Nox Vahn first began his journey under the alias ‘Fairchild.’ His prior name might have a familiar ring to it, and that’s because Fairchild first burst onto the underground music scene in 2015 by catching the attention of internationally-acclaimed DJ and Grammy-nominated music producer, Kaskade, who began to release and support Fairchild’s music on his newly founded record label, Arkade.
The young, classically-trained musician was immediately recognized on a global scale as an exceptionally exciting electronic-music-producer to watch, promptly earning him support from a wide range of the biggest names in dance music history including Above & Beyond, Paul Oakenfold, Hernan Cattaneo, Sander Van Doorn, Henry Saiz, Lane 8, Eelke Kleijn, Jeremy Olander, and a nod from the “Pied Piper of Dance” himself, Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1.
Soon, word of the up-and-coming American artist made its way across the pond where he was picked up by London based record labels, Anjunadeep & Anjunabeats. The powerhouse sister-labels both went on to feature a total of 5 of the aspiring American’s productions as standout moments in their chart-topping and legendary compilation albums in Anjunadeep 9 & 10 and most recently, Anjunabeats vol. 14.
In early 2019, the musician announced a brand change, citing complications with the name ‘Fairchild’. In an open statement, he genuinely explained the struggles he’s had and reassured fans that the branding changes would have no impact on his sound or style, stating “I’m still making whatever music I would have made as Fairchild. It’s still me in the studio, only now, I have a new name and brand I can call my own. It’s something I 100% believe in and can feel confident operating in for years to come.”
The highly-anticipated alias reveal was met with excitement and interest from fans and industry professionals alike. When asked how he came up with the name, he mysteriously responded that he felt like ‘Nox Vahn’ chose him, and not the other way around.
He would go on to perform at some of the most legendary venues in the United States including Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, and the Brooklyn Mirage in New York; while supporting names like Kaskade, Above & Beyond, and Lane 8 on tour; and continuing to see highly successful releases on labels such as Kaskade’s Arkade, and London based powerhouse label, Anjunadeep.
Clearly, Nox has proven himself worthy of a seat at the underground table. He has vowed to continue to explore the depths of his mind and electronic music - and with his heavy progressive influence and signature dark sound, he will continue to win the hearts and minds of people around the world - a shining beacon calling out to all of those who will listen ?
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