Electro trio Chomstars have been working hard since their inception to make a mark on the world of EDM. Having performed at Electric Daisy Carnival in New York, Club 50 in Miami, Oasis Nightlife in Boca Raton, Club Jillians in Albany, and the Washington Ave. Armory, to name a few, Chomstars know how to create a powerful live experience with their emotionally charged melodies, big-room awe, and face-blasting basslines. Hailing from both New York and Los Angeles, producers Colin Youngwall, Jordan Hewitt, and Nate Martorano have witnessed the United States’ immersion into the EDM age from two crucial perspectives.
Using their diverse experience and influences Chomstars are currently working on a collaborative EP comprised of heart pounding rhythms, organic harmonies and powerful anthems crafted for the intensity and sensation of a stadium event.
In addition to original tracks, Chomstars created compelling remixes that draw new listeners in with their energetic take on an original record. The trio kicked of their career strong by winning a remix contest for the award-winning electropop artist “Lights.” The Chomstars remix of her single “Toes” was released by the Lights Label via Spotify, Itunes, and Amazon MP3. They have also made unofficial remixes of a number of records for their fans including “Starlight” by Muse and “Ladi Dadi” by Steve Aoki & Wynter Gordon.
The Chomstars are no strangers to DJing at house parties and clubs alike near Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where they met. That experience came in handy when they leveled the competition on the FromDJs4DJs worldwide mix contest, culminating in a huge performance at Club 50 on top of the Viceroy Hotel in Miami. Soon after they were named one of the Discovery Project winners and were given an opportunity to play for a massive crowd at Electric Daisy Carnival in New York.
Having a staggering list of accomplishments in just a year, Chomstars have no plans of slowing down. It seems everything these young producers touch turns to bass, and they certainly have a loud future ahead of them.