Noizu is a rapidly rising Los Angeles-based DJ and producer who is known for his hard-hitting house hits that ignite any dancefloor he graces. His debut track, “Lasers,” landed on the Chris Lake and Skrillex curated HOWSLA back in 2017, getting him off to a powerful start. With support from multiple electronic music legends at the earliest stages of his career, Noizu positioned himself on a path to the top. In just five years, he sits at the forefront of the American house music scene.
His debut caught the attention of French label boss Tchami, who signed his follow-up release, Jungle EP, to his Confession imprint in 2017. The next year brought even more notable attention to Noizu’s music, with his 2018 singles “LFO” and “Wavey” gaining massive support from Sirius XM’s Diplo Revolution station, with hundreds of radio plays.
With credibility from many industry-leading names, Noizu landed his first official remix with DJ Snake on his smash hit “A Different Way.” This track now boasts over 8 million Spotify streams. His most popular tracks have hit upwards of 57 million Spotify streams, with over 2 million monthly listeners. He’s also remixed the likes of Tchami and Valentino Khan, as well as being remixed by 220 KID, ATTLAS, Vowed, and many rising artists.
Noizu has always been a champion for other rising talent. He always releases stems post-release to allow other young producers to remix his work. Many of these tracks have been released as official remixes. In 2018, he took this support to the next level by opening his own record label, Techné Records, giving a platform to new talent globally.
The debut release on Techné Records got the label off to a powerful start. In collaboration with Dombresky, “Rave Alarm” became an instant festival anthem and worldwide hit. It was named the “Hottest Record of the World” by Annie Mac for BBC Radio 1 as well as being a top 10 Aria club track in Australia.
With a strong foundation from the start, Noizu has gained support from many renowned names in dance music like FISHER, Green Velvet, and Claude VonStroke as well as collaborating with the likes of Martin Ikin, Disciples, and Eli Brown.
Noizu has performed at many of the largest festivals in the world, including EDC Las Vegas, Beyond Wonderland, Lollapalooza, Hard Summer, and Electric Zoo. Keeping a busy touring schedule, Noizu is set to play shows in Canada, Miami, Belgium, Los Angeles, New Mexico, and more this year.