Andy Caldwell who's now based in Los Angeles, emerged from the San Francisco House scene in the early part of the 2000s. As a member of the live House act, Soulstice, Andy became a preeminent fixture on the global dance music scene with consistent releases of artist material on Om Records, followed most recently with releases on his own label, Uno Recordings. Andy's track, "Funk Nasty" feat. Gramma Funk (Wolfgang Gartner Remix) was nominated for a Grammy in 2011 under the Best Remix Category.These days Caldwell is fusing the undulating energy of his live performances with his studio savvy to crank out propulsive House cuts that’ll ignite dancing everywhere from Ibiza to Miami as he continues to blaze new trails with a distinct versatility and virtuosity . His most recent work brandishes a House music spark, while emphasizing his classical training and immersion in club culture.Caldwell remains connected to his home state on a deep level. Growing up in Santa Cruz, establishing his professional persona in San Francisco, and now residing in Los Angeles, he’s embedded himself in every facet of the California lifestyle. Right now, L.A.’s fast-paced hot nightlife continues to inspire his current creations. "I'm one-hundred percent a product of California,” he declares. “I'm a Cali kid, and it’s a big part of my music.