Fedde Le Grand is a name that needs no introduction – having soared to dizzying heights of global chart success while winning countless awards and working with and remixing the industry’s hottest artists. the music. So it’s fair to say, Fedde Le Grand is one of the most outstanding figures of electronic music. To produce hits like ‘Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit‘, ‘let me think about it‘, ‘back and forth‘, and ‘Sparks (Turn off your mind)‘, headlining some of the biggest festivals: ultra music festival, tomorrowland, fields of creamand Coachella.

Benefiting from an artistic freedom reserved for an elite, Fedde Le Grand is a masterful pioneer of electronics, considered by countless fans and artists to be one of the most defining figures in house music. Whether as a DJ or a producer, Fedde’s influence is felt throughout the electronic landscape; his creative beats, grooves, melodies and rhythms have surrounded us all for many years. He has been credited with countless awards and has remixed the biggest artists of the moment – from Coldplay, Madonna, Will.i.am, Robbie Williams, Everything But The Girl, Fatboy Slim, Shakira, Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson and Faithless. Recent additions from The Chainsmokers and Loud Luxury have demonstrated its endless ability to deliver new offerings and create timeless designs.

As for solo records, it was the seminal electronic track “Put Your Hands Up For Detroit” that not only brought Le Grand to the world’s attention, but breathed new life into a stagnant house scene. Dubbed by many as the ‘Saviour of the House’, it soon became clear that the Dutchman was no one trick pony. Among others, tracks like ‘The Creeps’, ‘Let Me Think About It’, ‘3 Minutes To Explain’, ‘Back & Forth’, ‘Control Room’, ‘Metrum’, ‘So Much Love’ and ‘Sparks ( Turn Off Your Mind)’, established him as one of the most exciting and consistent talents around, demonstrating his effortless ability to transition from massive mainstream success to more avant-garde underground sounds. His 2009 debut artist album “Output” was released in an incredible 64 countries around the world, establishing him as one of the leading creative forces in electronic music. With his explosive second album “Something Real”, Fedde presented a selection of fan favorites including “Cinematic”, “Rhythm Of The Night”, “The Noise (Yeah Baby)”, “Feel Good”, “Keep On Believing ‘ and ‘Give me some’.

Not only indulging his own perfectionist musical tendencies, but Fedde is also ever so focused on nurturing new talent using his years of hard-earned experience to push them to stardom. His Darklight Recordings imprint shows that his quest for this outstanding new talent is endless. His Darklight Sessions radio show has become commonplace for fans around the world, airing on broadcasting giants around the world.

Dance music enthusiasts around the world have witnessed his breathtaking concerts that explode with ingenuity and originality. Huge performances across continents are on the agenda for Le Grand, with artists like Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, Exit Festival, Global Gathering, Creamfields, Electric Zoo, Sziget, Mysteryland, Electric Daisy Carnival, Future Music , SW4, Airbeat One, an unparalleled number of Sensations, and the list keeps growing. Launching his concept of the genre-defying show GRAND in 2016, Fedde collaborated with RTL Live Entertainment for The Next Level In Dance in a state-of-the-art live show that cemented his reputation as a visionary entertainer and producer.

Added a slew of sensational releases to his jam-packed catalog over the past few years, including ‘Dancing Together’, ‘Let Me Think About It’ (Celebration Mix), ‘Monsta’, ‘You Got Me Runnin’, ‘Flex’, ‘Coco’s Miracle’, ‘Keep On Rising’ and more recently ‘All Over The World’, Fedde Le Grand has remained on top of his production. Partnering with BBIN and DJ Mag for The Gaming Beat Charity in 2018, Fedde produced three exclusive cuts that were all available for free download to help raise funds for the Top 100 DJs Foundation. Over 1.2 million copies were downloaded over a three-month period, resulting in BBIN donating $90,000 to the foundation.

Dutch electronics maestro Fedde Le Grand is back break down the houseFedde reunited British producer Love Harder and Amy Grace for the gripping groove “Same Thing.”

UK based DJ/Producer love harder has applied his magic studio touch to many successful records, working with names such as Medouza, good boys, embody, CLIQand Hugel. His co-writing with Lost frequencies to ‘The beat of my heart‘ counts more 53 million Spotify streams and has become an anthem for millions of fans around the world.