Raiden

Since bursting onto the scene in the early stages of 2016 with his remix of Fedde Le Grand's 'Keep On Believing', Raiden's success has sky rocketed. Hailing from Seoul in South Korea, the rising star has quickly elevated from a local EDM authority, into a globally recognised artist. Having performed at some of the biggest festivals around the world including Ultra Music Festival, World DJ Festival, and Life In Color Ibiza, Raiden has shared the stage with industry top dogs including Tiesto, Hardwell, Skrillex, DJ Snake, and more. Not one to do things by half measures, Raiden manages to juggle his non-stop global touring schedule alongside longstanding residency at Club Octagon in Seoul (#5 in DJ Mag's Top 100 Clubs).

As a trained guitarist who studied in Japan, Raiden’s musicality shows in the studio. Critics praise his music calling it a blend of hard hitting Electronic Dance Music with old school Rock ‘n Roll flavor. His debut original track with Bright Lights titled “Heart Of Steel” was chosen and featured in the Ultra Korea 2015 After Movie before its highly anticipated release in 2017 via Protocol Recordings. Raiden's consistent ability to produce top tier productions and experience performing on some of the biggest stages has gained him fans and support from other artists in the industry including Moti, Quintino, Bright Lights, Vicetone, Firebeatz, Florian Picasso and many more.

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10.03.17

RAIDEN TEAMS UP WITH FLORIAN PICASSO AND TOM TYGER FOR ‘VINDALOO BOUNCE’

Fresh off the back of his hugely successful future bass anthem 'Heart Of Steel', Raiden returns with 'Vindaloo Bounce'. A collaborative track with Florian Picasso and Tom Tyger, 'Vindaloo Bounce' is out now as part of Florian Picasso's 'X' EP via Spinnin'Records, and is available as a free download here.

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A track most certainly set for big-rooms and festivals alike, 'Vindaloo Bounce' is jam packed with resonating bass synth stabs and four to the floor kicks. Whilst simplistic in its components, comprising predominantly of percussion, bass synth and affected vocals, the elements are utilised to form an incredibly intricate production. Masterfully timed whistles and cowbells, alongside snare trills and subtle rises ensure that 'Vindaloo Bounce' loses no momentum throughout, confirming its place as a high-octane bass house stomper.

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Releasing his debut original 'Heart Of Steel' and performing at venues across the globe all before February came to …

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