Supported By: David Guetta, Hardwell, Swanky Tunes, Thomas Gold, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, Matisse & Sadko, Gregori Klosman, John Dahlback, MYNC, Danny Avila, Stafford Brothers, Joey Dale, The Two Friends, Promise Land, Victor Niglio etc.
Big dreams, loud music, good times, and disregard for authority is not only a lethal combination, but it is what the Astro Bros live by. While Russia showcases Hard Rock Sofa and Matisse & Sadko, Belgium boasts Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Sweden flaunts the Swedish House Mafia, the USA now has the Astro Bros to showcase.
Lets hit the rewind button for a second and get some more info on these bros. Hailing from the great Midwest of the US, the Astro Bros have been ballin’ like Jim Jones since ’94. The wise elder of the two (by merely a year), Alex Zahrai, was born a wolverine in Derek Jeter’s city of Kalamazoo, Michigan. The young gun, Josh McDaniel, was born in what as known as the racing capital of the world, Indianapolis, Indiana. Though having both been born in the US, it was the great country of Switzerland that you all have to thank for the creation of the Astro Bros. Legend has it that the International School in Lausanne, Switzerland was the first recorded stomping grounds of these bros. From that first day they met on school grounds, their accomplishments have been recorded and translated by numerous scribes and storytellers. Some dare to say that the legends of the Astro Bros trump even the tales written of the Dos Equis’s Most Interesting Man in the World.
With a list of support of their tracks coming in floods from both immortals like Zeus, Apollo, God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit (yes, the Holy Trinity love their music), and mortals, David Guetta, Hardwell, Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko, Gregori Klosman, John Dahlback, MYNC, Danny Avila, and Promise Land, this duo has released music on big name labels such as UK based Cr2 Records and John Dahlback’s Mutants Records. Expect the Astro Bros to take off to intergalactic levels with their blends of electro/big room productions along with progressive house masterpieces in the near future. With these developed skills, it is safe to say if XXL Magazine ran a Freshman Class for EDM, you would see these boys atop of it. Be on the look out for some more killer productions from these guys in the coming months/years/decades.