Andy C’s career has been nothing short of a phenomenon. An underground icon, he sold out both Wembley Arena in a few days, and a second 13 week residency at one of London’s most iconic contemporary clubs, XOYO, in less than 2 hours. He’s collected over 40 awards to date, with 2018 plaudits including DJ Mag (Best British DJ), DNBA (Best DJ), Top 100 DJs Poll (Highest Drum & Bass DJ), and the Ibiza DJ Awards (Best Bass DJ).
Prior to Wembley Arena in November 2018, where Andy’s event was the venue’s first all night licence, he sold out Alexandra Palace and Brixton Academy (twice) with his own solo shows. Still one of the hardest working DJs on the circuit, Andy regularly plays headline slots at the world’s greatest festivals including Creamfields, Glastonbury, EDC, Boomtown, and SW4. He continues to take his genre to new shores across the globe.
Outside of DJing, Andy’s released a string of phenomenal crossover anthems such as ‘Heartbeat Loud’ and club records like ‘New Era’. The latest example of the latter is ‘Till Dawn’, a phenomenal non-vocal cut that’s gained praise from Annie Mac at Radio 1, UKF, Mixmag, Resident Advisor, and beyond. ‘Till Dawn’ is the first of several new releases due throughout 2019.
A reputation as one of the most significant British artists in global dance music has been hard earned, but it’s hard to place the tipping points. Was it his performance at Radio 1’s Hackney weekend in 2012, where his set was watched online by more people than either Jay Z or Rihanna? When he performed to 85,000 people at Glastonbury in 2013? When he sold out Brixton Academy in 10 minutes 2015, Alexandra Palace in 2016, or Wembley Arena in 2018?
Andy’s main signature motif as a DJ is that he’s guaranteed to be packing tracks that no other DJ has. Hunting, digging, searching and signing: he is constantly immersed in new music. Not only does this ensure a wholly unique experience when you see him live, but it also gives Ram Records a front row seat when it comes to spotting new artists.