About Gravitrax: At a very early age, he became fascinated with music production through drumming and developing his own sound in different Rock/Pop Punk/Metal/Hip-Hop music projects, performing at venues such as The Trocadero and Webster Hall. As software technology advanced, he became obsessed with the ability to create a unique
sound, sampling audio from an infinite number of sources.
From 2009-2014, he refined his ability to produce and dj electronic music while studying the scene and narrowing his unique sound down to the genres of Future Bass, Dubstep, and Drum & Bass, with elements of Trap and Hip-Hop infused. This led to the creation of Gravitrax at the start of 2015, with the intention to produce sound that takes you into the 5th Dimension, crossing the boundaries of space and time. This is the origin of the ‘5th Dimension Sound’ theme. The combination of
mind-bending visual elements and high quality futuristic sound at his live show creates quite the cinematic experience.
Quickly becoming a recognizable name, Gravitrax was featured on Pogman’s Philadelphia Debut Show as direct support as well as on the Bear Grillz Tour at WVU playing right before Midnight Tyrannosaurus in 2016. Around this time, he developed a strong relationship with KJ Sawka of Pendulum & Destroid and had an official remix release on Architekt’s Deadly Styles Remix EP which came out in December of 2016 on KJ Sawka’s label, Impossible Records. 2017 has been a huge year for
Gravitrax with releases, including a collab with Manamiz titled “Ripple Effect” that was featured on The Riddim Network and Wonxx Promotions. He also just opened for KJ Sawka’s North American Live Drums Tour at The Black Box in Denver, CO on November 2nd. Be on the lookout for his brand new EP coming soon!
MZG, also known as Monozygotic, are twin brothers that explore house and bass music accompanied by a fresh electronic sound palette. Originally from Chicago, MZG is a great talent that has been set to share their vision since the dawning of the project in 2014. Self-taught musicians and producers, their chemistry on stage is natural
Hailing from the city of Chicago, Edamame is the stage name of music producer Ed Harris. Mainly inspired by the great outdoors and different cultures of the world, Ed’s productions are often full of organic elements and sounds that he has personally field-recorded while exploring the planet. By synthesizing instrumental hip hop with downtempo and