Ace Aura at Elan Savannah (Sat, June 5th)
Time & Location
About The Event
Elan Savannah presents
LVNLIFE + TBD
This event is 18 and up.
Must show photo ID at the door.
Sections on either side of the stage are sold as VIP Seating, giving comfortable access right next to the artist and extra security.
The remainder of the venue is general admission standing room.
Ace Aura bio:
Eric Seall –better known by his stage name Ace Aura– is an American bass music producer and DJ, best known for his heavy, chord-driven take on dubstep (often referred to as “melodic/future riddim”). He has received a great degree of attention in recent months for his unique style, garnering support from the likes of Zomboy, NGHTMRE & SLANDER, Steve Aoki, Zeds Dead, Subtronics, Ookay, 12th Planet, Flux Pavilion, Borgore and many more.
Seall grew up in a Protestant household in McKinney, TX (an exurb of Dallas) and grew to be a passionate Christian at a young age. He began producing and uploading faith-influenced EDM songs to YouTube under the name “Ace Aura” in 2012 and has unashamedly continued down that same path ever since.
It wasn’t long before Ace Aura started being recognized in a more serious capacity, landing releases on labels like Ninety9Lives and Most Addictive. Seall’s innovative take on the Excision-supported “Wait for Me” by Chime caught the attention of the colour bass mastermind himself and marked the beginning of a professional relationship and friendship between the two, which has continued to this day.
2019 came as Seall’s defining breakout year, highlighted by releases on Disciple and Circus Records, and collaborations with Chime (“Interdimensional”) and Oolacile (“Stars”), as well as his first Beatport top 10 (“Coma”), a headline show in Seattle and a coveted opening slot at SVDDEN DEATH’s sold out debut at the Ogden Theater (Denver, CO).
In spite of the raging COVID-19 pandemic (and with it, the cancellation of Seall’s first North American tour), 2020 was able to be yet another monumental year for Ace Aura. Seall released two different concept EPs in 2020 (Comatose on Circus Records and reset_environment on Disciple Round Table), the first of which spawned the surprise hit “Self-Love” with Trinergy (which was supported by a massive load of DJs; everyone from Tokyo Machine to JVNA to Laidback Luke). Seall was even able to make up for his canceled spring tour by doing several drive-in gigs with Subtronics toward the end of the year.
2020 also saw the release of “Noddin’” with Millennial Trash, which was featured on three different Spotify editorial playlists (Dubstep Don, Bass Arcade and Friday Cratediggers), allowing the track to surpass 400,000 plays on the platform by the year’s end. Other notable Ace Aura releases from 2020 include his Disciple Afterlife contribution “Rise” (which reached #5 on Beatport's dubstep chart), “Sum Buddy” (with Never Say Die mainstay Dr. Ozi), “Waiting” (released on Buygore’s Royal Blood album alongside such artists as Borgore, T-Wayne, Code:Pandorum and Hekler) and a remix of Riot Ten & Whales’ “Save You” on Dim Mak.
Ace Aura is gearing up for yet another year of mindblowing releases in 2021, kicking off with his debut Monstercat release “Stay” with TYNAN (production credits with Marshmello, Jauz, Kayzo, 1788-L, Kompany and Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire). With collaborations with bass music titans Subtronics and Crankdat already confirmed, it’s fair to say that Ace Aura won’t be slowing down any time soon.