Calgary, Canada’s A-Mac has impressed since the moment he announced himself on the 108bpm scene. His take on A-Trak's remix of Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Heads Will Roll helped put North America's Pacific Northwest on the map as a hotbed for tropical bass' progression, and positioned himself as one of the pioneers of the Moombahton sound. Fast forward two years and the development is obvious. Attending SXSW in recent years has seen him perform at Mad Decent's 2012 Moombahton Massive and 2011’s XLR8R Peligrosa party. Sharing the stage at these events with the worlds top DJ’s including Diplo, Craze, Brodinski, Toddla T, Dave Nada, Sabo, Toy Selecta, and Dillon Francis. A-Mac's weekly Friday night residency at Calgary's respected HIFI Club combined with a frequent touring and release schedule, position him as one of the busiest and consistently progressive artists coming out of Canada’s west coast. Past releases and remixes on labels such as T&A Records, Top Billin, and Burner have seen a great deal of success with his most recent Horizon EP peaking at #13 on the Beatport house releases top 100 chart. Recently signed to the UK's Birth Records the stage is set for A-Mac to take his signature sound to across North America, Europe and beyond.


US / Canada: miche@stirlingagency.com
UK / Europe: warren.morris@theplayground.co.uk

DJ A-Mac   Calgary, Canada

  • Paul David & A-Mac - Horizon EP 4 tracks, 18.43 DJ A-Mac on February 09, 2012 19:09

    1. 1. Horizon (Original Mix) 4.24 1473 plays 108.0 BPM
    2. 2. O Wey (Original Mix) 4.35 1158 plays 108.0 BPM
    3. 3. Horizon (ETC!ETC! Remix) 4.53 2085 plays 110.0 BPM
    4. 4. O Wey (Starfoxxx Remix) 4.49 1007 plays 150.0 BPM

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