Taking early influences from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Frank Sinatra, and The Beatles, while introducing classical training across the violin, drums, and keyboard, the Matroda sound is well rounded and multifaceted. Since bursting onto the scene, Matroda has taken the world by storm with his unique approach to bass house music which incorporates industrial sonics and surgical sound design.


His first career remix of SNBRN’s “California” with Chris Lake proved an electric festival vibe-chaser gaining support from Diplo, Calvin Harris, and Major Lazer. Hitting the #2 spot on Beatport’s main chart upon its entrance and #1 on its house charts, it was a no-brainer that the rework polled in at #5 on SiriusXM’s 2015 songs of the year. Since then, Matroda has toured the world and released three EPs: Shut It Down (Monstercat), BO$$ / Back To The Basics (Dim Mak) and Unfinished Business in addition to releases for Confession and Mad Decent. In 2019 Matroda has made waves around the world with The Red Tape album.


The songs are filled with avant-garde energy, built to move large festival crowds as well underground spaces. Matroda’s refined spin on old school house has won him support from DJ titans around the world, including Diplo, Tiesto, Dj Snake, Tchami, Don Diablo, Alison Wonderland and Martin Garrix.