In recent years, Ireland has been a frequent source of talented young producers, and Pagan is no exception to that rule.
The Dublin based musician’s career is only just beginning, but a productive year in the studio has helped him catch the ear of some of dance music’s biggest names, with the likes of DJ Boring, Asquith, and X-Coast playing his music in livestreams and radio shows during 2020.
In 2019 the artist was nominated for the AVA emerging producer of the year award, with his trance inspired breakbeat track ‘Rise’. This was a massive turning point for Pagan, garnering attention within the Irish dance scene. Bookings came quickly from the point, with an array of headline gigs in quintessential Dublin & Galway nightclubs, while also making the leap onto the Festival circuit, playing Life Festival, Mass Festival, Higher Vision, and Yurt City all within the space of a year.
Although global lockdowns put a hold on future festival bookings, he spent the free time writing an abundance of new music, much of which has caught the ears of both DJ’s and online publications. He has already released his debut EP on Lobster Theremin’s 1Ø Pills Mate, which has gained support from Jenson Interceptor, Boston 168, Nastia, and more. His most recent EP ‘Butterfly’ comes via Cheeky Music Group’s RRRAAAVVVEEE imprint. The tracks have already seen airplay on Radio 1, featuring in Prospa’s Essential Mix, and Jaguar’s Introducing show, as well as support from Sasha, TSHA, Alan Fitzpatrick and many more.