Schoolboy, has quickly established his name in the EDM world after releasing his massive remix of SHM & Knife Party’s “Antidote” which has received an incredible amount of support from Knife Party, who has played the remix at every major festival around the globe. Amidst all the hype, his highly anticipated EP “The Science Project” was released under Excision’s label (Rottun) in early 2012. The EP has 6 original bass driven tracks, most notably “Zombies Ate My Neighbours” which quickly climbed the beatport charts and swiftly became a fan favorite. Not only did his EP do well, but his remixes of “Why I Love You So” by Cassius (Kanye West/Jay Z), “Da Funk” by Daft Punk, and “Nation of Wusses” by Infected Mushroom (Dim Mak) among others, have gained major support from the likes of Koan Sound, Kill The Noise, Qulinez, Mord Fustang, Excision, Skism, Dirtyphonics, Steve Aoki, Zomboy, Dieselboy, and one of his earliest supporters of “Checkmate”…Skrillex, and the list goes on. Now with his highly awaited single “Aftershock” (Subhuman) on the verge of release, his popularity has supernovaed resulting in massive emissions of anticipation for his first music video release. Not only has Schoolboy been hard at work in the studio, he’s been touring and playing venues and festivals all over North America. In between shows he has been collaborating with fellow producer, James Egbert, on a 3-song EP expected to reach Earth in Fall 2012.