Eighteen-year-old Ethan Snorek, best known as breakout electronic artist and producer Whethan, captured critical and public attention after his innovative tracks began streaming in the millions on Soundcloud in 2016. In the intervening year and a half, Whethan has established himself as a one of the hottest up-and-coming producers and released a collaboration with Dua Lipa, “High” (on the “Fifty Shades Freed” soundtrack) “love gang” (ft. Charli XCX), “Savage” (ft. Flux Pavilion & MAX), and “Good Nights” (ft. Mascolo) (namesake of the 2018 42-city “Good Nights” North American headline tour). The Chicago-born, Los Angeles-based producer has toured arena stages supporting The Chainsmokers and stood out as a solo performer during festival appearances at Lollapalooza, Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, as well as at Coachella’s DoLab & Heineken House. This spring, Whethan will wrap the European leg of the “Good Nights” tour (this time co-headlining with Louis the Child) to return to the Coachella stage.
Manila Killa began in late 2009 as an artist who was interested in dance music and the culture that lied beneath it. Since then, he has grown to learn the ways of producing and performing dance music for crowds in the US as well as his homeland, Manila in the Philippines. His passion for music as a whole has prepared him to understand what people want to hear in any kind of setting, as his diverse track roster has proved him worthy of understanding many genres of dance music. His move to the Philippines in 2009 transformed his views on the culture, as an influx of so many different genres were presented to him by friends and other artists alike. This has shaped the way he views dance music today, and will pave the way to his future musical endeavors