Dyro’s journey to the top has been fast and swift, marking him out as one of the biggest talents to emerge from an explosive new generation of artists. Solidifying his steps in history by becoming the youngest ever highest entry in the acclaimed DJ Mag Top 100 poll, remaining in the top 30 echelons of this prestigious list for three consecutive years. Starting out on an upward trajectory ever since his inaugural releases on Revealed Recordings, Dyro continuously crafted and developed his sound and personal tast es via darker and more experimental strains of electronic music. The launch of his solo imprint WOLV saw Dyro further hone his original take on driving bass lines and grittier sounds, to now be a welcomed guest as part of the STMPD RCRDS family. Being stripped of regular creative outlets this past year has pushed Dyro’s creativity into new and unexpected areas. Next to bulking the STMPD RCRDS catalogue with steady dance floor stompers ‘Mind The Grind’, ‘Warp Speed’, ‘Hella Dope’, ‘Bombai’ and his remix for Julian Calor’s ‘Moving Forward’, Dyro served a first slightly different taste of his already impressive arsenal of production skills on his remix for John K’s – ‘Happiness’. Coming off the bat with a strong message on his first release of 2021, a Dyro x Conro collaboration titled ‘Memory Bank’ – out May 21th on Monstercat, Dyro showcases he’s not only ready to keep stacking thrills up in the ‘Memory Bank’ but more importantly provide the soundtracks to them! While by now it’s no longer surprising that Dyro headlines sold out shows the world over and boasts an exceptional back catalogue overflowing with quality, it’s clear however the best is yet to come for this talented Dutchman.