Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s Los Angeles, California’s David Montoya was influenced by a wide selection of Hip Hop, Hi-Energy Disco, Funk, Nu Wave and Latin Music. Best known for his original tracks “Afro Latina”, “Komare”, and "Borachas" its evident he’s created a style that touches on his native roots as well as the global house-loving tastemaker. Look out for his remix of “Words” by AbysSoul feat. Sio, coming soon on Open Bar Music.
DJ Stingray’s musical heritage runs deep. Derived from his father (a musician) and his uncle (also a DJ), he built himself up through local hot spots in the Bronx, including The Devil's Nest, Red Zone, Webster Hall, before relocating to Miami. Stingray made his mark at clubs like Blue Lounge, Crobar, and Space before his music took him to cities like Boston, Detroit, Toronto, & Colombia. Now back in New York City he’s wasting no time collaborating with the likes of Norty Cotto, and Oscar P on tracks like “Aira”, and “Drums Saved Me” which can be found on Open Bar Music, and Naughty Boy Music. Link UP - https://www.traxsource.com/artist/66494/dj-stingray?ipp=100
Influenced by artists like Osunlade, Boddhi Satva, and Pablo Fiero producer Jackson Brainwave has gone to create some beautiful music. Using distinctive drums and deep ethnic sounds, labels began taking an interest in him as early as 2008. Whilst part of PM Project, he found himself testing his musical abilities on remixes for Andy Compton, Hanna Hais, Mr. Cee, and Nick Holder. Coming full circle he’s landed projects on Peng, and Kemet Soul Records, while his underground hit “Hear The Drum” landed on Defected In The House Ibiza 2016 via Italy’s MoBlack Records. Look out for his remix on “So Raw” by Abstrkt Afriken, Ade Alafia and Deep Just is coming soon on Open Bar Music.
Raul Bryan’s remix of Yakelle by Mowgan Feat Capone Adama continues to do damage on the top 100. Bryan’s work has been featured on labels such as Open Bar Music, Get Loud, Seres Producoes, and Afro Rebel Music. You can listen to the full release here at - https://www.traxsource.com/title/851706/yakelle-remixes-2-0 - Other Remixers include Thab De Soul, Jason Musique, John Cacciatore and Vonfunkhauser.
DJ Satelite is an ambassador of the new Angolan sound and a pioneer of the African Electronic
Music scene that burns across the globe as we speak. A native of Luanda, he started his career with raw passionate curiosity and quickly became one of the main drivers of Afro House and Kuduro in many Lusophone countries. Later…International acclaimed followed as he became one of the most prominent Angolan beatmakers. He launched his own record label, Seres Productions in order to expose the extraordinary music coming out of the region. Satelite's journey has taken him to some of the biggest events and organizations, such as Red Bull Music Academy, Ibiza International Music Summit and Boiler Room. Satelite’s remixes of “So Raw” by Abstrkt Afriken, Ade Alafia and Deep Just is out now on Open Bar Music.
Greg Eversoul started his DJ career in 1992 at Denver’s Fab Afterhours parties alongside DJ Hipp-e, who is a major influence on his sound to this day. His dynamic techy house sets landed him sets along side Ritchie Hawtin, Louie Vega, Sasha, The Chemical Brothers, and many others. Rocking dance floors from Seoul to Montreal, Riga to Miami, and from New York to Paris. Greg finally planted down in San Francisco where he held residencies at 1015 Folsom, Ruby Skye and The End Up. His new EP Albatross on Kolour Recordings is already in the hands of tastemakers like Nic Fanciulli, Loco Dice, Hernan Cattaneo, Tedd Patterson, Hector Romero, Demuir, and Phuturelabs.
CaliParis returns to Kolour Recordings with a new EP, thats about to make a mark. The San Diego native has been involved in electronic music since mid 20’s working with local companies like SoulonBeat and The Deep End. He first appeared on Kolour under the moniker Zayminks, a collaboration with his brother entitiled “Could It Be You”. The track made considerable noise and attention on the Ibiza circuit with remixes from Tokita & Cris Herrera, Pete Moss and Oscar P. A few months back he delivered Man Machine on HEAVY with co-producer Pete T. His latest EP called "Serrano" is a solo effort. “I am so happy how this turned out” says CP. “This release is very special for me and I couldn't be happier to be releasing on such a reputable label! I worked on this EP for so long. I’m usually never satisfied with my tracks…I couldn’t be more proud and I'm dedicating the EP to my Grandfather! This one is for you Grandpa! I love you and miss you everyday.” Stayed tuned for more…
Tribe Out West’s Memo Rex has a rather unique way of expressing himself. “The lips of wisdom are closed except to the ears of the understanding” quotes the DJ-Producer. Hooked on house music at a very early age he’s been a avid party promoter from day one, gathering house heads from all over San Diego, where he makes his debut on the city’s new upstart label HEAVY. “I am a citizen of planet Earth….and on Earth we listen to House Music! Watch out for “Handle The Change b/w Oysters out now on HEAVY! Link Up - https://www.traxsource.com/title/857018/handle-the-change-oysters <==