Low Steppa is without doubt one of the most vital and influential house music artists of the present day. A top ten selling artist on Beatport, he has released on a some of the most well-respected labels around, including Defected, Armada, Strictly Rhythm alongside his own Simma Black, a label that has helped launched the careers of many of his contemporaries. With a unique sound, an infectious energy behind the decks and a ferocious work ethic, Low Steppa is a singularly talented artist who lives and breathes house music.
Over the last few years, Low Steppa has made a sizeable contribution to the house music canon with a run of singles of the utmost quality. Notable productions include the massive ‘Heard It All Before’ and ‘Runnin’ on Armada – both of which are currently sitting on streams of many millions – and his debut with the Defected Records, ‘You’re My Life’, which has capped an incredible few years working closely with the label, as he has become a regular fixture at their parties in London, Ibiza, Croatia and worldwide. Further highlights include his all-conquering remix of Sonny Fodera ‘Always Gonna Be’, reworks of Hardrive’s ‘Deep Inside’ and Roger Sanchez’s ‘This Feeling, both of which were picked up by legendary dance label Strictly Rhythm.
One of the many successes of Low Steppa’s career to date has been Simma Black – a label that has risen through the ranks to be one of the most respected imprints around, regularly dominating the Beatport and Traxsource charts with singles from a wide variety of acclaimed producers and rising stars in the making.
Outside of the studio, Low Steppa regularly performs at landmark gigs around the world, with recent appearances at Radio 1’s Big Weekend and EDC Las Vegas in addition to US tours and multiple residencies in Ibiza, Defected In The House not least among them. Recently Low Steppa also launched his own Boiling Point event series, with sold-out shows in both Manchester and Birmingham and a Boiling Point Radio series.
This year sees further releases with Defected, Armada and of course Simma Black along with gigs across the UK, Europe and US. If you’re not yet on board the Low Steppa express, it’s time to get yourself a ticket.