Origin: United States

Schade represents the infectious appeal of the Southern California streets he grew up on. From his studio comes a fresh fusion of booty shaking House beats alongside Hip-Hop inspired musicality and lyrics. Hailing from Inland Empire, he is influenced by Kaskade, Daft Punk, Habstrakt, Travis Scott and Kanye West. Funky and Groovy is his motto, as expressed by his Not What We’re looking for EPs. This resolve is pushed even further in his remakes of legendary tunes like Stardust’s Music Sounds Better with You and God’s–…”Schade’s Plan,” a rework of Drake’s own single that cleverly chops up the rappers own verses on top of a flashy House turned Trap beat.

These productions catch the attention of several artists including GTA, 4B and Dr. Fresch, who’s praise reached all-caps form on Twitter; that’s no easy feat to accomplish. When you see Schade playing live, it’s not hard to see why a big artist would be driven to do so: he has a relentless flow to his sets and makes sure there’s not a second that goes by without dramatic tension.

Palm Trees make up his biggest source of visual inspiration, being the embodiment of West Coast Hip-Hop that he bumped daily as he grew up. With the goal of planting one in the mind of as many House Music loving people as humanly possible, Schade shakes up the dance floors of numerous venues, including the Space Yacht takeover at Beyond Wonderland. Getting acquainted with his music sooner than later is highly advised.


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