Blurring the lines between electronic and hip-hop with Latin influences, internationally-recognized Mexican American producer act Boombox Cartel has risen the ranks as an unparalleled force in the world of dance music.
The Boombox Cartel name spread quickly in 2015 after Jack Ü played “B2U” at Hard Fest and shortly after, every major artist was playing it live. Following the success of “B2U” came the smash single “Supernatural” with Quix and Anjulie, and in 2017 Boombox Cartel released his highly anticipated debut EP “Cartel”, featuring innovative tracks “Alamo” and “Jefe”, which set the bar high for Boombox’s next level artistry and creativity.
In 2019, Boombox Cartel embarked on his biggest headline bus tour yet; The Cell Tour. It featured a full stage production, synchronized visuals, and sold-out dates all across the US, from New York to Los Angeles, Austin, Minneapolis, and more. He has toured the globe securing prime slots at major festivals including Lollapalooza, EDC Las Vegas and
Mexico, Sunburn, Creamfields, and many more. With his intention to bring his music and people from all backgrounds together in each performance, the artist’s built-up accreditation in the dance music realm speaks for itself.
Boombox Cartel continues to push musical boundaries in his genre-blending output. With collaborations and features ranging from Dillon Francis, DMX, MadeInTYO,
NGHMTRE, Panama, and more, it’s clear that there are no limits. Alongside releases on record labels such as Mad Decent, OWSLA, and Spinnin, he has also been featured in prominent publications like Billboard, Noisey, Complex, and DJ MAG. The world of Boombox Cartel stands on the precipice of global domination.
For the last three years, Vancouver-based producer Juelz has been building a catalog that fuses hip-hop and electronic boundaries effortlessly. Classical training in violin and a culturally diverse upbringing have proven fundamental in the development of his strong music writing and production skills.
Juelz found initial success with the release of the SoundCloud club hit “Cocaine”, which quickly led him to collaborations with the likes of josh pan, Falcons, and Promnite. In 2018 he teamed up with bbno$ to release a collaborative EP titled moneytalk, and in early 2019 he released the Shanghai Nights EP with Fools Gold Records.
With an influx of support coming from tastemakers including RL Grime, A-Trak, and his sophomore label EP High Octane out now through Sable Valley, Juelz is poised to make a big splash in the electronic music scene this year.