Mahmut OrhanDj / Producer
F4STDJ / Producer
BASSRAVERDj / Producer
Alan WalkerDj / Producer
Mahmut Orhan was born in Bursa, in 1993.
Deep House, Indie Dance/Nu disco are his favourite styles and they effect his imagination and creativity.
He started his career with “3-Adam” which is a vocalizing firm. In 2012, he added “Ceiron” to “Little Buddha 5” serial and “Fringe” to “Siddharta Dubai” serial and he gained great success with these tracks.
Until today, he generally rearrenged 80s-90s tracks. In 2014, a released track from “Beachside Records” which is “Without You Ep” got great attention. He made “Compliation” album with Chilai.
Until today, he performed many times at Bursa, Antalya, Istanbul, Izmir. He firstly worked as a “music director” at one of the most popular club in Istanbul, “Chilai”. He still continues his music career at there.
He established “Rikodisco” with Aytac Kart. They collected many podcast shows and eps from many famous people. He works with Aytac Kart, Boral Kibil, Sezer Uysal, Dj Tarkan, Alceen, Ludwix, Deepjack and Mr. Nu and also he loves their style of music.
BASSRAVER is a 18 year old DJ/Producer of Electronic Dance Music since 2013. Moroccan born Amjad Harmak aka BASSRAVER started off his career as ‘Hard Mark’ and produced under that alias for 2 years before meeting another DJ/Producer to become ‘BASSRAVERS’, After 2 months together the duo BASSRAVERS where invited to play at Life’sColors and many more festivals throughout their time together. BASSRAVERS released 3 tracks together on Powerful Records, Noise Society Records and they also released an album called ‘We Bounce It’ which comprised of 12 tracks. It was at this point that Amjad Harmak realised that he put all the efforts into the productions and events and took it upon himself to end the duo BASSRAVERS. Due to the incredible support he gained as ‘BASSRAVERS’ and the recognition of the name, Amjad Harmak decided that he would keep the name and that is when ‘BASSRAVER’ was born. Just 1 month after beginning his solo career, BASSRAVER decided to release 2 free tracks ‘Boomslang’ and ‘Sounder’ to kick start his support and showcase his talent. A further 2 monthsdown the line and BASSRAVER started to get recognised and gained releases on Sick Bedroom Records with his track ‘Hump’ and his biggest track to date ‘Karate’ on Puregold Records which gained support from all over the world by the big Youtube channel ‘Sanpaokey’ as well as Mike Williams, Karim Mika, Blasterjaxx, Djs From Mars, WEE-O and many many more. BASSRAVER has continued to make waves in the EDM industry with a further 3 releases on Sick Bedroom Records with his tracks ‘Potato’, ‘Hawk’ and ‘One Producer’, ‘Kung Fu’ on ‘Sanpaokey’ and his most recent single release ‘Godlove’ on ‘Moonstone Records’. BASSRAVER also done a guestmix for the Rautemusik radio christmas with Cuebrik. 2016 has been the best year so far for BASSRAVER and what way to end the year than with his latest bootleg ‘Quintino, Hardwell – Baldadig’ [BASSRAVER Remix] on Sanpaokey, Started the new year (BASSRAVER) with one of his best releases in collaboration with the “SPINNIN RECORD’S” Artist ‘WEE-O’ which already collabed with the DJs father ‘TIESTO’ the new track on the sweden big label “BONERIZING RECORDS”, ‘Exponsion’. After 2 weeks the real moments started after he got supported Twice by W&W the tracks “Spectrum” & and upcoming “ID” on the big Label MOI RECORDS. BASSRAVER now is working on some new releases with many big DJs.
British-Norwegian EDM producer Alan Walker was a mere 18 years old when his track “Faded” became a massive European hit, topping the charts in ten countries and entering the Top Five in six more. Born August 24, 1997 in Northampton, England to a Norwegian mother and British father, Walker moved with his family to Bergen, Norway at the age of two. A true post-millennial child, Walker grew up surrounded by technology and became fascinated by computers. In 2012, inspired by EDM producers K-391 and Ahrix, whom he’d discovered on YouTube, and film composers Steve Jablonsky and Hans Zimmer, he began to create his own music on his laptop. Working in the genre of “drumstep,” a kind of slowed-down drum’n’bass, he eventually uploaded the instrumental track “Fade,” which was soon picked up and re-released via the No Copyright Sounds (NCS) YouTube channel and free net label that promoted the two aforementioned EDM artists. “Fade” was a huge success, eventually garnering a staggering 65 million hits, and was followed by two more equally cinematic (if somewhat less popular) songs, “Spectre” and “Force.”
The majors soon sat up and took notice, and in 2015, Walker signed to Sony Music. His first single for the label was “Faded,” a reworked version of “Fade” featuring uncredited lead vocals by fey Oslo pop singer Iselin Solheim, who had burst onto the scene only a couple of years previously with her song “The Wizard of Us.” Driven by Solheim’s angelic, ethereal vocal, a melancholy yet catchy melody, and punchy, high-quality production — as well as a dark, dystopian music video shot in a number of crumbling post-industrial locations in Estonia — the song topped the charts in Sweden (where it went nine-times platinum), Germany, France, Italy, his native Norway, and elsewhere around the world. He later released a stripped-back acoustic “restrung” version with all the EDM elements taken out. Walker made his live debut at the X Games in Oslo in February 2016, and followed this up with a series of high-profile festival appearances. In 2017 Walker dropped the single “Tired,” which featured Irish singer/songwriter Gavin James.