Representing club music from the U.S. Capital, Tittsworth continuously dominates crowds with his signature blend of energetic dance music. A favorite from Asia to Australia, his tours are increasingly well received in spaces both large and small. Tittsworth has packed clubs in Sao Paulo, where he is known for extended late night sets resulting in encore and applause. Titts was part of Good Vibrations, a 40,000+ traveling festival featuring Kanye West, Cypress Hill, The Rapture, Pharoahe Monch, A-Trak, Sinden, Kid Sister and a myriad other A-list acts. In Geneva he co-headlined a 3 day festival featuring Mr. Scruff, A-trak, Medhi, Boy 8-Bit, Jackbeats and many more. His last trip to Europe, Tittsworth headlined a huge night out in London with Herve, Duke Dumont, Foamo and A1 Bassline. This most recent New Years Eve, he was seen smashing a massive LA crowd along the legendary likes of Moby, Dirty South, Oakenfold and benassi.

From URB and XLR8R to NME and Fader, his production continues to gain equally high praise. Titts music is a permanent fixture in blogs, charts and DJ sets. He has been asked to remix pop icon Kanye West, disco legend Grace Jones, DNB front runner Subfocus, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label and AC Slater’s Party Like Us Records to name a few. He has gained critical acclaim from Interscope Records, who personally invited him to’s house to showcase well-received Titts tracks.

“12 Steps,” Tittsworth’s debut album was released on Plant Music (co-owned and released by Dominique Keegan and Stretch Armstrong, the man responsible for breaking many greats, including The Wu Tang Clan). The unique concept LP features original Tittsworth production through collaborations with blog buzzer Kid Sister, hyphy vets The Federation, and chart toppers Nina Sky and Pitbull. Even before its release, “12 Steps” received high praise from Billboard, BPM, Kiss, Radio 1, Entertainment Times and more. The album continues to have both originals and remixes on Ministry Of Sound Radio, Kiss FM (London) / Radio One and more. Included is his original track “WTF” (with assistance by the Nadastrom Remix), which remains a heavyweight set favorite around the world.

He is currently slated to work with Q-Tip on a new dance song. Ministry of Sound has currently reached out w/ a record offer and his white Serato control vinyls often sell for $50-$100 at the moment. Finally, Tittsworth has opened a dance DJ and live music oriented venue in DC alongside Will Eastman, called the “Fabric of the US” by DJ Craze. It focuses on forward thinking dance music and boasts one of the best systems in the Nation’s Capitol.

Edited by LankyA on 8 May 2010, 17:13

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