TOUR Dates

18 May 2018

Electric Daisy Carnival

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA




Twenty year-old Jace Mek is unconventional, as reflected in his musical exchange. His career commenced with two releases on Main Course Records, ‘Wuki - Same Damn Sound (Jace Mek Remix)’ and ‘Astronomar - Thot Process (Jace Mek Remix)’. followed by “Peyote” in collaboration with BIGGS, released on Steve Aoki’s imprint Dim Mak as part of their latest project New Noise. A second track was released through Dim Mak titled 'Flip The Funk' a few months later. Early 2016, Jace Mek released 'Whales' on Tchami's imprint 'Confession'. After being on a 3 month hiatus, Jace Mek came back strong with 'Understand' on Diplo's record label, 'Good Enuff'. On top of those pieces, Jace Mek has released several other tracks on 'Confession' such as 'It Said', and his remix for Tchami & Malaa's 'Prophecy'. He also received the opportunity to release an official remix for GTA & Vince Staples' original 'Little Bit of This' on Warner Bros. Music.

In March of 2017, Jace Mek joined Tchami and Mercer on the Prophecy tour for a few dates In Southern California.
Artists and record labels alike have vocalized the recognizable spirited and vibrant impression his tracks give off. From the Los Angeles area, Cesar honed his musical abilities with a mastery of percussion stemming from a seven-year background in drumming. Producing for four years has taken his music to the national stage as it has been broadcasted over radio for BBC Radio 1Extra, iHeart Radio, Dash Radio, and Rinse FM. Jace Mek has had exclusive releases through Do Androids Dance and has been written about by Thump, UKF, Your EDM, and Dancing Astronaut. Support has been customary from industry giants like Skrillex, Diplo, Tchami, Steve Aoki, Boys Noize, GTA, Mercer, Astronomar, and Wuki. Jace Mek covets the opportunity to bring his vision of unconventionality and savage drum patterns to the masses. His affinity towards the electronic genre, House, has led him to where he is now and will only propel him further in hopes of attracting an avant-garde following.