After spending his teenage years making beats for various local hip-hop-constellations, Aron McFaul found his appreciation for dance music after attending numerous open-air parties in Gothenburg. In 2016 Aron released his debut EP on West Coast Recordings, co-founded by “Studio”-member, producer, and artist Dan Lissvik. The sound was described as Balearic dream-pop with a Manchester-vibe and was nominated by Swedish magazines Gaffa as “Swedish dance music of the year” and Nöjesguiden “Music of the year” as and had some airplay on Swedish National Radio and BBC via Little Dragon. Spending a large amount of time behind the decks around Swedish clubs, the follow-up EP “Animal Garden School” took some dancy steps towards the dancefloor with the track “Family Party” in the forefront. 2019 started with a two-track downtempo-single influenced by 80s dancehall, which was featured in Axel Boman’s latest Beats In Space-mix. This spring, Aron released the sunrise anthem “Trancing”. A melody-driven, arpeggiated synth-voice, dance song.