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Tony Anthem & Axl Ender BIO

With several top 10 bangers in the digital charts, remixing uk chart topper Dj Fresh, Tony Anthem & Axl Ender is a force to be reckoned with, releasing bass music on labels including Rottun, Play Me, Heavy Artillery, Sludge and Rat Records. They have been remixed by producers such as Specimen A and Camo & Krooked, and frequently get DJ support from names like Fatboy Slim, Laurent Garnier, Andy C, Excision and Reid Speed. They produce music in all flavours of bass but play on home turf when it comes to growling dubstep and grimey drum & bass. Their experience from decades of performing ensures that they never fail to destroy a party with their ruthless and ferocious live sets.


Tony Anthem (Future Prophecies) began his career djing and scratching at the local youth club. A couple of decades of touring and producing later he began releasing Drum & Bass as one half of Future Prophecies and signed to labels like Breakbeat Kaos, Moving Shadow and Ganja Records. He has worked with countless artists ranging from Mike Patton and Jamelia to norwegian jazz royalty Nils Petter Molvær and Bugge Wesseltoft, and is as versatile as he is creative.

Axl Ender’s love affair with strange and wonderful sounds began upon receiving a synthesizer for his twelth birthday. He received his formal training at The Norwegian Academy of Film where he studied sound design. He has worked in advertising and on several box office hit movies, crafting sounds and creating soundtracks. When listening to his productions these cinematic influences become evident, and his passion for music and years of experience as a DJ also shines through in his seamless mixing of genres and styles - always taking it to the next level.


Tony Anthem & Axl Ender   Tony Anthem & Axl Ender, Oslo, Norway


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