Having been sent stems to BT's track 'The War', entrants had to create a remix using Stutter Edit 2. The pair's electrifying synth remix of 'The War' was a standout for US producer BT who was judging the contest. Wayfloe's work saw them crowned champions, which gets them iZotope's Music Production Suite 3, a copy of Stutter Edit 2, a one-year subscription of Splice Sounds, a video call with BT and a mix released on BT's Black Hole Recordings.
Wayfloe's career shot into action at îleSoniq Music Festival in Montreal in 2015. Among their back catalogue are hypnotic, synth-heavy tunes, 'Fractions' with Jessie Frye being one of them. Then there's the glowing 'Let Me Show You Love' and synth-winding 'Feel Again' with Rhea Raj.
They released their debut album 'Neon West' in 2019 and have their follow-up LP, 'Celestials', arriving at the start of 2021. You can expect the first track from that this autumn, so keep your eyes peeled.
With BT's nod of approval and a remix of his track under their belt, Wayfloe's career will no doubt stay on the ascent.
Check out their remix of BT's 'The War' below.