Is there a CD wallet in the land which doesn’t have one of Will Bailey’s bullets stashed away? Some of the most influential DJ/producers around the world are currently trumpeting Will’s impressive production skills, and dancefloors from London to L.A have been destroyed by his explosive sets – featuring grimy electro house, techno touches and surprise drops of cross-genre killer tracks. Re-inventing himself more times than Madonna, Will’s many aliases (including the in-your-face Twocker, techno beast Rudi Stakker and fidget force Bass Weazal) have been causing a rukus on the airwaves. Props have been coming in thick and fast from across the DJ spectrum: Diplo, Jack Beats, Crookers, Pete Tong, Armand Van Helden, Wolfgang Gartner, Judge Jules, JFK [MSTRKRFT], and Fatboy Slim have all recognised Will Bailey’s talents.
Behind the decks Will has a presence that’s hard to ignore. Delivering sets which get straight to the point, he has audiences eating out of his hand before the first mix. With a huge U.S fanbase, he has already conquered the Burning Man Festival in the Nevada desert, the Electric Daisy Carnival, Kosmic and Atlantis festivals in L.A plus a string of gigs in Chicago, Buffalo, Seattle, Denver, San Francisco and many more. In the UK, Will has smashed all the best parties: Sankeys in Manchester, Gatecrasher, The Gallery at Ministry of Sound and Stealth in Nottingham to mention just a few. With gigs as varied as Womb in Tokyo and Judgement Sundays and the world’s biggest club venue, Privilege in Ibiza, plus forthcoming Australia and Asia tours his schedule remains hectic as ever. Will Bailey is in demand – and rightly so.
Emmanuel Béjar has his first contact with Hip Hop music, where soon becomes the favorite beatmaker of Seville Mc’s. His interest in music doesn’t stop there and combines his work as a producer and sound engineer recording demos and mixtures to anyone who wanted to drop a rhyme. Is his love of electronic music that makes he go deeper into the world of Dubstep and from 2010 began to be distinguished with his productions, which are supported by the whole scene of Seville. His bootlegs got fame and name like Nero and Skrillex are revisited, giving the Poisound’s stroke that make them so different.
In 2011 released his first music video preview of his work with Eseneka ” Zombies” being one of the pioneers in linking the dustup with rap in Spain. It wasn’t until the end of the year when his remix of the famous theme ”Internet Friends” reached the top on everywhere and he began to be known on the worldwide receiving support from the ones Knife Party and other greats such as Excision, Ajapai, Xkore, Bro Safari, Will Bailey.
Poisound begins to form part of Breaking Bass, a collective Seville in January 2012 to consolidate his reputation in this city. His works and remixes not stopped receiving support from other international artists; Dirtyloud dropping his remix to ”Make it bun deem” Skrillex or the inventors of moombahton genre Nadastrom dropping the original mix ” Bullfighter” in one of the Bassmusic top festivals, Ultra Music Festival. Important blonds and youtube channels continue promoting his tracks.>
The summer of 2012 Poisound is party of a side project, The Streets Are Ovrs, compose the group he and Fernando Sancho. They will work together as producing and djing in parties and they released their first called ” Yov Svck” EP in Rottun Records. Still Poisound kept on working on his solo career taking root other genres like Moombahton and Trap, and whose sounds draws attention neither more nor les than the famous Dj Steve Aoki and Boss of the prestigious record label Dim Mak. In this will release his first single ”Blazin” with Will Bailey being the first producer from Spain to sign in this record label.