16 February 2019
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
13 March 2019
Los Angeles, CA, USA
1720 | DBL HLX TOUR
30 March 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Brooklyn Bowl | DBL HLX TOUR
Twenty One year-old Cesar Jauregui (Jace Mek) is unconventional, as reflected in his musical exchange. His career commenced with two remix releases on Main Course Records for Wuki and Astronomar. Soon after, he released ‘Peyote’ in collaboration with BIGGS, and ‘Flip The Funk’ on Steve Aoki’s imprint Dim Mak as part of their latest project New Noise. Early 2016 marked Jace Mek’s introduction to Tchami’s imprint ‘Confession’ with ‘Whales’. The release of 'Understand' on Diplo's record label, 'Good Enuff' gained huge support in late 2016. In 2017, Jace Mek released several other tracks on 'Confession' such as 'It Said’, ‘I Wanna’, with Habstrakt, and ‘Loose Mind’, with Asdek.
In March of 2017, Jace Mek joined Tchami and Mercer on the Prophecy tour for a few dates In Southern California.
In 2018 Jace Mek’s debut EP ‘Confusion’ was released on Confession. He followed that up with his collaboration ‘Why’ with Australian producer Wongo on Insomniac. In March he joined Tchami on the official Confession showcase afterparty in Miami after Ultra Music Festival. April of the same year proved to be unforgettable with the launch of his first international tour. The five date Australia Tour touched down at prestigious venues such as: The Met in Brisbane, Chinese Laundry in Sydney, and Electric Circus in Adelaide.
In May, he played 3 sets in 18 hours in Las Vegas over Electric Daisy Carnival weekend. The highlight was closing the Insomniac Records Stage on Day 1 of EDC.
Over the past few years, Jace Mek has officially remixed Tchami, Malaa, GTA & Vince Staples, Wongo, Airwolf, and 4B.
Artists and record labels alike have vocalized the recognizable spirited and vibrant impression his music invokes. From the Los Angeles area, Cesar honed his musical abilities with a mastery of percussion stemming from a seven-year background in drumming. Jace Mek covets the opportunity to bring his vision of unconventionality, weird sound design, and savage drum patterns to the masses.