Shaped by his passionate, honest perspective of the world around him and pure musical prowess at his fingertips, So Sus writes music for when it’s okay not to be okay. With his signature sound at the intersection of wave, future bass, and trap, So Sus bridges emotive sonic elements with hard-hitting components for a maximal listening experience. Touched with beauty and just a drop of melancholy, So Sus delivers a trademark sound that comes directly from his soul and the production of each new song proves to be a cathartic experience for the producer. In addition to his unique blend of styles across the genre spectrum, So Sus is drawn to the voice as not only an instrument, but a concept as well. It’s the reason behind the name for his debut Voices EP and why he succeeds in using the voice in unexpected ways in his music. With all of his production techniques combined, the end result is something that feels real, emotional, and even therapeutic.
Since his debut in 2016, So Sus has released his stimulating sounds on bass music’s most notable labels, including Bitbird, Circus, Jadu Dala, Parametric Records, and Alter/Ego — he’s also been recognized by key voices in the scene such as Run The Trap, EARMILK, and FUXWITHIT. Singles like “Yandere” and “Hollow” have accumulated hundreds of thousands of streams across Spotify and SoundCloud and have become staples in the live sets of dance music’s power players. In 2021, So Sus’ debut Voices EP was even nominated for Dance Recording of the Year by The Juno Awards in Canada as well as Electronic Artist of the year at the Western Canada Music Awards. The sounds of So Sus can be heard on radio stations around the world, including the UK’s BBC, Australia’s Triple J, and South Africa’s 5FM — last year, So Sus even joined #BANGUERS with Benzi for a guest mix on Diplo’s Revolution on Sirius XM. With spins from some of the world’s biggest DJs such as Skrillex, Alison Wonderland, The Chainsmokers, Zeds Dead, and more, So Sus’ catalog has become a worldwide sensation. As an artist, So Sus is more than just aspirational in his own career — he aspires to make a difference for the community around him and for those following in his footsteps. No matter the clout or followers behind a new artist, So Sus puts on for good music at every level of the totem pole and uses his voice and platform to uplift his peers. It’s no wonder So Sus has touched the hearts of both artists and listeners alike — his genuine talent goes hand-in-hand with a genuine heart.