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At first it was two DJs having more fun playing shows together rather than separately. That turned into an Amsterdam club night, after which Yellow Claw took their show on the road—in the Netherlands and across the world. Their first songs came out in 2012, Blood For Mercy became a mantra and Barong Family was established as a record label. With a huge, loyal fanbase crowding their gigs from Las Vegas to Tokyo and everywhere in between, Yellow motherfucking Claw’s is one of the most electrifying shows you’ll come across. As much as their music is about energy release by any means necessary, Yellow Claw’s whole approach is highly conceptual and deliberate: from the numbered mixtapes to the branded merchandise (parkas to bathing suits), the slick music videos and collaborations with artists as diverse as Diplo and Ty Dolla $ign, Tiësto and Pusha T. Launched in 2014, Barong Family has become a home to upcoming, likeminded artists like Cesqeaux, LNY TNZ, Moksi, Mightyfools, Mike Cervello, Chace and more. Over the years, Yellow Claw has performed at the main stages of EDC Las Vegas, Ultra Music Festival, Jack Ü’s New Year’s Eve party, Spring Awakening and Coachella in the United States, Tomorrowland in Belgium, Mysteryland, Kingsday Festival, The Flying Dutch and Sensation in the Netherlands and Future Music Festival in Australia, has held a residency at the Wynn Las Vegas and played numerous headline shows in North and South America, Eastern and Western Europe and all along East Asia. In November of 2015 Yellow Claw finally delivered its full-length debut album Blood For Mercy on Mad Decent, followed by a massive US tour. Featuring many big name features, it went straight to #1 on Billboard’s Heatseeker Albums as well as Top Dance/Electronic Albums charts and also reached #1 on Beatport. In 2016, Blood For Mercy won the Edison award (Dutch equivalent of the Grammys) for dance music in the Netherlands. The single “In My Room”, made in partnership with DJ Mustard and featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Tyga, has so far clocked over 10 million views on YouTube and over 96 million streams on Spotify (not counting remixes). Two brand new singles were released both featuring debuting singer Yade Lauren (“Invitation” followed by “Love & War”) with a 16-date Barong Family World Tour scheduled in between for good measure. As Yellow Claw continue to play shows around the globe almost every weekend, they are pressing on with their second album which is expected to come out before the beginning of spring 2017. In the meantime, Barong Family, keeps up a regular schedule of releasing banger after banger from new as well as more established family members.
Based out of Downtown Los Angeles, Mija has established herself as an innovative and fresh new DJ/Producer of this era. Her roots may be based in house music, but nobody puts Mija in a corner. Her genredefying mixtapes and bassline productions keep the masses dancing around the globe.
Mija began her career in her hometown Phoenix, where she became a fulltime DJ in early 2012. In 2014 she was invited to perform on Kalliope, a Burning Man art car, at Bonnaroo Music Festival. It was on that car where she serendipitously ran into Skrillex and played a b2b sunrise set. Just a couple months later, Mija won a mix competition to play on the Black Butter Records stage at TomorrowWorld, where her set was recorded, and truly helped build a steady platform for her career.
Mija is quickly building a massive fan base from countries around the world. With her latest production “Crank It” feat. Lil Jon being released on record label OWSLA, she is making headlines on some of the biggest EDM websites out right now. This is just the beginning for yung Mija. She has national and international bookings under her wing in 2015, with the talent and drive to back it.
Hailing from New York a career in music wasn't always the plan for Jared as he attended West Point, a prestigious military academy; fast forward to today and he is performing his music in front of thousands of people. His drive to achieve greatness invigorated him to start his journey in the music industry and he's never looked back. Jared has spear headed a new musical sound called Heaven Trap which garnered extreme popularity and has a SoundCloud page with over 50K followers and over 5 million plays across all social media pages.
In January his long awaited single Chief released via Main Course, which has garnered over 1 million plays on all social media. Chief has been heavily supported by many Industry leaders such as Jack U, RL Grime, and many more. Off his release of Chief he was asked by both trap rising stars Slander & NGHTMRE to remix a track off their latest EP called Gud Vibrations which caught the eye of trap Gods Flosstradmus.
With an EP coming out next fall, there is nothing stopping Jared from reaching the pinnacle of his genre. Keep a look out for a lot more from Party Thieves. This is only the beginning!
Los Angeles-based producer Joey Khodanian, better known as JayKode, started his musical journey at age 7, when he began playing classical piano. By age 15, he had immersed himself with the guitar while experimenting heavily with metal and hardcore, demonstrating his commitment to developing a well-rounded knowledge of music composition. Building on this foundation, he started exploring both hip-hop and electronic productions soon after, and fused his knowledge of both traditional and experimental music genres. JayKode’s passion for strong compositions and melodies stems from his classical training – a rarity among today’s electronic music producers.
Armed with an eclectic repertoire of originals, remixes and bootlegs, JayKode has cultivated a rapidly growing fan base in dance music. Pioneering the genre he calls “Classical Bass,” a tribute to his musical roots, he effortlessly blends melody-driven compositions with aggressive production techniques to push the tonal boundaries of electronic music. Now with characteristic sounds rooted in future bass, trap and hip-hop, JayKode readily brings a unique set to every stage, spinning a wide variety of genres, from bass music to electro-house, twerk, moombahton, and even oldies, ensuring no two JayKode sets tell the same sonic story.
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