Biography

Coming from a small town in North Carolina, Graham Andrew, or KillaGraham, started his DJ career as a hip-hop/scratch DJ spinning 12” records on technics turntables. Throughout middle and high school, he was active in the band and orchestra where he learned to read and write music as well as play various instruments. From there he was scoring his own pieces by hand until he learned how to create electronic music using MIDI notation.

In his freshman year of college, KillaGraham started creating electronic music that resembled that of which you might hear in a more cinematic environment and tracks that would better fit inside a video game. After being exposed to dubstep by a friend in early 2010, Killagraham was hooked and really liked how certain qualities of the style reminded him of the Drum & Bass and Electro that he was listening to at the time.

This year has shown much promise for KillaGraham who has shared the stage with various artists including Figure, Tommy Sunshine, Metropolis, Klever, DJ Dan, Porter Robinson, Skrillex, Zeds Dead, and Plastician. KillaGraham is also a part of the Orlando based progressive house group known as DEFEP with local DJs and producers DallasK, Nymz and Henry Fong.

Make sure to check out his latest single, More Than Anything, included on his new EP forthcoming on Big Fish Recordings later this year!

Edited by lucyisabanana on 25 Jul 2011, 19:02

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