2022 Award Nominee

About The Artist

Located in Chilliwack

“Building himself a solid fan base ever since releasing his popular bootleg of Zhu’s Faded, Elazion has worked hard to keep this momentum going with a steady flow of original releases on reputable labels like One Seven Music, Storm Music, Glorie Generation, Westwood X, G-Mafia, Phunk Junk, and Emengy Deep.

Elazion crafts his tracks thoughtfully with the goal of moving his listeners from emotionally-driving breakdowns into high-energy drops, almost like a cinematic experience. You might expect to hear a skillful blend of soft, airy pads with distorted saw leads, thumpy basslines, gritty basses, or even an unexpected saxophone lead. Using sounds that appeal to a wide range of tastes, his releases have earned impressive play counts online racking up over 1 Million plays on Spotify as well as multiple Beatport Top 10 Releases and #1’s and multiple iTunes Dance Top 10’s. His records have been featured on Spotify Editorial playlists like Friday Cratediggers, New Music Friday Sweden, and Beats of Tomorrow.

Elazion started 2021 with his debut EP “Lost” on Emengy Deep which went #1 in 2 genres on Beatport. Following this up with his biggest release to date on One Seven Music, “Overdose” with Brent Betit exploded on Spotify racking up over 500,000 streams, and was supported by Austin Kramer. His single “Good With the Bad” with Foldes out on Storm Music also cracked 500,000 streams and received support from Keanu Silva, Lukas, and Mark Bale as well as Spotify Editorial playlists New Music Friday Sweden and Beats of Tomorrow, and Spinnin Records playlists Deep House Hits and New Dance Music Friday. It also climbed to the top of the Brazilian iTunes Dance charts, landing at #2 and #96 Overall on Brazilian iTunes, #39 on Australian iTunes Dance, #6 on Sweden iTunes Dance, and #28 Overall. He returns with his latest “”One Step Closer”” with George Sunday on Black Hole Recordings sub label Gameroom Records.

With more singles and EPs en route, Elazion shows no signs of slowing down as he continues to refine his signature sound and rise as a musical storyteller.”