are having the breakout year only every aspiring EDM DJ/Producer could wish to have. Already making their debut at BPM festival, ULTRA, and WMC earlier this year, the rest of 2013 will see them playing COACHELLA, TOMMORROWLAND, IBIZIA and touring North America relentlessly.
Rewind to 2012, which saw them exploding onto every major blog including features from Thissongissick, BeatMyday, & Dancing Astronaut with their tracks getting some BIG nods, plays, and support from the likes of Tiesto, Hardwell, Chuckie, W&W, Bingo Players, Afrojack, Deniz Koyu & Steve Aoki to name drop a few.
They topped the hype machine charts at #1 TWICE with their massive bootleg they did for Of Monsters & Mens – “King and Lionheart” , and again with their Animal Kingdom – “Strange Attactor” remix. Their “Who is Ready To Jump” Remix they did for Chuckie has received over 150,000 plays on soundcloud and amazing support worldwide by today’s top big room artists, with notable features on Tiesto’s Club Life radio show, Hardwell opening with it at his Sensation White Amsterdam set, and Chuckie himself playing it at Tomorrowland. After these massive free releases it didn’t take much time for the labels to come knocking.
With an official Trey Songz remix for “Heart Attack” on Atlantic Records, the young talents followed it up with another Official Remix release on the same label imprint for Lenny Kravitz’s – “I can’t be without you” . Their original mix “Y3AH” came by request of Laidback Lukes Mixmash Records imprint, which saw them collaborating with fellow EDM up-and-comers ANSOL and gave them their first top 20 charted track on Beatport. This caught the attention of DIM MAK Records head honcho Steve Aoki, asking the duo to release an EP for his label.
The “HEY” EP (Dim Mak) showcased a harder sound from the duo, displaying just how versatile they can be in the studio and received tons of support from EDM’s biggest names. In the early months of 2013 the duo haven’t slowed down whatsoever. Their fast growing bi-weekly RAVE’N Podcast receives thousands of downloads from all over the world every show.
Their track with fellow Torontonians Crossways, “TOGI”, gave them their 2nd top 20 track on Beatport, and garnered over 100,000 youtube views on their debut music video. Having just dropped an official remix for Steve Aokis “ooh”, a collaboration with CHUCKIE due out April 22nd on BIG BEAT records, and an original mix titled “HURRICANE” featuring vocals from Australian pop star Sarah McLeod to follow, the future certainly holds a lot of promise for these two young Canadian talents.