With an ear for trailblazing new sounds and a true drive to ascend to the top, Noizu has quickly climbed the ranks of house music to become a staple of the scene. Since introducing his signature sound, the Los Angeles-based artist caught the ears of dance music’s most notable names — you can regularly find Diplo, John Summit, Dom Dolla, Oliver Heldens, and more supporting Noizu’s catalog. With over 2 million monthly Spotify listeners and sold-out shows on the regular, the sound of Noizu has become synonymous with the future of tech house.

In 2018, Noizu became a leader of the scene with the launch of Techne Records, delivering its debut release alongside Dombresky: “Rave Alarm” was an instant hit, earning the title of Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1. A master of making songs of the summer, Noizu’s “Hands Up” with Fast Eddie and Martin Ikin was an instant number-one on Beatport’s competitive Tech House Top 100 — what’s more, Noizu’s 2020 single “Summer 91” achieved RIAA Gold status in the UK, Netherlands, and Ireland, speaking to his undeniable impact on dance music.

Noizu has headlined and sold out shows at iconic venues such as The Hollywood Palladium and performed at the world’s leading music festivals, including Lollapalooza, EDC Las Vegas, HARD Summer, Reading Festival, and more. Off to an explosive start this festival season, Noizu kicked off the summer with “Mi Corazón” via Chris Lake’s Black Book Records and continues to dominate the season with “Moon Groove,” out now on Techne Records.