Origin: United Kingdom
Eli Brown has rapidly established himself as an artist of real distinction in the house world, with his records making an immediate impact upon a flurry of the industry’s biggest names.
Singled out for his gritty style, Eli’s productions perch on the lines of dark and light, creating twisted dancefloor pieces packed with a vibrant club-ready energy. Self-taught in both his skills behind the turntable, and his powerful production prowess, Eli’s route to stardom was streamlined when Skream signed his ‘Can You Feel It/Acid Test’ EP to his ‘Of Unsound Mind’ label.
This debut soon led to follow up EP, ‘Got The Power/Tech This Out’ in 2017 as well as a collaboration with Skream himself on ‘Lagos’. With labels like Steve Lawler’s Viva Music and Lee Foss’s Repopulate Mars championing Brown, the UK producer continues to gain support from established figures in the house world and finds his music resonating with fans, recently playing shows across the likes of Brazil, Ecuador and North America.
With his 2017 track ‘Sumatra’ – released on Toolroom – proving one of the biggest selling tracks of the year, BBC Radio 1 tastemakers Annie Mac and Monki have continued to offer the Brit continued support on the airwaves. Adding the likes of Green Velvet’s Relief Records, Solardo’s Sola and elrow to his ever-expanding accomplishment list, 2018 saw Brown make his debut at iconic London club fabric (a personal highlight for the Bristolian); an incredible endorsement of his permanently evolving, club-ready tones.
Providing remixes for the likes of Tchami, Gorgon City, Fisher, and GW Harrison, Eli Brown has also collaborated with Mason Maynard, Lee Foss and many more. A raw and caustic talent, Eli Brown continues to cement his reputation as one of dance music’s most innovative and forward-thinking DJ & producers heading into 2019 and beyond.