London future bass artist Duskus may only still be the tender age of 21, but his career is moving at a dynamic pace. An extremely talented producer who is known for his almost ethereal synth patterns, thickly layered, immersive basslines and distinctive chopped vocal style; he first began turn heads after impressing bitbird boss San Holo.
Releasing on the label as their first signed artist four years ago, Duskus dropped singles including ‘Know Why’ and ‘On My Own,’ immediately delighting with his distinctive energy.
Duskus quickly felt compelled to have his own platform to release music on, and in 2015 he founded his own imprint Kaleido alongside Monstercat signing Subtact. With a solid fan base growing rapidly, he released ‘Wudatrip,’ which is without a doubt one of his biggest successes with 2.5 M SoundCloud streams and 900,000 on Spotify.
Counting support from artists like Marshmello, Illenium, Hardwell, Don Diablo and of course San Holo, who he is supporting on a major forthcoming USA tour, Duskus has a catalogue of early releases with SoundCloud collectives Daruma and Elysian Records and across Monstercat, Alpha Pup, Pete Tong’s Deux Trois and Buygore.
Following on from this year’s collaboration with Graves and Joni Payne on ‘Easy,’ Duskus released his debut EP ‘cute’ on bitbird. Considered something of a turning point in his illustrious career, the UK producer is marking a shift away from his previous sounds. Now bridging the gap between UK, specifically London, and American bass music, he blends lo-fi house and future beats interspersed with his brand of vocal chops in a truly unique way - ‘Take Me Home’ from the EP went straight into the Spotify Viral US Top 50.
Duskus is primed with a slew of fresh original material to bring to the world in 2018 and beyond, many of which are breathtakingly cinematic cuts laced with his very special blend of electronic finishes.