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Canadian-born and based, Knight Riderz produces Future Booty Bass that appeals to dance floors worldwide. Playing sets of 100% original music all the time, every time is a Knight Riderz signature. What you get with every set is an original sound, unique vibe and experience that sets him apart in todays progressive EDM world. Receiving support from industry heavyweights like Bassnectar, Freq Nasty, Love & Light, Fort Knox 5, Samples, Kush Arora, An-ten-ae, and BBC Radio 1's Annie Nightingale to name a few. Knight Riderz has released music on a variety of labels, including ESL, Muti Music, Adapted Records, Seclusiasis, Simplify, Made In Glitch, Formation UK, Adnoiseam, and forthcoming material for Pretty Lights Music. Knight Riderz has created remixes for Elliot Lipp, Michael Menert, Thunderball, Freestylers, South Rakkas, Kush Arora, Love & Light, RDX, Mr. Vegas, and King Fantastic. The end of 2012 and start 2013 has seen his Positive Vibez EP coming out on Muti Music followed by the Million Miles single both of which sat on various charts across the board. Most recently The Big Booty Soundclash EP which was a collaboration project with fellow Canadian Tantric Decks came out on Australia's Adapted Records. This has received a great deal of chart success, industry support and has been aired on BBC Radio 1 by Annie Nightingale.
“The drive to make music is more or less my life, it’s like asking someone what inspires them to breathe. Music just is in me somehow and I just need to let it out on the regular. That keeps me sane, regular, and functioning. To me there is a very strong energy and feeling that comes with sharing music or art with people. It’s like the more music that I let out, the more positive energy is able to come in…” - Knight Riderz