Some try to force their breakthrough; others simply do it. At just 21-years-old, Pierce Fulton can safely say he did it his way. In a weird and wonderful spree of massive club compositions, the American producer has fulfilled every kid’s wildest dream.
The ascent of this Vermont raised, Brooklyn residing artist has been far from ordinary. A musician through-and-through, Pierce transitioned to the top tier of American Dance music through a genuine desire to innovate. Opting for music that stands out from the norm, Pierce has produced some extraordinary tracks.
Breaking through with single after single including “Where We Were” featuring Polina, “Sink Or Swim” featuring Bebe Rexha & “Wanna Be” with Maor Levi, Pierce has shown a rapid progression displaying his ever-growing strengths as a producer. On the remix front, Pierce has been commissioned by the likes of Martin Solveig, Dada Life, The Killers, Mutemath, Atlas Genius, Usher, Chuckie and Steve Aoki alike. His music has summoned the support of Tiësto, Above & Beyond, W&W, and Nicky Romero to name a few.
Pierce’s musical creativity translates effortlessly to the dancefloor. He has rocked stages at festivals including Electric Zoo, VELD Music Festival, and Ultra Music Festival and rallied packed-out crowds at Las Vegas super clubs XS and Surrender. In a full-on display of personal edits and original productions, every set echoes the energy that has pumped his tracks up the Beatport Top 100 chart and delivered them right to many of the hottest venues in the world.
Boots Bowles, aka Brazzabelle, is an American DJ & producer based out of Los Angeles, CA. Originally from Cave Creek, Arizona, Brazzabelle began DJing in 2010. By 2011, she released her first debut production “Break Your Body.” In just a short period of time, Brazzabelle has earned prestigious residencies with several nightclubs on the west coast, has been named one of 944 Magazines “leading woman in nightlife”, and has played alongside names such as Martin Solveig, Calvin Harris, Laidback Luke, The Bloody Beetroots, Porter Robinson, and more. Following the success of “Break Your Body,” Brazzabelle released several mixtapes, remixed Gentlemen Hall’s hit track “Take Me Under”, and released two EP’s, including the single “Drop The Beat” featuring Zashanel. Fresh out of the studio, Brazzabelle recently collaborated with gLAdaitor, flipping TLC’s anthem “No Scrubs.”
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