, and DJ Snake.
Los Angeles based producer Sam F got his start in the dance music scene producing the viral SNL skit "When Will The Bass Drop". He was consecutively featured on the popular TV show American Dad in the season finale "Standard Deviation".
Sam F has been on the rise recently with multiple charting Dance, Pop, and K-Pop tracks, with his genre-bending sound having him perform at some of the largest festivals in the country.
In an age where the realms of electronic music have become completely saturated, true musical integrity and originality are fast becoming the key indicators of success. Good Times Ahead have these characteristics in abundance, and at the mere age of just twenty-six, the Miami-born DJs/Producer duo Matt Toth and Julio Meija have managed to build nothing short of a remarkable musical empire. Whether it’s their own original song, remix, or collaborations with some of music’s A-list artists, Good Times Ahead have continued to receive support from both fans and the ‘who’s who’ in the music industry. Whether it is their hit ‘Intoxicated’ with Martin Solveig (which went top 5 on UK charts), their Diplo assisted single ‘Boy Oh Boy’ that garnered over 86 million Youtube plays, their genre bending collaboration with Rick Ross on ‘Movin Bass’ accumulating over 18 million plays on Spotify, their remix of Rihanna’s ‘BBHMM’ with 6 million plays on Soundcloud or being enlisted by the prominent Rick Rubin on his Star Wars: Headspace compilation, Good Times Ahead have truly positioned themselves as new-wave tastemakers and are paving the way for genre-less music to stand at the forefront.
Supported by rock and electronic staples including deadmau5, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Senses Fail, Bring Me The Horizon, Borgore and more, HVDES brings a blackhearted yet thrilling aura to the next generation of electronic music. With deep roots in her local punk scene, HVDES possesses a versatile grasp of music across the spectrum, beginning with her earliest talents as a classically trained pianist. Armed with her influences in the rock scene and a laptop, HVDES found her sound by expressing her authentic self — turning the darkest corners of her life into music, HVDES offers a strikingly sinister sound that resonates on the dance floor. Much like the ruler of the underworld, the sheer intensity of HVDES’ trademark sound represents her fierce persona.
For the misfits and the misunderstood, HVDES delivers both a comforting and cutting-edge perspective on the dark side of life. Creating beauty where there’s pain, the sound of HVDES cuts deep in all the right places.
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