Zurra is a 24 year old Electronic Music Producer/DJ originating from Cambridge. Having only started his journey as a DJ in September 2015 when he first began studying Electronic Music Production at The Academy Of Contemporary Music, Zurra has quickly spread his name over some of the UK’s hottest line ups with his unique approach to the art of mixing, playing alongside the likes of DJ S.K.T, Chris Lorenzo, Redlight and many more. Production wise, Zurra specializes in a variety of genres in the spectrum of House music, taking influence from the bouncy grooves of Tech House and fusing it with the hard hitting nature of UK Bass Music.

His debut release 'The Dance Machine' received support from DJ’s all over the world:

"I remember hosting a release party at Thirty3Hz when 'The Dance Machine' first came out. Seeing a whole crowd of people singing along to one of my productions for the very first time honestly gave me goosebumps, and it really did help to push me in the right direction with my music. It's these moments that make all the hard work and endless hours in the studio worth it."

The past few years have been an exciting time for Zurra, playing at some of the most notorious venues in the country as well as landing the opportunity to play numerous International dates for the past two summers. His music has been receiving constant support from the best DJ's on national radio stations such as Danny Howard (BBC Radio 1) and Tough Love (Kiss FM), and has also been named "one to watch" by Mixmag following their review of his latest single, "Move Your Body".

"'Move Your Body' could be the one that allows him to break through. It's got all the right elements to start gaining some serious traction, and could even facilitate Zurra's move into the big league." - Martyn Henderson, Mixmag

As we approach the summer of 2019, Zurra is holding down a long string of shows throughout the season and into the winter months, including an overdue return to the White Isle of Ibiza.

It's safe to say, now is certainly no time to sleep on the power moves that Zurra is making.