Angel Rubio-Hale AKA ONHELL is a STYLSS affiliate, and a 23 year old producer, influencing, playing and raging the West Coast party scene. Equipped with vintage synthesizers, cutting edge production tools and a drive for experimentation, he has perfected a signature multi-dimensional sound that can not be contained within any one genre. Like a sonic kaleidoscope, his songs infuse elements of future down-tempo, R&B, modern hip hop, and spacey psychedelic bass music. ONHELL's sets of music run deep with hard hitting tonality, maintain a flowing diversity, and are known to contagiously move crowds on the dance floor.
ONHELL has toured the west coast twice and opened up for artists such as Eprom, Darius, Saint Pepsi, Grenier, Groundislava, Buku, Chrome Sparks, G Jones, Mad Zach, Bleep Bloop, Thriftworks, Promnite, and more. He's gotten play on "Diplo and Friends" as well as "Boiler Room" and has support from likes of Cashmere Cat, Gent and Jawns, Tommy Kruise, Ekali and much more. ONHELL has released on his founded label, Phantom Wave as well as STYLSS and Muti Music.
"Angel Rubio Hale, AKA ONHELL, is yet another supremely talented producer emerging from the fog banks of Northern California. His sound is multifaceted and versatile, a sexy yet somber blend of RnB, hip-hop, future bass, and psycahdelic, ambient beats."
“Being thrust into the mainstream has given me a headache, and turning down is the motive. With ONHELL’s Use EP, we get exactly what we’re looking for in a night in. Mixing trap, bass, juke, twerk, and booty bass vibes, this producer from Arcata, California creates a dreamy and sexy bedroom vibe that cannot be denied. And though we’re listing genres, none of these records can quite fit within a box.”
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“Few producers are able to make music that balances so precariously on the line between dance music and downtempo. ONHELL has managed this peculiar balancing act with his “Use EP”, a collection of tunes that lend themselves quite handily to both worlds. The California based producer presents a quirky take on hip-hop beats, not taking a simple approach to any of the five tracks from the free EP.”