Eric Seall –better known by his stage name Ace Aura– is an American bass music producer and DJ, best known for his heavy, chord-driven take on dubstep (often referred to as “melodic/harmonic riddim”). He has received a great degree of attention in recent months for his unique style, garnering support from the likes of Zomboy, NGHTMRE & SLANDER, Zeds Dead, Ookay, 12th Planet, Flux Pavilion, Borgore and many more.
Seall grew up in a Protestant household in McKinney, TX (an exurb of Dallas) and grew to be a passionate Christian at a young age. He began producing and uploading faith-influenced EDM songs to YouTube under the name “Ace Aura” in 2012 and has unashamedly continued down that same path ever since.
Beyond the release of “Interdimensional” with Chime, 2019 came as the biggest year for Seall’s career thus far. The year saw the release of Seall’s first DubstepGutter-supported original (“Flow”) a collaboration with Oolacile (“Stars”) and two big releases with rising bass music label Odio Records (“Gamma,” “Radiate”), as well as his first headline show (Seattle, WA) and a coveted opening slot at SVDDEN DEATH’s sold out debut at the Ogden Theater (Denver, CO).
2019 also saw the release of Seall’s highly-anticipated “Coma” on Circus Records. “Coma” followed a similar path to previous releases like “Tongues of Fire,” weaving in a segments of the producer’s faith-driven narrative. Just days after the song was released, it became Seall’s first Beatport top 10 entry, peaking at #9 on the site’s dubstep chart.
2020 is gearing up to be another groundbreaking year for Ace Aura, as the surprise Trinergy collaboration “Self-Love” –the second single from his story-driven EP Comatose– has already become one of the producer’s most well-loved releases. With bigger remixes & collaborations than ever before lined up and Ace Aura’s first North American tour just on the horizon, it is fair for fans to expect the unexpected this year.