Cloonee has quickly become one of the best-selling tech-house artists in the scene today. Based out of the UK, Cloonee has taken his “no nonsense” tech house to some of the world’s biggest club and festival stages. Now with his own record label CLNE and a continuing string of best-selling singles, there seems to be no stopping this production powerhouse.
Cloonee’s debut EP Estes came out with Elrow Music in 2017. The three tracks helped introduce the world to his jovial, shuffle-inducing sound. In 2019, he snagged his first Beatport #1 single with the track “Be Good To Me,” featuring vocals from Lindy Layton. Since then, he’s topped the Beatport charts several more times.
In 2020, Cloonee began to join forces with one of house music’s biggest names, Chris Lake. Cloonee got signed to Lake’s illusive Black Book Records, and came out swinging with the hypnotizing track “What Ya Want” in 2020. He also amassed a few million streams with his remix of Lakes’ best-selling hit, “Turn Off The Lights.” Finally, in 2022, the two officially joined forces in their track “Nightmares.” Some of Cloonee’s biggest hits, like “Ciggie'' and “Mi Amor'' have gained support from some of tech-houses biggest tastemakers, introducing his sound to an even wider audience.
On stage, Cloonee has held residencies at The Tuesday Club and Tank, Sheffield for multiple years. On those stages, he’s supported artists like Eats Everything, Mark Knight and Solardo to name a few. 2022 saw performances at festival giants like Electric Forest and EDC Las Vegas. He was also able to play one of Ibiza’s newest state of the art clubs, Hi Ibiza, as well as some of the UK's most prestigious clubs.
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