Norin & Rad is a name you better get used to hearing. Tipped as stars of the future by Above & Beyond, Bruce Karlsson and Nick Sember have lived up to that billing and more, releasing numerous smash hits that have found there way into DJ sets around the world.
Since their breakthrough smash "Bloom," the Californian upstarts have been producing the most futuristic trance-influenced grooves and progressive EDM around with a string of Anjunabeats anthems such as "Zion," "DeVas," "Pistol Whip" and "Five Finger Death Punch." Today their current production output varies from the rave-influenced progressive house riot that is "Bird Is The Word" and techno-edged "Thunder Cat" to their recent release "Prototype," produced alongside their brother-from-another-mother Andrew Bayer under their collaborative 'Artificial' moniker. Expect more great solo releases and collaborations in 2014, including some freshness with Maor Levi.
The duo have also found time to remix the soundtrack from the world's most prestigious video games franchise, Halo 4, as well as "The Way You Are" by Australian outfit Peking Duk and the legendary "Air For Life" by Above & Beyond and Andy Moor.
As full of energy as their music, the duo's unique approach and fast-cutting DJ style has earned them rightful reputations as party starters of the highest order. In the last 12 months alone, these two SoCal boys have played some of Australia's biggest arenas with Above & Beyond, toured with Mat Zo on his Damage Control bus tour and rocked legendary spots around the world, from New York's Roseland Ballroom, to India's Jayamahal Palace, to Amnesia Ibiza. On the festival circuit, they have already conquered the stages of Miami's Ultra, EDC Las Vegas, Electric Zoo, Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, and Creamfields in England, Argentina and Peru.