THE ZOMBIE KIDS have been breaking all the dance scene rules in Spain and abroad for three years. This group of DJs, Artists and Producers commanded by Edgar, Jay and Ikki have been spreading their energy and style wherever they go. Performing as a duo, t rio or with the whole of t heir Zombie Crew, including MCs and singers Aqeel, Embaka, GP Boyz and Kunta K, they always make a strong impression. Since their large-scale debut at the Rock in Rio Festival in Lisbon in June 2010, they have performed at some of the hottest festivals in the world, such as DxB Festival (Dubai), Sónar (Barcelona), Creamfields, Global Gat hering (Birmingham), Pukkelpop (Belgium), I Love T echno (France), SOS (Spain), BBK (Spain), MTV Beach, Aquasella, Electromar, Arenal Sound (before over 45,000 people), Exit (Serbia), Festival del Globo (Mexico (with over 80,000 festival-goers)), Indio Emergente (Mexico). They have also taken their show to clubs in Paris, London, Stockholm, Munich, Vienna, Venice, and a host of others.TZK are resident DJs in several cities, including Barcelona (Razzmatazz), Madrid (Zombie Club), Valencia (La 3), Bilbao (Fever) and Ibiza, where they performed at Together, the hottest party of summer 2012. This year the prestigious British party was hosted at the legendary Amnesia, with TZK billed alongside international artists including Skrillex, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Eric Prydz, Steve Aoki, Chase & Status, Pendulum and Knife Party, among many others. TZK t opped iT unes chart s in 2011 when their debut single “Face” received more than two million hits and was released in the US and Canada. After signing to Universal Music in 2012, the first two singles off their debut LP (The Zombie Kids) “Live Forever 2012” and “Spanish House Mafia” shot straight to #1 on iTunes Spain and earned them the Best Spanish Artist award at MTV’s 2012 EMA Awards.The Zombie Kids cont inue t o t our the world, and will be performing in Russia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, and a long list of others. In 2013 they will be releasing new singles, working with international artists and cooking up a whole load of surprises that they’re still keeping under wraps.