With almost 170 million combined streams on Spotify and over 1 billion combined streams on YouTube, Joshua Mellody, better known as Zomboy, has positioned himself as a leader in bass music through his timeless productions and versatility in an age where electronic music continues to evolve. The international heavyweight first made his mark with his debut album 'The Outbreak,' which hit #1 on the iTunes Electronic Chart in 10 countries including USA, Canada, Italy and Germany and #9 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. He quickly built a devoted and enduring fan base through hits like his 2016 remix of The Chainsmokers ft. Daya - “Don't Let Me Down,” which has achieved over 23 million combined streams to date, and 2018’s bass anthem “Like A B*tch” off his ‘Neon Grave’ EP, which has accumulated over 28 million streams to date. 2017 through 2019 has seen continued success of his “Rott N’ Roll” brand which encompasses his two-part Extended Player, Radio Show and tour of the same name.
Blurring the lines between electronic and hip-hop with Latin influences, internationally-recognized producer act Boombox Cartel has risen the ranks as an unparalleled force in the world of dance music.
In 2017, Boombox Cartel started touring the project globally, securing sold-out shows and prime festival slots at Lollapalooza, Global Dance Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, and more. With his intention to bring his music and people from all backgrounds together in every performance, the artist’s built up accreditation in the dance music realm speaks for itself.
Today, Boombox Cartel continues to inspire musical boundaries in his genre-blending output. Alongside releases on record labels such as Mad Decent, OWSLA, and Spinnin, Boombox Cartel has also been featured in prominent publications like Billboard, Noisey, Complex, and DJ MAG, and currently stands as the #1 ranked Mexican DJ in the world. The world of Boombox Cartel stands on the precipice of global domination.
Blanke. The e is silent.
In just 3 years, JP Orchison has taken the Blanke project from his native Australia to the World. Inking a deal with United Talent Agency, Blanke (in his first year of North American Touring) was booked to play on festivals like Paradiso, Global Dance, Illfest Austin, Hard Summer, Dancefestopia & EDC Las Vegas, a regular on lineups for Brands like Deadbeats and Brownies & Lemonade, and was selected as a support act for Illenium’s assive Ascend Tour.
Recently named Break Out Artist of 2019 on Subreddit R/EDM’s best of 2019, Blanke has seen continuous support from various international Dance music media including Run The Trap (who named him on their 'Australian artists to Watch' list in 2018 + #7 on their Breakout Artists of 2018 ) YourEDM (named #3 on their top 40 artists to watch in 2019), Dancing Astronaut, Nest HQ, Insomniac, Bass Rush, Life Without Andy, UKF and Noiseporn. Blanke's music has found itself on Labels like Astralwerks, Ultra, Dim Mak, Deadbeats, Sweat it Out, Ministry Of Sound, Deadbeats, Lowly Palace and Buygore, has scored airtime on Triple J, BBC Radio 1 and Sirius XM, featured in mixes and radio shows by Diplo, NGHTMRE, Slander, Alison Wonderland, Noisia, and Zeds Dead as well as landing in DJ Sets at festivals like Tomorrowland, Ultra Miami, EDC Las Vegas, Coachella, Splendour in The Grass, Shambala and Lost Lands thanks to the likes of Rezz, k?d, BTSM, Ekali, Kayzo, Grandtheft, Illenium, Steve Aoki, Peking Duk, Zeds Dead, GTA and more.
Blanke’s standout Collaboration with global superstar REZZ ‘Mixed Signals’ has reached 3 Million plays on spotify, was featured in Ultra Music Festival Miami’s recap video’s and played during the fireworks display at EDC Las Vegas this year. His collaboration with Global Superstars Illenium and Bipolar Sunshine ‘Gorgeous’ is featured on Illenium’s Billboard Dance #2 charting Album Ascend, and recent EP Change and Decay on Deadbeats landing in official playlists on the platform with a reach in excess of 15 million listeners.
Official remixes for Marshmello, Illenium, RL Grime, PNAU, Gryffin, Jonas Blue, Party Favor, Steve Aoki, Peking Duk & Tommy Trash have reached over 20 Million plays collectively on Spotify alone & found themselves in the Mint, Fresh Electronic, Happy Beats giant playlists along the way, with the PNAU Remix named as one of Billboard Dance’s Top Ten Remixes of 2018. Collaborations with ATLiens, 1788-L, JayKode, ZEKE BEATS and Godlands along with Bootleg’s of Virtual Self, Boys Noize, Madeon & Skrillex have collectively seen over 2 million plays on soundcloud. Not reserved to editorial support, Blankes music has landed in the artist lead playlists by the likes of Marshmello, JAUZ, Ghastly, Illenium, Slander, Zeds Dead, NGHTMRE & Deadmau5. Most recently, Blanke was tapped by Global gaming Phenomenon League of Legends to officially remix their 2019 World Cup Anthem ‘Phoenix’, reaching 150k plays on Spotify in one weeks as well as 750k on YouTube!
Kicking off 2020 with a 40+ date tour across North America as main support for Black Tiger Sex Machine and being announced at the Circuit Grounds for EDC La Vegas 2020, this year is looking to really be a step up in the Blanke story.
Decadon is an accomplished musician from Denver, Colorado. His upbringing and musical
inception is rooted in rock music. He is a self-taught musician with natural talent and impressive
skills on piano, drums, and bass, in addition to his well-known guitar abilities. With an intense
interest in technology, combined with his love for writing and performing, he joined the world of
Electronic Dance Music. Decadon shows are a fusion of a hard hitting DJ set and unique live
guitar performance. His electric performances fuse the best elements of both Rock n’ Roll and
EDM, seamlessly blended into a hybrid of what can only be defined as Rockstep. The year 2019
and beyond is set to be epic for all Decadon fans and an awakening to those who haven't yet
been exposed to his music or shows.
Blossom knows exactly what she wants and she’s going for it. In a short time, the Night Bass associated DJ/producer has made her presence known with an array of assertive house productions, all of which radiate a bold, unmistakable style and scream her name out loud — Blossom.
The London-born, Phoenix-raised talent caught the music bug early on. Blossom was classically trained and brought up playing 12 years in orchestra before she found her love for dance music. Garage Band and Logic Pro X soon took over, but it was enrolling at Dubspot, LA in 2015 where she knew she’d find her sound.
Since then, she “Blossomed” so to speak. Instructed by Petey Clicks and DJ Rap, named one of “The 10 Best Female DJs in Phoenix" (2016), featured on Ghastly's episode of Diplo and Friends, and supported by tastemakers Dr. Fresch, AC Slater, Sonny Fodera and more; Blossom earned her stripes from the jump. Not to mention her support roles for Slushii, AC Slater, Destructo and Steve Aoki, among others. Plus, an "Expert" collaboration with reigning G-House champ, BIJOU.
Nothing, however, resonates more than her relentless work ethic, skillful mixing, and undying passion for music, as heard with her debut EP. Blossom’s freshly-dropped ‘Big Shot’ EP has instinctively found a home with Night Bass, but challenges any expectation of the label. A fiery party starter, the three-track release featuring TT The Artist and Outlaw The Artist revs up an excitement for what’s to come with three distinct moods: "Big Shot," "DYTAM" and "Anime." There's plenty more where this came from.
Watch out — because Blossom hasn’t fully bloomed just yet.