Rapidly rising through the ranks of house and techno, Emery Warman is a name to keep your eye on over the next couple of years. With praise for his tracks from the likes of Marco Carola, Richie Hawtin, Paco Osuna, Stacey Pullen and Nicole Moudaber, thats a prediction that comes with a lot of heavyweight backing.
Born in Hungary, Emery moved to London and quickly set about making his mark on th..
Rapidly rising through the ranks of house and techno, Emery Warman is a name to keep your eye on over the next couple of years. With praise for his tracks from the likes of Richie Hawtin, Paco Osuna, Marco Carola, Stacey Pullen and Nicole Moudaber, thats a prediction that comes with a lot of heavyweight backing.
Born in Hungary, Emery moved to London and quickly set about making his mark on the capitals scene after cutting his teeth around Central and Eastern Europe. Soon playing regularly at the legendary Ministry of Sound and hosting his own London Beloved parties there, he released his first track in 2014.
The instant big-name support his first releases received took him by surprise, and set him on a fast-track to becoming a major contender. Marco Carola was one of the first to support his work, with other DJs from his Music On nights like Joseph Capriati and Leon soon giving their approval too.
His sound has a more sophisticated edge than todays common denominator tech house, maintaining the genres energy and intensity but wrapping it up in subtle textures, warm sounds and intricately constructed grooves. Its a style thats informed by his years grafting in the house and techno underground, with a real sense of heritage for the genres showing in his work.
Releases on labels including Lapsus Music, D-Floor, Deeperfect, Orion Muzik and The Room Records have proved immensely popular, with two Beatport Genre Chart Top 10s, a Top 100 Overall Chart entry and a slew of Genre Chart Top 100 placings to boot. His own burgeoning imprint NoExcuse Music goes from strength to strength too, uncovering many lesser-known talents and hidden gems along the way. Meanwhile his DJ diary continues to grow in stature, with key dates including Privilege Ibizas opening party and BalatonSound in Hungary
The likes of Stefano Noferini, Umek and Pirupa have also been playing his tracks extensively, and his current trajectory suggests that 2016 is going to be the year he really breaks through into the big leagues.