Aevion is the solo pilot behind a range of influential tracks which are setting alight dance floors across the globe. This new London born producer has proven he can master any form of house from tropical, to deep, to mind-blowing tech house. Aevion started producing at the tender age of 15, by age 16 his talent was discovered by Spinnin Records and snapped up immediately along with the likes of Oliver Heldens, Martin Garrix and Sam Feldt. One of his first singles ‘Cannes’ gaining over a million streams on Spotify and ‘Love’ stormed the Top 10 Beatport House chart, with the addition of approval from the likes of Tiesto, EDX, Mike Mago, Firebeatz and Don Diablo.
French native Afterfab (aka Fabien Josephine) has become a rising star in the dance community. At the young age of 20, Afterfab has garnered international attention with his instinctively catchy sounds and style. Remixing fan favorites such as Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba” and Fort Minor’s “Remember the Name” to roaring applause, Afterfab has quickly solidified himself as a producer to watch with an innate ability to create emotionally energized songs that you’ll never want to turn off. While receiving frequent radio attention on BBC Radio, Diplo & Friends, Trap Nation, Gud Vibrations and more, prepare for Afterfab to take over as the latest star in dance culture.
From the suburbs of Copenhagen comes Danish electronic producer Caius. Gaining recognition from the industry ever since his first soundcloud upload, the young producer continuesly strive to perfect his sound and make it something unique for the world to hear.
Caius was picked to open the "Countdown" scene at Europe's 2nd largest festival Roskilde Festival and Australian boutique label Future Classic picked him for an official remix of Hayden James' "Just A Lover".
In 2018, the 19 year old Che Crozz debuts on Oliver Heldens' Heldeep Records with a his banger called 'Addicted'! The track received support from the likes of Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Tiesto, Nicky Romero, David Guetta, Oliver Heldens amongst others. He also debuted at Lakedance Festival (alongside artists like Bingo Players and W&W) and BH Hotels Mallorca (alongside artists like Nicky Romero and Oliver Heldens) and have already secured this first performances at 7th Sunday, DayDream Festival, Delicious Festival, Friendz Festival.
After playing guitar, drums and piano EAUXMAR discovered Ableton Live and began recording music. His electronic sound incorporates the use of organic instrumentation and heavily influenced by artists like Mura Masa, Kaytranada and Disclosure.
He has collaborated with various artists, and has also recorded and performed under different names before starting his solo project early 2018.
25 year old, Swiss born DJ, Gil Glaze is no new comer to the electronic music circuit. Having performed around the world for the last 10 years his melodic deep house music has lead him to solid releases. His nonstop tour schedule has included shows at Lavo New York, LIV Miami, Marquee Las Vegas/ New York, Avenue Los Angeles, Echostage DC, Ultra South Africa as well as gigs in Asia, Europe and in 2017 he joined the Chainsmokers on their Australia tour as support act. With 3 million streams for his remix of “Honest” from the Chainsmokers he has also had the opportunity to release remixes for Robin Schulz, Ultra Music, Kelly Clarkson, Sony Germany, Lost Kings and much more. Gil Glaze is fusing emotional depth in his music with an exciting approach to his melodic, deep house vision.
Growing up in a musical family listening to a lot of classical as well as soul music, Josh was interested in creating his own music. After having experience with the flamenco guitar at age 12 he began programming his own beats and melodies with Ableton Live at the age of 14. After a few years of developing his sound he began to send out his music to blogs and labels, Spinnin’ Records showed interest to release his debut single ‘Praying’ which was played by the likes of Oliver Heldens in his Heldeep radioshow and Fedde Le Grand. With several more releases in the pipeline and international demand for his DJ sets growing, 2019 looks set to be a busy year for Josh Charm.
From the stage to the studio and beyond, Nicky is leaving a lasting imprint on electronic music. In the late 2000’s, EDM was having its heyday, and Nicky Romero was at the forefront of the movement that would become one of the most significant cultural resurgences in decades. After releasing several singles early in his career, Nicky officially had his breakthrough moments with the viral anthem “Toulouse” and “I Could Be the One” (vs. Avicii), which to date has amassed over 185 million streams on Spotify alone. Nicky’s meticulous skill as a producer led him to co-producing with legendary artists, both on Rihanna’s hit “Right Now” and Britney Spears’ “It Should Be Easy.” These early successes served to pave the way for the founding of Nicky’s own label, Protocol Recordings.