Originally set up in 1997 by Jamie Anderson, the Artform label has racked up 15 years worth of Detroit and Chicago influenced Techno and House championed by the likes of Richie Hawtin, Sven Vath, DJ Sneak, Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson, Dave Angel and Laurent Garnier. To celebrate the labels diverse range quality dance music we are proud to announce the launch of our new imprint, ARTHOUSE.
Carlos da Silva & Tyler Brunton Bio:
Carlos da Silva & Tyler Brunton began appearing on charts and in the crates of DJs back in the early days of house. Since then they continue to turn heads forging a unique sound with a string of singles, collaborations, and remixes which has seen them gain support from heavyweights such as Tim Green, Carl Cox, John Digweed, Laurent Garnier, James Zabiela, Jamie Anderson, Chris Fortier, Jay Tripwire, Mazi, Tyler Stadius and James Talk to name a few.
Originally from Portugal Carlos was instrumental in laying the foundation for what would become Seattle's electronic music community. In the 90's he founded the record store, Delicious Music, devoted to the often overlooked styles coming out of USA and Europe.
Carlos is also an internationally sought after Yoga instructor and shares his time between Hawaii and Seattle. This location in the pacific northwest allows him to regularly connect with friend and studio partner Tyler Brunton of Vancouver, Canada.
Dave Pezzner - Fantastic work here! Carlos da Silva and Tyler Brunton in proper form. Meticulously produced house music - each song telling its own story. Full support from me.
Colin Dale - Some really cool tracks there. Carlos is one of the best new school producers right now. Tight production and shake arse beats make him a name to look out for.
Tim Green - Real cool tracks. These tracks are great, really good grooves and bounce to them. I will try them out for sure!
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