Aditya Singh ( born 5th August 1988 ), known professionally as Aceaxe is a self taught Indian DJ, music producer and musician who plays Progressive house, Big room, Future bass, pop and many more. His recent track named Chasing love with Patrick Moreno and Jonny Rose has been released by Hardwell’s own imprint – Revealed Recordings on March, 2017. The progressive version of the track was played on “Hardwell on air” 284 as a ‘demo of the week’ and afterward the Downtempo version of the same track was signed by Revealed recordings. It first got featured on “Hardwell on air 306 as an ID & in ‘Hardwell on air 308’, Hardwell disclosed artist’s and the track name. The track is also a part of the Day version REVEALED’S MIAMI SAMPLER 2017. Same version has been played by Borgeous, Vinai, Danny Avila, Swanky Tunes and its still being played by different artists.Soon the new progressive version will be out. ”
He is the only Indian Artist whose track has not only got played on’ Hardwell on air’ but also has got signed by Revealed recordings instantly. After perceiving dynamic results Aceaxe has started ‘Chasing Love tour’ with an Audience of 20,000 in number for the very first time in association with India’s leading Agency Ojas Entertainment. Now the desire to perform worldwide to enhance his abilities as a music producer and a performer is on his mind.
A compilation of tracks like Maharaja, Heartfire, Galaxy, Different and 1000 years has been released in the past in collaboration with Jonny Rose, RIVERO and Q’Aila. Aceaxe is best known for his sets at major music festivals such as Vh1 Supersonic, Sunburn, Summatronic and some solo shows with Vh1, 9xo and Mtv in Campuses all over India and gained immense popularity all around.
Hardwell, Borgeous, Vinai, Dash Berlin, Danny Avila, DJ Juicy M, Swanky Tunes and many more has supported Aceaxe throughout. Aceaxe has shared stage with Borgeous, Tujamo, Marnik, Dj’s from Mars and so on.
He began DJing at the age of 17 in the reputable clubs of Delhi and has performed at more than 600 gigs all over India. He expressed interest in becoming a DJ after seeing Tiësto performance in 2004 and took particular inspiration from the track "Love comes again"
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