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Rapidly rising through the ranks of house and techno, Emery Warman is becoming a household name within the industry. With continued support for his tracks from the likes of Richie Hawtin, Paco Osuna, Marco Carola, Stacey Pullen, Nicole Moudaber, and many more, his tracks are populating the sets of the biggest and best artists and festivals around the world.
Born in Hungary, Emery moved to London and quickly set about making his mark on the capital’s scene after cutting his teeth around Central and Eastern Europe. His renowned label NoExcuse Records has been going from strength to strength, with regular releases from the hottest tech-house producers. On top of the releases, the label has been hosting monthly showcases at the iconic Egg in London for over a year, as well as at key locations around Europe, such as at the Toffler in Rotterdam, Sarajevo, and Hungary.
Having instant support from the big-names such as Marco Carola, Joseph Capriati, and Richie Hawtin set him on a fast-track path to become a major contender. Over a year since that moment and every release from Emery continues to enter the sets of the industry leading artists without fail.
His sound has a more sophisticated edge than today’s common denominator tech house, maintaining the genre’s energy and intensity but wrapping it up in subtle textures, warm sounds and intricately constructed grooves. It’s a style that’s informed by his years grafting in the house and techno underground, with a real sense of heritage for the genres showing in his work.
Releases on labels including Elrow, Underground Audio, Elevate, D-Floor, Deeperfect, Viva Music, Stereo Production and Glasgow Underground have proved immensely popular, with numerous another download site Genre Chart Top 10s, a Top 100 Overall Chart entry and a slew of Genre Chart Top 100 placings to boot. Meanwhile his DJ diary continues to grow in stature, with key dates including a number of Ibiza bookings within the summer on top of his European residencies.
The likes of The Martinez Brothers, Stefano Noferini, and Pirupa have also been playing his tracks extensively, and his current trajectory suggests that 2017 is going to be the year he embosses himself as a big player within the tech-house industry.
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