Miami producer ATRASOLIS is bringing the bass to the dancefloor with high-energy melodies, beats, and just the right amount of growl. Stepping confidently into the realm of dub with the fidget/electro sounds most readily associated with international phenomenon Skrillex, the popularity of the style has caused him to explode on the scene. His past work as front man in hardcore bands brings a working knowledge of complex musical arrangement lost upon many of today’s electronic producers. Having played in post-hardcore bands throughout majority of his life, ATRASOLIS parted ways from his band mates from In The Aftermath, due to creative differences. He started solo projects under different aliases with different musical styles, and developed his knowledge on writing music.

Content as Atrasolis, he expressed his nature of electronic dance music, by producing, composing, and taking inspiration from different elements of electronic music, electro house, drum and bass, and dubstep. All while incorporating it into his own heavy sound. With a broad list of influences ranging from The Receiving End of Sirens, JUSTICE, The Bloody Beetroots, Daft Punk, Thrice, Poison the Well, and Underoath, Atrasolis’ sound makes great effort to sound unique, and totally accomplishes this in the ever-expanding electronic music scene.

From the moment ATRASOLIS started making his remixes and originals available to the public, he created a swell of buzz pushing his tracks to thousands of plays through Facebook alone, where he learned of the relatively new DJ community turntable.FM, where his music moved and was traded and garnered him a noticeable fanbase.

Currently signed to Overthrow Music Authority (USA) and Dreieck Records (Europe), his remixes have broken the Hype Machine charts and have been spreading virulently through the internet and is being played by the likes of 12th Planet, Terravita and Bassnectar.

Having shared the stage with industry giants like ZEDS DEAD, 12TH PLANET, XKORE, MUNCHI, and THE KILLABITS, Atrasolis has made his way through various venues including the world NYC’s world renowned Webster Hall, Chicago’s Lincoln Hall, Miami’s The Fillmore and Grand Central venues with his hard hitting and crushing sounds and notorious stage dives.

Edited by luisnoregrets on 25 Sep 2012, 02:55

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