Andrew Meller is an artist known for the unfathomable amount of energy that comes with his productions. Like many great creators, he shares an impressively broad and cultured appreciation for music, not only electronic. The Serbian-born DJ & Producer has been cutting his teeth in the industry for well over a decade, with ventures under different guises all leading him to arrive at his current disposition.
Drawing inspiration from some of the greatest names in modern musical history, it is evident in Andrew’s work that he is an experienced musician. His creative process follows the same pattern as many iconic figures throughout the years, and that is also apparent in many records attached to his name.
Andrew’s sound is a strong border between authentic progressive and techno, with bolstered beats and melodic scores to rival some of the historical best in the business. His vibrantly unique sound has earned him repeat plaudits with a lot of his industry peers and seen him supported by the likes of Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Andrea Oliva, Nic Fanciulli, Nicole Moudaber, Carl Cox and many more.
Over the years, Andrew has had the pleasure of gracing a lot of popular club spaces. Most of which have been in close international proximity to his native Serbia. However, with his rise in notoriety and a growing catalogue of stellar releases, that radar is beginning to widen and has seen him line up against the likes of Dosem, Sam Paganini, Victor Ruiz, Hot Since 82, Deborah De Luca, Metodi Hristov, Matt Sassari & Booka Shade.
With an increasing amount of international bookings heading in Andrew’s direction, and him continuing to push his insatiably energetic and uplifting sound across the globe; it’s easy to see why he is becoming a more frequent topic in conversations regarding blossoming house and techno artists. You could even say that when it comes to composition and creating what some people would call “real music”, Andrew is a real master of the craft.