Orlando, Florida native Dead Space (the alias of Steven Brantley), has managed to build his music career from the ground up in just a short period of time and is becoming an act that refuses to be ignored. From tech-house to techno, and a fusion of everything in between, Dead Space’s unique sound has been catching the ears of numerous individuals around the dance community. From releasing on over fifteen influential dance music labels (including Toolroom, Glasgow Underground, Great Stuff, Audiophile, New Violence, & Armada Subjekt), to garnering support from some of the industry’s most influential artists (Claude Von Stroke, Chus & Ceballos, Mark Knight, Pasquele Rotella, Chris Fortier, Loco Jam & more), and landing top placement on multiple music distribution sites (charting on Beatport, Spotify, and Traxsource); Dead Space is undoubtingly beginning to make serious waves within the dance music scene.

Furthermore, when it comes to expressing his passion for the music that he creates and the culture that surrounds it, Dead Space keeps it about as real as it gets. In an interview with Insomniac Events, Steven mentions, “For the dance culture, it always weeds itself out and the trend followers and clueless cats will always move on and the ones who truly love the music will always keep listening to techno or other forms of actual dance music. I say it that way because there is a difference between “jumping” and actually “dancing” (Insomniac). Dead Space plans on giving people something to dance about for some time to come.