British production duo Bondax makes slick, house-inspired electronic dance music that bears all the markings of your favorite club classics yet somehow defies categorization. Regardless of what you want to call their body-rocking tracks – future garage, deep house, or just plain old EDM – the effect that sultry, syncopated jams like “All I See” and “Gold” have on audiences is the same: nonstop dancing that lasts late into the night. Bondax adds a drummer to the mix at their live performances, and their beat-heavy sets always get fans moving with a sweat-inducing combination of original tracks and cutting-edge remixes. They’ve worked their magic at festivals across Europe, and stateside fans won’t want to miss them as they bring the party to the US.
Bondax is comprised of producers Adam Kaye and George Tonwsend, two former classmates who started making music together while attending Queen Elizabeth School in Kirby Lonsdale, England. They began releasing tracks online in 2011, generating major buzz with genre-defying singles like “Just Smile for Me” and “Baby I Got This”. In 2013 they released the Gold EP, impressing critics and landing themselves on major festival bills across Europe including Bestival and Creamfields. With anticipation for their debut full-length reaching fever pitch the pair was poised for a major breakthrough, but they suffered a major setback in early 2014 when a laptop containing most of their debut album was stolen after a gig in Bulgaria. Despite the blow the pair managed to come out on top, releasing their most successful single to date “All I See” just a few months later. Since then they’ve continued to impress as excitement builds among fans for their long-awaited full-length debut album.