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PAYS Hongrie

GENRE  Future-House/House

Wow Wow Wow et re Wow! 

Ici, on a du très très lourd! 

Tomorrowland, Ushuaïa, Sziget Festival, Pacha, Balaton Sound Festival pour ne citer que quelques uns de leurs bookings, supporté entre autres par DON DIABLO ( signés sur son label en fait, pour situer...), Nicky Romero, souvent sollicité pour remixer ( ou créer? :-) ) les productions de David Ghetta, Robin Schulz, Nervo, ce duo Hongrois composé de David et Sullivan est littéralement occupé d'exploser.

Ils vont retourner le champ de la Lune, à coup de grosse Future-House dont seul eux ont le secret, croyez-nous, c'est un honneur de les avoir sur notre scène car ils ne passent pas souvent par la belgique ! 

3,2,1 Go !!!

From the vivid city of Budapest, two Hungarian producers that go by the name of David and Sullivan form Stadiumx.

At the end of 2012, Stadiumx was the start of a philosophy by Dave and Sully. They were both under the impression that if they would create a unique, energetic sound, while fusing production techniques from multiple genres and combining their own sound design, the results would be there!

Playing at Tomorrowland, Ushuaïa, Sziget Festival, Pacha and Balaton Sound Festival just to name a few; the Stadiumx guys are progressively conquering the big festivals and venue’s around the globe! Their first single ‘Howl At The Moon’, was released by Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recording and led to Stadiumx receiving a platinum record!


Since then, their career has really began to take off. They released a big string of originals, such as Harmony , Ghosts (both on Protocol), Wonderland (TurnItUp Muzik), So Much Love (Spinnin Deep), The Fall (Hexagon), Those Were The Days (BMG) and are currently workin on cool new singles! They also made remixes for names David Guetta, Robin Schulz, Nervo, Nicky Romero and loads more. So stay tuned, as you can expect a lot from these game changing guys!

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