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Motez’ soundscape pushes the boundaries of your regular house producer, going way back before he was making wholesome, wall-to-wall club cuts and rocking festivals stages. His classical piano know how and clear influences of the 90’s allows him to flex his skills and musical-taste across all of his releases, chalking up six Hype Machine #1s, an ARIA Gold single and dropping official remixes for Disclosure, Sam Smith, Goldlink and Ellie Goulding. Motez has also joined Diplo & Friends, Beats-1 Radio and triple j Mix Up to lay down his favorite selections.
Motez’ back catalogue across Sweat It Out, Food Music and Universal/AATW speaks for itself. His streak of infectious dance-driven releases continued on from 2016’s ‘Down Like This’ ft. Tkay Maidza to 2017’s ‘Praise’, which led him to his first ARIA Certified Gold single, ‘The Future’ ft. Antony & Cleopatra.
Three years in the making, ‘The Future’ is Motez’ most personal offering to date, receiving support from BBC-R1, KCRW, Live105 and triple j, and amassing over 12 millions streams. For Motez’ latest EP, ‘Late Thoughts’, he delves back into the club tipped sonisphere from which he has crafted his reputation with a two-track offering.
On the road and to the stage, Motez has played to thousands at Rhythm and Vines, Splendour In The Grass, Holy Ship, EDC, Hard Summer and Electric Forest, fronted main support duties for Disclosure, Rüfüs Du Sol and Fatboy Slim, and filled clubs all over Australia, North America and Europe.
Between his own releases and remixes, Motez’ last 12 months has included a sold out Australian ‘The Future’ Tour, another two trips to North America and a return to the UK & Europe. Motez welcomed 2018 with a sold out national festival tour with Fatboy Slim & Gorgon City, a main-stage slot on Mountain Sounds Festival and his biggest North America tour, including Electric Forest & Splash House.
With support from:
- Eastern Bloc
- General Lee
- Sam Lovli