|I Want You To Know||I Want You To Know|| |
|Stay The Night (featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore)||Stay The Night (featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore)|| |
|Find You||Find You|| |
|The Legend Of Zelda (Original Mix)||The Legend Of Zelda|| |
|Stay The Night (Featuring Hayley Williams Of Paramore)||Clarity (Deluxe)|| |
|Clarity (Brillz Remix)||Clarity (Remixes)|| |
|Lost At Sea||Clarity (Deluxe)|| |
|Push Play||Clarity (Deluxe)|| |
Clarity spawned five officially-released singles and two promotional singles, "Stache" and "Fall Into the Sky". "Shave It", the album's lead single, peaked at number four on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart. It was followed by "Spectrum", which topped the Hot Dance Club Songs chart. "Clarity", the record's title track and third single, was issued in 2013, and reached into the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 at number eight. "Stay the Night" was the lead single of the deluxe edition of the album, and also charted on the Hot 100, reaching the Top 20 with a peak of number eighteen. "Push Play" was the second single from the deluxe version, and the last single from the album overall.
Krewella is managed by Jake Udell and Nathan Lim of TH3RD BRAIN Management.
More recently he’s been seen collaborating with likeminded producers ranging from Armand Van Helden to Laidback Luke, Afrojack, The Bloody Beetroots, & Junkie XL and can now be found readying his debut artist album WONDERLAND which includes collaborations from the likes of Will.I.Am, Lil Jon, Chiddy Bang, Travis Barker, CSS, Kid Cudi, Blaqstarr and Weezer’s frontman Rivers Cuomo who can be found on the first single “EARTHQUAKEY PEOPLE”.
From his debut single ‘Nillionaire’ and breaking through with the dark and energized ‘Raise Your Head’, Alesso has had successive Beatport chart toppers. His discography is one to be desired, with ‘Calling’ alongside Sebastian Ingrosso, ‘Years’ ft Matthew Koma, the 2013 Summer anthem ‘If I lose Myself’ a One Republic remix to his latest collaboration with Calvin Harris ft Theo Hurts – ‘Under Control’.
As a strong producer as well as a DJ the future looks bright, already having a Grammy nomination under his belt for ‘Best Remix of 2013’. Having already spun sets to a variety of crowds, on a backdrop of different skylines on various stages across the world, this is a man who is destined for greatness. For Alesso it’s his fans who motivate and inspire him to keep on producing hit after hit. Pursuing his passion for music is inbuilt, a way of life, which means that exciting times are ahead.
In October 2012, Harris released his third studio album, 18 Months, which contained the singles, "Bounce", "Feel So Close", "Let's Go", "We'll Be Coming Back", "Sweet Nothing", "Drinking from the Bottle", "I Need Your Love", and "Thinking About You". All of these singles reached the UK top 10. Harris has also written and produced tracks for other recording artists, including Kylie Minogue, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Dizzee Rascal, Cheryl Cole, Rita Ora, Example, and Rihanna's internationally successful single, "We Found Love", which gave him his first US number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100.
Ivan Gough and Grant Smillie make up the production outfit TV Rock and toured with the Future Music Festival in 2010. Gough left TV Rock early in 2013 to pursue solo projects.
Hardwell first gained recognition in 2009 for his bootleg of "Show Me Love vs. Be". He founded record label Revealed Recordings in 2010 and his own radio show and podcast, Hardwell On Air in 2011. He has since released five compilation albums through his label, as well as his own documentary film. His debut album, United We Are was released on January 23, 2015.
While on tour promoting Pendulum's third album ‘Immersion’, Rob and Gareth felt the urge to start a new project with the aim of showcasing ideas which didn’t fit into the Pendulum mould, and decided to name themselves after their favourite Deftones song.
Taking inspiration from a number of different genres, Knife Party are focusing their attention on everything except straight-up drum and bass. They are influenced by electro house, dubstep, moombahton / 110, drumstep and much more - however, they file it all under the singular banner of ‘seizure music’.
