The young DJ and producer Lahox was born on the 6th of June, 1990 in San Sebastián. He grew up in a small village in Mallorca, Spain, where he started his career in the music world.
Now when he is 24 years old, he can be proud of having worked for some of the most important labels in this industry, such as Kontor Records, Cr2 Records, Juicy Music, Pacha Recordings or Blanco & Negro Music, among others.
His collaboration with JP Candela, called “How to Be Free” was chosen by the magazine DMC Buzz Chart as one of the best songs in Ibiza, and it was included in the annual compilation “Pacha Ibiza 2011”. Thanks to the success of this hit, he got the chance to remix the last single by DJ Sammy “Look for Love”, which reached the top 100 of iTunes Spain the same week it was released.
Some months later, his debut with Juicy Music came, where he released his work “Munich”, which is supported by great names in electronic music scene. In addition, it was included in some compilations such as “The Whole Nine Yards 2” by First State or “Juicy Music Volume 5” by Robbie Rivera.
In 2013, Lahox started the year remixing one of the most popular artists, MAKJ and his track “Conchy”, also edited in Juicy Music. A short time after releasing the remix, he release his single “Feel” by one of the biggest labels, Cr2 Records. This song was included in their well- known compilation ‘Cr2 Live & Direct’. It also appeared in the magazine “DMC’s Buzz Chart” twice.
At the beginning of 2014 he released the remix that leaded him to be played and known worldwide. We are talking about “What to Do Now”, featuring Robbie Rivera, which was premiered in Sirius XM. It reached number 12 in Beatport Chart and it was included in the Dance Chart of the prestigious magazine Billboard a few weeks later.
In July, he released a remix featuring Aron Scott for a legend of the house music, Ron Caroll. It was edited by Monochrome Music and broadcast for the first time on FG Radio. It has been one of the most important works to be remarked in this young artist’s career.
His releases have been supported by many names in dance scene, such as Armin Van Buuren, Tiësto, David Guetta, Nicky Romero, Dash Berlin, Axwell, Tommy Trash, Arty, Laidback Luke, Blasterjaxx, Stafford Brothers, Thomas Gold, Deniz Koyu, Arno Cost, Antoine Clamaran, Dyro, Eddie Halliwell, Paul Oakenfold, Starkillers, David Tort, among others.
Lahox was introduced as one the artists to be kept in mind in ‘Hereafter of the Vicious Magazine’. This young Majorcan Dj is the present and the future of the international dance scene and one of the artists to follow in 2015.
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