Buried deep in a bedroom studio near you (before and after school), Melbourne based barely-legal production guise Apocalypto was born.
Not many producers can claim that their self-titled debut release was premiered on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection Radio 1 show, but then again, there aren’t many producers like Apocalypto.
Showcasing production maturity beyond his years the recently-turned 18 y/o ladykiller is an inevitable invading force that can already say that he’s topped Beatport’s new release charts and remixed records for Rebecca & Fiona, Icona Pop and Zoë Badwi; simultaneously adding the likes of Afrojack, Chuckie, Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl, Morgan Page, Promise Land, Steve Aoki,Thomas Gold and Tiësto to his tribe of supporters.
Notorious for mean to melodic monsters, his style is best described as piano-driven to uplifting, progressive to hard-hitting, earth-shattering, Electro House.
Neon Records’ new poster boy culminates 2012 with the uber-brutal ’600 Kents’, effortlessly transitioning from mega-bass to mega-melody (as he does) in this thriller that is sure to become a regular weapon in every heavyweight DJ’s box.
Make no mistake… young rebel Apocalypto marks the end of repetitive dance music as we know it (years before the Mayans had hypothesised).