In today’s saturated EDM market, originality is hard to come by, but Montreal producer Snails has managed to rise above the pack with a an unmistakable sound called “Vomitstep”. Having cut his teeth DJing in the local bass scene, Snails worked tirelessly in his small apartment to craft his own vision of dance music, combining trap rhythms, dirty bass lines and off-kilter sound design. His first tracks appeared online in 2012 on fledgling imprint Kannibalen Records. Success was not immediate, as the forward-thinking French Canadian’s sound was so different and weird. But slowly, audiences started listening, and DJs started noticing the awesome power behind “Vomitstep”. It wasn’t long before all the stars of the bass world came calling for collaborations with the innovative producer. In 2014, Snails started gaining serious traction in the industry, releasing “Wild” and “Pump This” and making his first US concert appearances. Fans and promoters quickly noticed that not only could Snails churn out massive tracks in the studio, he could also rock a party like no one else. It was only natural that in 2015, the stages grew bigger as Snails threw down acclaimed sets at festivals like EDC Las Vegas, Ultra and Electric Forest. Snails further made his mark by collaborating with Jack U for “Holla Out” and putting out monster singles like “King Is Back”. In early 2016, Snails truly conquered North America on the massive “Enter Slugz City” Tour which saw the bass prodigy sell out major concert halls across the continent. He also solidified his presence as an unmissable festival act with widely acclaimed sets at Coachella, Lollapalooza and Ultra. With an insane summer festival run, followed by co-headline fall dates with Borgore on the Safe In Sound tour, and recent collabs with Pegboard Nerds and Flux Pavilion, Snails is continuing on his path to becoming one of the top dance artists of this generation; all while pushing his own unique sound.