Hailing from Los Angeles, Noizu is rapidly ascending the ranks of the house music scene. His introduction came in 2017 when he made his debut on the ‘HOWSLA’ compilation curated by Chris Lake and Skrillex, featuring his track “Lasers.” This caught the attention of French label impresario Tchami. His next release, the ‘Jungle EP,’ became an instant live anthem, gaining support from prominent DJs such as Diplo, Oliver Heldens, A-Trak, Jauz, Malaa, and more.
In 2018, Noizu continued his rise with singles like “LFO” and “Wavey,” which received significant airplay on Sirius XM’s Diplo Revolution channel, with “Wavey” amassing over 200 plays. His inaugural official remix was a request from DJ Snake himself to rework the Lauv featured hit, ‘A Different Way,’ boasting over 8 million Spotify streams to date.
Driven by a desire to take on the role of a label boss, Noizu founded Techne Records in the summer of 2018, with a vision to support club releases globally and provide a platform for emerging talent. Their debut release, a collaboration with Dombresky titled “Rave Alarm,” gained recognition as the “Hottest Record in the World” on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show and became a top 10 Aria club track in Australia, quickly turning into a festival anthem during the 2019 festival season.
Continuing the momentum into 2019, Noizu dropped the highly anticipated track “DANCE” on Chris Lake’s Black Book Records, receiving support from luminaries like FISHER, Chris Lake, Green Velvet, Claude VonStroke, and more.
Late in the summer, Techne Records released “Baby, Baby,” featuring vocals originally sung by Smokey Robinson. This track transformed the classic croon into a warm, tech-house smash, further expanding Noizu’s unique style.
In November 2019, Noizu headlined his largest show in Los Angeles to date, a sold-out event at Academy. The night concluded with a family set featuring fellow producers Wax Motif, Dombresky, Dillon Nathaniel, Born Dirty, and Westend, demonstrating the depth of Noizu’s fan base.
Although 2020 didn’t unfold as anticipated due to the pandemic, Noizu channeled his energy into the studio, producing tunes to maintain his momentum. Starting the year with the lively track “Elevate,” he set the tone for what lay ahead. “Summer 91,” driven by funky keys and a dancey bassline, burst onto the scene with excitement. Building on its success, Noizu released the club hit “Hands Up” with the legendary Fast Eddie and Martin Ikin on Black Book Records, reaching the #1 spot on the Beatport Tech House charts. “Summer 91” continued to receive widespread praise, including 700 radio plays worldwide and over 40 spins on BBC Radio 1. This track’s acclaim led to Noizu signing with major label RCA/Sony.
In 2021, Noizu rebranded “Summer 91” as “Summer 91 (Looking Back)” for RCA. The track debuted as Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record in the World” for the second time, rapidly climbing the Shazam top 100 and gaining support from Charlie Hedges at R1. It was instantly added to playlists on Kiss FM, Kiss Dance, and Capital Dance. If the rest of 2021 follows this promising trajectory, Noizu is poised for his most successful year in music yet.