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Shoffy

A Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and producer, Shoffy specializes in smooth, electro-R&B jams that flirt with indie pop and downtempo. Working out of his home studio, and providing all the instrumentation himself, Shoffy debuted big in 2016 with the viral hit "Takes My Body Higher." He followed up on the success of that single with the EP somewhere between nostalgia and paradise, which included sleeper hit "Goodnight." In 2017, he dropped his self-titled debut album including single "Different Skies," and embarked on his first U.S. tour. As for 2018, this year is shaping up to be one of Shoffy's finest with a string of soon to be released singles.

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Boombox Cartel

Mexico-born producer/DJ Americo Garcia has quickly risen as one of the most anticipated new acts in the electronic space with his unique low end heavy genre-blending sound. His music has received support from Skrillex, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, and Diplo who recently signed him to his label, Mad Decent. Boombox's global tour has included sold out performances in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Asia, including festivals, plays at Global Dance Fest, Lollapolooza and EDC.

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The Drums

In many The Drums has always belonged to Pierce, but it wasn't until 2016 that he reclaimed ownership.

Back in 2008 Pierce and his childhood best friend Jacob Graham conceived of a collaboration that was

never intended to become what it did. “Jacob and I were writing pop songs. I didn't think anybody would

hear it. I recorded it with broken equipment and guitars that were out of tune.” Pierce put it on MySpace

and weeks later interest was lining up. “I scrambled and found the first people I could to turn it into a

band.” The runaway train lasted four albums.

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KSHMR

Niles Hollowell-Dhar had his first taste of mainstream success in 2010 when he produced the number #1 song in America “Like a G6” under the alias “The Cataracs”

Many platinum recordings would follow as Niles worked with some of the largest names in music: Beyonce, Justin Bieber, Dr. Luke, Carlos Santana, Enrique Iglesias, Selena Gomez, Pitbul, Robin Thicke, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, David Guetta, Jason Derulo, Sean Paul, Becky G, Benny Blanco and many more.

After collaborating on a dance recording called “Tsunami” in 2013, Niles’ interest in pop music began to fade. Under the alias KSHMR, short for Kashmir (the region in India his ancestors are from) electronic dance music would become his new music outlet, as he watched “Tsunami,” an entirely instrumental track, top charts in countries all around the world.

KSHMR’s rise to global recognition happened nearly overnight. In 2015 he entered DJ Mag’s top 100 DJs (a globally recognized pole of hundreds of thousands of voters from around the world) at #23 — the highest entrance of the year. The following year he would be voted #12 as he toured the world, playing his music for millions.

Coined the “prince of cinematica,” blending hard kicks and melodic elements of the dance scene with orchestral compositions has become his trademark. Much like dance music was the next step after the world of pop, composing and scores is surely his next.

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The Martinez Brothers

The Martinez Brothers, an American DJ duo, are two of the most recognizable global stars in house, techno, and club culture. Introduced to disco and house by their father from a young age, they come from the roots of New York's legacy club, The Paradise Garage. While producing a plethora of music, they also run their own music labels, Cuttin' Headz and Tuskegee with Seth Troxler. Since first hitting the road at ages 15 and 17, they have gone on to sell out some of the world’s largest venues, performing regularly in hotspots like Ibiza—quickly rising to become leaders within dance music's new guard.

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superduperkyle

KYLE knew at an early age that music was his destiny. As a kid, the Ventura, CA rapper went on a journey to develop one of the most unique voices in music. These days KYLE’s raps have accumulated millions of streams, with his breakout chart-topping single “iSpy (feat. Lil Yachty),” now 4x RIAA-Certified platinum, reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot Rap Songs and #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song – which was released in December – continues to hold strong in the top 10 on iTunes’ Hip-Hop/R&B Songs chart and has amassed over 263 million streams. The video for “iSpy,” directed by Colin Tilley, has over 100 million views on YouTube. 2017 has already proved to be KYLE’s year. The 24-year old rapper has been named as part of XXL’s annual Freshman Class for 2017, gracing the publication’s esteemed cover alongside the likes of A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Playboy Carti, XXXTentacion and PnB Rock, to name a few. KYLE has also recently delivered high-energy performances on multiple esteemed stages, including the BET Awards Red Carpet Special, the ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. With numerous sold-out nationwide tours already under his belt and an international headline tour coming up, KYLE is making it clear that he’s just getting started and isn’t slowing down any time soon.

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Yuna

Pop/R&B artist, Yuna has spent the last year in the studio writing and working on her fourth full-length album Rouge, set for release this year via independently popular./Verve. With her latest album, Chapters boasting the chart-topping single "Crush" feat. Usher and the heart-wrenching masterpiece "I Used To Love You" feat. Jhene Aiko, Yuna has paved a lane of her own – pulling influence from R&B, pop and jazz to develop a distinctive genre-transcending sound.

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MadeinTYO

MadeInTYO (pronounced Made In Tokyo) comes to us by way of his young collective known as The Private Club of which he is CEO. MadeinTYO, does not have your typical backstory - son of a Naval Officer, he moved around frequently until his family landed in Tokyo during the start of his high school years. Influenced by the foreign culture around him and inspired by his brother 24HRS (a successful artist in his own right) Madeintyo began to take music seriously. He uploaded a song to his brother's page & a movement was born.

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Nick Waterhouse

All of the new Waterhouse songs sound big. Brawny and muscular. The lyrics are suspicious, outraged and, at times, very vulnerable (muscle is just flesh, after all).Waterhouse uses an economy of words to deliver complex, coded messages. He offers upequal parts criticism of the time we live in and innate human flaws. He paints relationships under the cover of darkness, slashing through neo-noir fantasies that are romantic, blood-spattered and bracingly aware of the powerlessness felt among people, amid the rapid onslaught of commercialism and technological progress. And, as has become his signature, he throws in a tune written by a close friend. On this record, he covers “I Feel an UrgeComing On” in tribute to the song’s author, Nick’s own mentor and collaborator Joshie JoArmstead, who wrote music with Ray Charles and sang as both an Ikette and Raelette in the’60s and ’70s.