In an age where the realms of electronic music have become completely saturated, true musical integrity and originality are fast becoming the key indicators of success.

GTA aka ‘Good Times Ahead’ have these characteristics in abundance, and at the mere age of just twenty-six and in the space of only a few prolific years, the Miami-born DJs/Producer duo Matt Toth and Julio Meija have managed to build nothing short of a remarkable musical empire. 

Paving the way, and honing in on their unprecedented mission statement of ‘Death To Genres’, the duo have flexed their productions skills and displayed their range in churning out records spanning the likes of: big room, trap, future bass, hip hop, and everything in between. Boasting an impressive 2.6 million monthly Spotify listeners and over 440 million aggregated YouTube plays is testament to the fact that GTA have continued to push boundaries with both consistency and quality, while their fan base continues to grow at an extraordinary rate.

Natural born performers from day one, their innate ability behind the decks has seen them stun some of the most esteemed festivals around the globe, including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Made In America, Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival and many more. On top of headlining their own tours, a renewed 2017 residency at Hakkasan Vegas and JEWEL Nightclub, joining Rihanna on her 'Diamonds World Tour’ and recently closing out Ultra Music Festival 2017, it’s clear to see that despite GTA’s wild, unpredictable sets, everything the duo does – both on stage and in the studio – is unified by their simple mission mantra.

Whether it’s their own original song, an innovative remix, or collaborations with some of music’s A-list artists, GTA have continued to receive support from both fans and the ‘who’s who’ in the music industry. Whether it is their hit ‘Intoxicated’ with Martin Solveig (which went top 5 on UK charts), their Diplo assisted single ‘Boy Oh Boy’ that garnered over 86 million Youtube plays, their genre bending collaboration with Rick Ross on ‘Movin Bass’ accumulating over 18 million plays on Spotify, their remix of Rihanna’s ‘BBHMM’ with 6 million plays on Soundcloud or being enlisted by the prominent Rick Rubin on his Star Wars: Headspace compilation, GTA have truly positioned themselves as new-wave tastemakers and are paving the way for genre-less music to stand at the forefront. With all this under their belt, critical acclaim has organically poured in from the likes of Pitchfork, The Fader, Complex, Hypebeast, GQ, Huffington Post and many more.

Fast-forward to now, GTA have served up their full-length debut album aptly titled ‘Good Times Ahead’ on Warner Bros. Records amassing over 24 million cumulative streams. With a star studded cast of features including Tinashe, Vince Staples, What So Not, Wax Motif, IAMSU, and Tunji Ige the album showcases their forward thinking mentality which they’ve instilled in the very core of GTA.

With the album having received critical acclaim from both fans and the media alike, the guys had this to say - “We’ve always had bigger aspirations than just the dance space which came hand in hand with our ‘Death To Genres’ mentality. To us, music was more about what made you move rather than what type of music was playing. With this album we’re able to explore all facets of music that we love, flip the script and bring everything together into one fluid album that we’re really proud of”.

This new album didn’t mark the peak for GTA, but rather display their steadfast commitment to pushing the proverbial envelope, as they get ready for their biggest year yet. Combined with their insane work ethic and inherent knack for creative expression, ‘Death To Genres’ has become a life motto, which has manifested itself into the already extraordinary career that is GTA.