IVORY exploded onto the dubstep forefront with his project’s inception in 2015. The 2016 single release ‘Retro’ skyrocketed to the top of the Beatport charts, achieving the number one spot while garnering mass support from industry figureheads including Skrillex, Zomboy, and Borgore. His debut EP, ‘Hacked,’ drew the gaze of major league labels, earning him the first of many releases with NSD [Black Label] and a seat at the Disciple Round Table. Finishing off 2017 with his first international headline tour in Australia, IVORY’S notoriety quickly began to transcend geographical borders.
Spending countless studio hours perfecting his craft, IVORY’s exponential versatility found international acclaim. The overwhelming success of his 2018 sophomore work, ‘Next Level,’ incited accolades from leading electronic heavy-hitters Excision and NGHTMRE. IVORY continued to fuel this fire on stage, gracing renowned venues throughout Europe and commanding the decks on the Spag Heddy tour. Cementing his industry presence, he soon boasted a smoking arsenal of remixes for dubstep dons Herobust, Space Laces, and Dion Timmer. In 2019, IVORY reworked Gryffin and SLANDER’s “All You Need To Know,” boosting him further into the spotlight while he secured tour stops in China.
The turn of the decade further proved the immovable force behind the IVORY project. 2020 continued his Never Say Die residency with the cosmic ‘Dead Space’ EP, a heavy-hitting interstellar journey of thematic sound design. Arguably the most pivotal year for his discography, 2021 saw the artist join forces with Nitti Gritti and Shaquille O’Neal on the chart-topping single, ‘Moshpit.’ This song became a setlist essential for EDM’s biggest artists, certifying IVORY as a household name in electronic music. IVORY drove the destruction home, ending the year with the aggressively relentless 4-track EP, ‘Bleep Bloop.’
In recent success, IVORY’s name adorns both premiere labels and legendary lineups.
2022 unveiled his first Monstercat release, as he united with Dani King and Hammerhead to conjure drum and bass anthem ‘Bad For You.’ He demolished the stage at Rampage Open Air, and will return to Belgium for Tomorrowland 2023.
Looking ahead, the IVORY project is all gas, no brakes, armed with groundbreaking new releases, even bigger shows, and all of the bass.