Volta Bureau (DJ Set)
Volta Bureau has had much success since their inception in 2011; most notably with the release of their sophomore single "Alley Cat" which stayed within the Beatport Indie Dance top 100 for over a year. Volta Bureau's recent work includes a remix for Icona Pop's "I Love It," noted by MTVHive as "noir techno for fans of upbeat funk," a partnership with Gotta Dance Dirty in the release of "On Your Own," and their August release, "Hot," now available on iTunes.
Nordstrom grew up in Virginia on the other side of the Washington beltway where skateboarding provided a contact point with punk, metal and hip-hop. In the late ‘90s, he swapped the skateboard for turntables and switched his college major from psychology to audio engineering. Soon, Nordstrom was the resident engineer for esteemed D.C. house heroes Deep Dish and piloting recording sessions with the likes of Stevie Nicks and P. Diddy, even scoring a Grammy nod along the way.
When Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom came together in 2007, the chemistry was instant and the music was colossal. The group signed to Switch’s Dubsided label where their debut debut EP, “Pussy,” immediately topped the charts on Beatport. Since then, Nadastrom have produced tracks for a slew of artists, including Kid Sister, and have done remixes for Kid Cudi, Benny Benassi, Christina Aguilera, Waka Flocka Flame, the Death Set and Alex Clare.
In 2010, the duo relocated from Washington to Los Angeles and hit the road, performing at the biggest festivals in dance music, including Australia’s Creamfields festival with Deadmau5, the Disco Biscuits’ Camp Bisco festival, Bass Island with Bassnectar, the Mad Decent Block Party with Major Lazer, the HARD Festival in Los Angeles with Ducksauce, Chromeo, BoysNoize and Odd Future, and with Skrillex and 12th Planet for more than 50 nights on the Mothership Tour.