19-year-old musician, singer, DJ, and producer Brooks Brown broke onto the music scene in 2015 with the independent release of his debut EP, Sidetracked. The album’s dreamy, future-bass-infused single “Sidetracked” featured EDM up and comer Madi, and went on to be featured in Complex, Earmilk, MTV’s “Real World,” E!’s “Total Divas,” and more.
More recently, Brown joined forces with Nashville's electronic pop duo Truitt to release the somber electronic anthem, "No Service.”
Brown has performed DJ sets in venues around the US, sharing the stage with acts like Riff Raff, Walk the Moon, Paper Diamond, The Griswolds, Alison Wonderland, and more. He has performed at music festivals including Dancefestopia, Stilldream Music Festival, and Germination Festival. In addition to DJing, Brown finds solidarity in musicianship and live performance.
Initially based in Kansas City, Brown made the move to Los Angeles in 2016 to attend the University of Southern California. He is currently a sophomore in the Music Industry program at the Thornton School of Music. In the past year, Brown endeavored to create a style of music that felt the most natural and authentic based on his inspirations.
Drawing from acts like Phoenix, Toro y Moi, Mura Masa, and Calvin Harris, his sound embodies a new wave of Electronic/Indie Pop. Brown released a single entitled “Mistakes” alongside a music video on October 13, 2017.