Saturday April 2_2022 @ The Waverley Hote
Canadian DJ/ Producer Steve Robertson, professionally known as Neon Steve, has curated a unique style and gained an impressive following of fans over the past decade.In the studio by day, Steve demonstrates his unending creativity through the production of forward-thinking House Music. In the club by night, his DJ sets are best described as predictably unpredictable. Music is delivered in a high energy and fast paced flow, with clever edits and segues throughout. Finding balance between staying true to his affinity for creating weird music, yet staying current and relatable to a broad range of fans has always been a top priority.Between original work and remixes, his productions have earned release on taste making imprints such as: Spinnin Records, Insomniac, Mad Decent, Fools Gold,In/Rotation, Confession, Prescription, Punks and Bingo. He has been the top choice for features on remix EPs from some of dance music’s biggest names, including: ZedsDead, Grand theft, Keys N Krates, Excision, DJ Zinc and The Stanton Warriors, among others.Steve’s 2017 collaboration with Marten Hørger, titled “You Don’t” gained world wide acclaim from both fans and DJ’s alike, ultimately getting signed to Tchami’s Confession label and being featured as “Tune Of The Month” in MixMag. This marked the beginning of Steve’s transition to House Music and has since released 3 more singles with Marten as well as collaborations with The Prescription record labels head honcho Dr. Fresch and Russia’s super duo, Volac. As a regular on the club and festival circuit at home in Western Canada, and 9 year resident of the Fractal Forest family at Shambhala Music Festival, Steve has also played at notable fests including: Burning Man, ADE, Break fest, Beat herder &Envision, and played in 15 countries worldwide.Demonstrating his wide array of musical talents and versatility, Steve’s chill mixtape series Plea sensations have become a much-anticipated fan favourite, collectively earning over a million plays. In 2019 he decided to bring his side project to the stage and made his very successful debut at Shambhala Music Festival.Having spent the better part of his career dancing between genres, his recent shift off ocus towards House Music is clearly the right decision as he has quickly worked his way into the top 20 selling Bass House artists on Beatport worldwide, and been featured in some of Spotify’s biggest House Music playlists.Loaded with an arsenal of originals, collaborations and remixes lined up for release in the coming months, 2022 is looking to be yet another big year for Neon Steve.