In the beginning, the music sounded very different. In the beginning a guitar was played and rock music tapped into. Until the seductive underlie of dance music took Melbourne artist Aaron Camz on a completely different ride. For the once young rocker, the energy of electronic sound waves exploded as he adopted the rich sound of dark and melodic progressive trance, tech-trance and techno at the raw age of sixteen. Markus Schulz knew he was onto something in 2010 when he said “I must give a big shoutout to
Melbourne’s very own Aaron Camz … He's a name I'm definitely going to be keeping an eye out for in the near future."
As a producer before DJ, Aaron Camz began nurturing a solid reputation within this underground vibe of the dance music industry six years ago. As a professional who not only creates an aptitude of masterpieces in the studio he consistently ensures their quality make it to the world’s widely sought after critics, gaining recognition from Armin Van Buuren, Judge Jules and Gareth Emery. Signed to Armada Music, Aaron Camz isn’t short of a ground breaker or two releasing his music on Coldharbour Recordings while also displaying and impeccable array of original pieces and sought after remixes on High Contrast, Pilot 6 and Infrasonic. W&W didn’t stop for a second having Camz remix their classic ‘System Overload’ for their recent album Impact. Taking Beatport explicitly, Aaron’s recent EP on Coldharbour Recordings “Aqwa”, shot all its four tracks to the charts while his remixes for Erick Strong’s ‘Payback’, Mark Junior’s ‘Natural’ and Solis & Sean Truby’s ‘Marina’ weren’t shy of spending months rippling the Beatport Trance Chart. Proving unstoppable, ‘Aqwa’ stormed through being featured on Markus Schulz’s City Series compilation ‘Los Angeles 12’, from Coldharbour Recordings.
Stepping out of the studio, Aaron Camz consistently delivers a devouring string of progressive and melodic tech-trance wherever the decks lay. Featuring memorable sets at Creamfields, Stereosonic, and Armada nights throughout Australia and supporting luminaries W&W, Dash Berlin and Simon Patterson the bills don’t stop there. New Years Day 2012 saw Aaron embark on the best start to the year, playing the enviable support set to Markus Schulz at his sold out show in Melbourne. Taking a successful entrance into the Asian club scene too, 2011 saw an incredible feat for Aaron Camz, confirmed on the undoubtedly sought after lineup at the Twelve Festival in Sepang, Malaysia, pulsating the misty and ambient melodies through the middle of the renowned F1 racing track.
As a young artist in the competitive world of progressive trance, tech-trance and techno, he endorses a solid education of the music he can only knows it as awakening. Sharing his passion, he reports a consistent monthly Beatport chart while hitting the airwaves on his own show on Afterhours FM- ‘Low Frequencies’ showcasing anticipated and fresh works from his own studio and fellow industry masterminds.
Aaron Camz has a hold on the music, gaining the reputation of a expert both in the studio and on the decks that will only continue to embrace the beat.