Their first ever show was headlining BBC Radio 1's ‘Come Together’ event at Space, Ibiza in August 2011. The crowd had never heard of them, and it was the first time that anyone (including their manager) had heard the music - yet their performance won over the crowd within minutes. Their set was broadcast live on Radio 1 and can now be found all over the Internet, with ‘Internet Friends’ becoming a viral hit overnight.
Since their first show in Ibiza, Knife Party have headlined Trilogy Part 2 in Leeds, the Warehouse Project in Manchester and supported Skrillex on select dates on his ‘Mothership’ Tour of North America.
Knife Party have already done a number of high profile remixes to date, including Swedish House Mafia – ‘Save The World’, Porter Robinson – ‘Unsion’ and Nero – ‘Crush’ as well as a huge collaboration with Swedish House Mafia entitled ‘Antidote’.
With just a few releases to their name to date, the duo’s list of achievements is phenomenal. They have already racked up 500,000 downloads of their first EP ‘100% No Modern Talking’, a Beatport number 1, close to 350,000 Facebook fans, 7 million plays of ‘Internet Friends’ on YouTube alone, and appearances headlining shows and festivals to crowds of tens of thousands. Remixing Porter Robinson, Labrinth and Nero to name a few, Knife Party also collaborated with Swedish House Mafia on the phenomenal 2012 worldwide smash ‘Antidote’. From curating their own Earstorm stage at Future Music Festival in their native Australia to playing the main stage at Ultra in Miami, opening brand new 75,000 square foot club Brooklyn Terminal Project in New York, to festival sets across Europe this Summer, the Knife Party movement is both viral and global.
The rate of Knife Party’s ascension to the forefront of a burgeoning electronic music movement is unparalleled. In less than twelve months the whirlwind project has rocketed from an unknown entity into one of the most renowned dance acts in the world. And with the release of their highly anticipated follow up EP ‘Rage Valley’, the Knife Party phenomenon is set to continue apace.
Amalgamating a wide breadth of influences into their visceral productions, Knife Party is a heady cocktail of sounds that rips apart dubstep, electro, drum and bass and moombahton and fuses them back together into ferocious club tracks. This energy and excitement is wholly evident in the four tracks that make up ‘Rage Valley’. Their single Bonfire has lit up dance floors since it’s release with widespread radio play and both underground and mainstream recognition and the follow up single Centipede with it’s enthralling and brutal music video looks set to do the same.
Autumn 2012 saw Knife Party embark on The Haunted House Tour, which took the US by storm. They brought monstrous beats, bass and extraordinary production to a host of infamous venues across the country. Not forgetting their resident country, in November 2012 they graced the cover of Mixmag in the UK and performed at their cover party in London as celebration. Following this they hit Asia and played at festivals in New Zealand and Australia to close what had been a hugely successful and action-packed year for Knife Party.
The forthcoming year will see them continue touring throughout the US where their popularity is unfounded and throughout Europe, where their inimitably chaotic and razor sharp productions are exciting the masses. By the beginning of 2013 they will climb aboard the ‘Holy Ship!!’ concert tour in the Bahamas - a three night cruise featuring the top DJ's in the world performing multiple shows in five intimate venues on one incredible, epic voyage.
With this and much more to come, there is no doubt Knife Party will continue full steam ahead in 2013, unrelenting and delighting all with their infamous ‘seizure music’...
Born in Nacka, Stockholm, Sweden, Ingrosso grew up in Stockholm, where he spent his teenage years in his choreographer father Vito Ingrosso's studio learning how to make music. His first official remix was released on Mega Records in 1999. He was ranked #26 in 2011 on DJ Mag's Top 100 DJ list, and won the award for the highest new entry into the chart in 2009, a record beaten only by Deadmau5 into the 2008 Top 100 DJ list at #10. Sebastian Ingrosso is head of A&R for his own record label, Refune, which has pioneered many artists in recent years including AN21, Max Vangeli, Style of Eye and Alesso.
Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso continued working together under the name Axwell Λ Ingrosso and have since released two singles, "Can't Hold Us Down" and "Something New".