Morgan Page has been producing dance music since he was 12 years old. By age 15, he was playing his tracks on radio stations in and around his hometown of Burlington, Vermont. And by high school, Page had his own Saturday night show on the University of Vermont’s radio station and began his first music industry internship at Plastic City, a house-based imprint of Germany’s Daredo, in New York City.
From there, Page’s dance music obsession turned into a full-blown career. The young producer saved the money from his internship and other jobs to buy his own studio production equipment. He officially released his first EP, ‘Maple Grooves,’ in 2000 on Fiji Recordings, an imprint owned by Rick Salzer, an industry veteran who Page worked under at Plastic City.
Over the course of his illustrious career, Page has not only headlined festivals like EDC Las Vegas, Coachella, and Electric Zoo, he’s also been nominated for two Best Remixed Recording Grammy Awards: in 2011 for his remix of Nadia Ali’s “Fantasy” and in 201 his remix of deadmau5’s “Imaginary Friends.” He’s also remixed for the likes of Coldplay, Madonna, Katy Perry, and Alanis Morissette, in addition to ranking No. 1 on the Billboard, Beatport, and US Dance Radio charts and holding residencies at several Las Vegas clubs including Wynn and Daylight.
Morgan Page’s sound is quintessential, ranging from house, to trace, to classic early 2010’s big room. By combining uplifting buildups, sing-able lyrics, and main-stage worthy drops, it’s not hard to imagine one of his tracks providing the backdrop for a festival promo—or closing out the mainstage itself.