HE$H is a notorious dubstep DJ/producer from Dallas, TX. Known for his unique sound design, coupled with dirty south hip-hop influence, he launched Fuckshit Records with his brother-in-arms, Bommer, to release their music. Some of HE$H notable festival plays include Lost Lands, Spring Awakening, Bass Canyon and Bonnaroo. He has three national tours under his belt with the likes of Excision, Subtronics, and Bommer.
Putting St. Louis on the map for bass music, Bommer has pioneered his heavy sound since 2012 as a DJ and producer. Some of his notable anthems include “Yasuo” and“Planet Droid.” Bommer has released on labels such as Smog, Prime Audio, and Bassrush Records, and toured with HE$H, Subtronics and Blunts & Blondes.
VAMPA discovered her passion for electronic music at a young age. Hailing from Chicago, VAMPA began energizing her hometown scene with tunes that showcased her unique production and vocal abilities. VAMPA has released on BTSM’s Kannibalen Records, Boogie T’s Drama Club Recordings, Big Beat/Atlantic and Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats. VAMPA has toured North America with Boogie T, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Riot Ten and more, along with gracing the stages of marquee festivals such as Electric Forest, Lost Lands, Moonrise and others.
Colossus of Crust. Titan of Turn Up. Pashmina Demon Princess. Polo Sport Rave Daddy. He goes by many names, and rocks many looks on his journey through time and space – hellbent on spreading love, passion, and chest rattling bass music in the form of riddim-chopping dubstep with the help of his partner in justice and trusted dog, Derrick. The man, the myth, the legend…Los Angeles’ favorite son, Al Ross!
Growing up in Los Angeles, Level Up got her start in music by exploring the underground scene of NYC. She went on to study turntablism with legend Rob Swift and began traversing the city boroughs as a scratch-battle DJ. Her musical inspirations include notable names such as DJ Jazzy Jeff, Funkmaster Flex, and Grandmaster Flash. Level Up decided to ‘level up’ her career and pursue DJing and electronic music production. She was drawn to dubstep from the moment she heard it, citing Rusko, Caspa and Skream as influences during the creation of her unique wonky style. She has since gone on a national tour with Subtronics, graced the stages of Lost Lands, Electric Forest, and High Caliber, and is currently working on new music.
A Philadelphia native turned DJ & producer, ZiA has been circulating the metal and bass music scenes for close to a decade. Her love for music pushed her to follow a dream of taking the stage herself, and in 2018 she had a breakout year touring nationally with Subtronics. ZiA has played prestigious festivals such as Electric Forest, Lost Lands, Moonrise, Hard Summer and more, and released music on notable labels such as Bassrush and Deadbeats.
DJ / Producer duo consisting of Skyler Shores and M.D.P. Since joining together, the duo has ranked up nearly 1 million plays on Soundcloud, and played at major music festivals in the Midwest including Dancefestopia Music Festival, 515 Alive Music Festival, Spring Awakening Music Festival and more. Their future house remix of Sir Mix A Lot’s Baby Got Back became a viral vine success with over 350,000 loops, and over 250,000 plays on Soundcloud and was supported by major artists including Steve Aoki. Their remix of 5 & A Dime’s “Pipes” with Zeelaa was included in Herobust’s wildly popular Diplo & Friends mix.
Their live sets leave no bpm or subgenre untouched whether it’s dubstep, trap, future bass, electro house, future house, hardstyle and many more.
University friends Joe De Pace & Andrew Fedyk better known as Loud Luxury have been creating quite a stir in the dance music scene as of late.
It’s been an amazing ride for Loud Luxury (Andrew Fedyk and Joe De Pace). Since the Juno-Award winning duo debuted on Armada Music in late 2017 with their now worldwide smash hit “Body,” the most played song on dance radio for all of 2018, they sold platinum across the globe (8x in Canada, 3x in Australia, 2x in Switzerland and 1x in The U.K. & U.S.), held the #1 spot in the U.S. Mediabase Dance Airplay chart for two weeks, charted in the Top 20 of U.S. Pop radio and the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart (#4) and accumulated hundreds of millions of plays across the most popular streaming services. It’s follow-up single “Love No More” garnered 12 million streams on Spotify alone in its first month and currently sits at an impressive 100 million+ plays on the streaming platform.
In addition to headlining the “Nights Like This” tour, with over 50 dates across North America, Loud Luxury will make their debut at Lollapalooza in Chicago and on the mainstage of Tomorrowland in Europe this summer, alongside Parookaville, Mysteryland, EDC and a slew of other festivals this year in addition to their residency at Hakkasan, Omnia and Wet Republic in Las Vegas.
With their recent release, “I’m Not Alright,” with Bryce Vine, the future appears bright for these young artists as they try to conquer the dance music world…one tequila shot at a time.
Following up on a massive 2019, Frank Walker has had a huge start to 2020. Touted as an iHeartRadio Future Star and a Billboard Rising Artist, this Toronto-native has captivated fans across the globe, owing mainstages in Europe, Asia, and North America. Frank also supported Kygo on his “Kids In Love” worldwide tour. Backed by the industry’s best and fresh off a new record deal with Sony Music this producer is becoming a mainstay on Spotify’s Dance & Pop playlists. Destined for big things, Frank has just released a song with R3HAB, and has had official remixes for Kygo, Marshmello, Bastille, and Loud Luxury. His recent singles ‘Heartbreak Back’ and ‘Only When It Rains’ both went top 10 on Canadian Top 40 radio, with the former gaining Gold status.
Born & bred in San Diego, Cheyenne Giles has exploded within the dance music scene. His originals and mashups deliver a hefty dose of his energetic “Big Room Bounce” sound that has piqued the interest and gained the support from some of the world’s best DJ’s. Tiesto, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers, Loud Luxury and other artists have been known to drop his tracks regularly in their sets. In 2019, Cheyenne signed a record deal with Tiesto’s Musical Freedom label. The legendary DJ and label boss has gone on to say “Cheyenne is a unique producer who invented a unique festival groovy banging style!” With an array of upcoming high-profile performances and releases, Cheyenne Giles is proving to the dance music world that he, along with his unique and undeniably catchy sound, is here to be the next mainstay.
Originating out of Chicago, IL, James Fisher – better known as ALIGN, creates thought provoking music for the everyday listener. From your daily commute to a night out with friends, this is your soundtrack. So far in his young career, ALIGN has already appeared alongside the likes of Louis The Child, Illenium, Autograf, Hayden James, Thomas Jack, SNBRN and GTA among others. Additionally, both his remix for Win and Woo’s song Constellation, and original collaboration “All in Our Eyes” with fellow Chicago artist Mielo reached #1 on HypeMachine. Stay sharp or you just might find yourself joining the #Alignment
Born and raised in Chicago, GoodSex has played music at some of the biggest parties the country has to offer, including the main stage at Spring Awakening, Summer Camp and Freaky Deaky Music Festivals as well as the Silent Disco at Electric Forest. In addition to festivals, for seven years, he has been consistently booked at some of the hottest night clubs in the city of Chicago, including three of DJ Mag’s top ten nightclubs, Spybar, Primary and the MID, headlining and gaining residency at each. From raucous festivals stages all over the country to a dusty DJ booth at Burning Man, GoodSex is something everyone can agree on.
His musical stylings highlight choice tracks from every genre that hold one similar quality, they will make you move. Wielding a pair of CDJ’s, GoodSex blends multiple tempos, energies, and genres into one seamless experience.
From dirty trap to soulful house to electro funk, audiences always leave his sets sweaty and satisfied. GoodSex is simple, GoodSex is undefined, GoodSex is good music is GoodSex.