Aulden Brown (Sobel Nation Radio) (USA)
A lifelong musician, Aulden began DJing in the late nineties crafting his own sound from progressive tribal, tech, and electro rhythms injected with inspired vocals and an indulgence of pop music, a blend that has come to define his true sound. His commitment and dedication to dance music and its culture brought him his first residency at Miami’s legendary afterhours, Pump. Over the next several years he honed his craft playing at Twist, The Rooftop, Crobar, Nikki Beach, Industry Afterhours, Bar 721, The Palace, Grass, Opium Garden, Level, and Liquid. He is now one of South Florida’s hottest DJ’s and can be heard regularly at Twist and The Rooftop at The Gansevoort. Aulden continues his weekly residency at Armani Exchange on South Beach, helping to brand the sound of AX for 10 years. Together with AX, he has become a staple of Miami’s Winter Music Conference. Fans and friends return every year to see what this world class DJ has to offer.
Aulden began producing and remixing in an effort to expand his creativity and share more of himself through music. In 2010 his track, And We Shall Rise, was released on Pearlicka Records and subsequently picked up on three compilations. Working together with Ricky Marconi, their debut remix as a duo (‘SneaXx’ by Dalyx) charted at #2. In 2011, the pair released, ‘Ahora Se Mueve’, and an epic remix of ‘Magic Carpet’, by The Khalife Project. Recently the team’s remix of ‘Don’t Be Afriad’, by Eddie The Gun, was selected as the winner of the remix contest sponsored by the well respected, Slanted Black Records. As a solo remixer, Brown also released his rendition of ‘Pure Love’, by Halo (Nick Harvey and Heather Leigh West). Slated for release release this summer are ‘1 Dance’, by Chad D, and ‘Don’t Come Lookin’, by Ryan W. Aulden’s releases can be found on Beatport and iTunes as well as other music outlets. Be on the lookout for this rising star.