RΔL

RΔL “aka” Jesus Martinez hails from Seville, Spain. Jesus started producing dance music at the age of 12 and by the time he was 16, Jesus and his best friend started the Spanish duo, Dubsidia. Their stage performance and ground-shaking tracks have left audiences breathless across Europe, North America, Australia, and South Africa repeatedly, and aired on BBC Radio 1 and Ministry of Sound many times, leaving their mark wherever their music was being played.

The duo has full support from highly respected artists such as: Skrillex, Excision, Borgore, and many more well known names. Dubsidia had open projects with various talent such as: Moby, Rico Tubbs, DJ Qbert, Korn's frontman; Jonathan Davis, Sluggo, and a remix of Bomfunk MC’s “Freestyler” via Sony Finland. The talented pair officially separated in 2015 and Jesus started producing with his new alias; RΔL. And while most of Dubsidia's collaborative projects have been shelved, RΔL continued making fresh and unique beats.

RΔL released his debut EP, "Lifestream", via Gramatik's imprint in early 2016, and dropped his second EP, "Perspective", with Lowtemp on March 3rd 2017, while releasing an official "Of Course I Still Love You" remix for Champagne Drip altogether; which aired on Diplo and Friends Radio Mix via BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, June 4th 2017. 

Now at the age of 24, RΔL released his third EP, "Simple Things", via Lowtemp on June 1st 2018, featuring Colorado native and Insomniac Events' Bassrush emcee, MC Dino. The title track "Simple Things" came in #6 for "Best Bass Tracks of May 2018" via Magnetic Magazine. 

RΔL is professionally managed by Enhanced Nightlife, for further inquiries, please contact mgmt@enhancednightlife.com

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