Croatian raised producer Matroda is the epitome of electronic music’s fleeting existence. Welcoming house music in a unique way, with the aptly named ‘matrodasound’ given by his true fans, the studio sets no limits for this unique but incredibly celebrated artist. Taking early influences from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Frank Sinatra and The Beatles while introducing classical training across the violin, drums and keyboard, the Matroda sound has proven its highly desirable accomplishment around the world over recent years.
His first career remix of SNBRN’s ‘California’ with Chris Lake, proved an electric festival vibe-chaser gaining support from Diplo, Calvin Harris and Major Lazer, leading to further releases on Mad Decent, Confession and Monstercat. 2016 followed and he kicked off the year with the bass-house anthem “Chronic” that quickly gained support from the industry heavyweights like Martin Garrix, Dillon Francis, Porter Robinson, Knife Party, Deorro and Hardwell.
2019 saw Matroda dropping one of the album’s of the year and his biggest project to date- ‘THE RED TAPE’, with features from Kaleena Zanders, Dances With White Girls, taking out runner up for best album following AC Slater’s Hi8 at #1. Later in the year his collaboration with Wax Motif on ‘Lose Control’ acclaimed much support as well as ‘Walk In The Spot’– a true 2019 bass house anthem.
The same year saw the artist attain the 74th best producer spot on Tracklist1001’s renowned chart, following a string of Beatport #1’s and over one million monthly listeners on Spotify.
A new decade opened up and Matroda’s label Terminal Underground was born, releasing the first EP from himself titled Jack The House EP, while also selling out shows at Academy in Los Angeles, Vinyl in Denver, across a hectic tour schedule.
The Matrodasound is making a solid mark on electronic music enthusiasts around the world, proving the road is only just beginning for this young producer with a promising future ahead.