On trajectory from Denmark and Norway, the Pegboard Nerds have crash landed on the global electronic music landscape with meteoric force. The impact of their genre-bending music has been felt by peers and industry mainstays alike. With a string of hit singles on independent Canadian label “Monstercat” gaining millions of plays and the attention of fans over the world, it’s no coincidence that the hottest names in the game have begun to pay attention. From collaborating and remixing the likes of Krewella to Infected Mushroom, to being hand selected by Knife Party as show support, Pegboard Nerds’ ticket to international acclaim has been stamped.
If time has taught us one thing, it is that Melbourne duo SCNDL deals in consistent dance floor destruction – no apologies or vowels required.
The creative union of Tom Grant and Adam Amuso, SCNDL’s bouncy yet highly-tuned peak time tendencies have made them a breakout force to be reckoned with on the global dance music radar in 2014.
By the time their sophpmore hit “Gypsy” had scaled the Beatport electro house top 15 and put them in the good books with the likes of Porter Robinson and Dada Life, SCNDL were one of the definitive stories of ascension to emerge from Melbourne, Australia, ground zero for the eponymous Melbourne Bounce contagion that’s caused a revolution in Australian clubland and is now legitimately airbourne and spreading virus-like on a planetary level.
In 2012, after producing for 7 years, LA native and former bedroom producer Paris Blohm’s trance-infused progressive and electro-house productions garnered the support of Tiesto, Hardwell, and Sander Van Doorn, to name a few. He also caught the attention of music industry giant Interscope Records, with whom he signed a management deal. Paris has since taken the dance music world by storm, flooding the internet with dozens of massive releases. With multiple exciting collaborations slated for the coming months, and a rapidly growing fanbase, all eyes are on Paris… and he’s just getting started.