Rising bass producer Hairitage, hailing from Canada, is quickly being recognized by his peers and tastemakers for his unique sound & fine beard. The foundations of Hairitage go all the way back to high school, where as a teen, his siblings all quit their sports teams. In a last ditch effort to give them a hobby, his parents gave them all instruments and started a band. The band fizzled out, but the love of music stayed.
In 2015, Aaron LeClair kicked off the Hairitage brand by winning an Ultra Records remix competition hosted by Autograf. He has since honed his craft with a variety of strong performing EP releases with Never Say Die, Subsidia, Kannibalen Records, and several others.
This collection of projects displayed his breadth of style with a mixture of intense and colorful compositions. Aaron's past releases such as “The Movement,” “40 Cal,” “Hustle,” and “Hypnosis” have made a splash in the bass music world. Hairitage’s recent projects have been supported by some of the biggest names in EDM such as Excision, Black Tiger Sex Machine, The Chainsmokers, Shaq, Skrillex, and many more.
Easy to spot behind the decks, Hairitage brings a fresh perspective on bass music to every set he plays. More recently, Hairitage has left us speechless with his powerful Lost Lands performance and Wax Gibbons EP on Kannibalen. Recent collaborations include “Hypnosis” with Excision and “Cheatcode” with Black Tiger Sex Machine, with more on the way including his already announced collaboration with Shaq coming later this year. The future looks bright for Hairitage, as he just completed the Black Tiger Sex Machine “Once Upon A Time In Cyberworld” tour and has moved on to a full roster of festivals this summer.