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Electro House, Progressive House

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The electrifying and dynamic duo of Serbsican has only begun to emerge onto the ever evolving international DJ/ Producer scene within the past year of their merger. With their in depth experience and dedicated attention to detail, they produce a variety of tracks, in which appease to many EDM genres. Serbsicans debut track, “Passport”, exploded with attention from the likes of Zedd, Ron Carroll, Porter Robinson, Miles Dyson, Mord Fustang, and most notably, Nicky Romero, as the track was fan voted number one on Nicky’s Protocol Radio for over two weeks! After the initial release of “Passport”, multiple record labels took immediate notice of this explosive track, and was eventually signed with Germany’s Plasmapool Records sub label TRXX.

Prior to the public release date, “Welcome to My World” featuring R.O.N.N. and Siren was featured on both Quintino’s SupersoniQ Radio and Promise Land’s Amazing Show #148. Also grabbing the attention of multiple fan bases, was the official remix of Eric Prydz’s track “Call On Me”. Serbsican has also played alongside Lazy Rich, Eddie Halliwell, Topher Jones, and Baggi Begovic just to name a few during the time of their merger. As their determination and passion to produce new and unique tracks never ends, be sure to stay connected to Serbsican for upcoming music and shows!

Born in St. Louis, Emilio Hernandez started djing at the age of 18. Influenced by Chicago house, his producing talent reflects that, making some of the grooviest beats around. With tracks and remixes in Collaboration with Chicago House Legend Ron Carroll, “World Summer”, “Twisted” and remix of the Bartosz Brenes hit “Back In Time” topped the house charts in 2012. With his broad range of musical talents, Emilio became the lead singer in late 2000 to the band “Nothing Still”, where he still works with his band making some rocking sounds. His incredible bass lines and production skills really bring out the beat in Serbsican’s tracks!

Also born in St Louis, Andrija Divac, or his dj name Protege, started djing in 1999 with some of the biggest names in the St.Louis dance scene. Opening for some big name acts in early 2000, Protege made a name for himself. At the club, you can hear anything from trance to electro as Protege is influenced by a lot of different genres, but his energy in the booth is what keeps you going. In Late 2010, he started his production career, and released his first track “Escape” in 2011, and then “Planet” in 2012. With Trance influence, his melodic style brings a different aspect to the Serbsican vibe!

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