Eagle I Stallian – New Music


Deeply involved in the music scene for more than 10 years, Eagle I Stallian are bringing their heavy rock experience to the electronic music world. The duo has a true love for meeting new people and an aspiration for traveling. They realized after countless rehearsals, shows and competitions that there was more to music than a single genre. In August of 2014, they performed on the main stage at Montreal’s Ile Soniq Festival, sharing the stage with Tiesto, Dillon Francis, Bingo Players & Laidback Luke. They were re-invited in 2015 to perform for the industry’s backstage after-party right after Deadmau5’s set. Having recently released their latest EP Darkness Matters onD.Max Deep and having their previous EP Searching For Frequencies supported by YourEDM.com, they toured in China in October 2015. Eagle I Stallian has left its mark on the international scene. Through 2015, they’ve had the opportunity to mix at the renowned New City Gas venue in Montreal opening up for Quintino, John Dahlback, G.T.A & R3hab. They also had the honor to open up for Anjunabeat’s very own Ilan Bluestone and Mau5trap’s Matt Lange. The remix of their latest release “Connection Made” by Max Freegrant was released on Freegrant Music and it received the support from one of the worlds biggest Trance producers Above & Beyond on their Group Therapy 159 & 160 podcasts. The track also had the support of Myon & Shane 54 on their International Departures podcast #305. Their previous track “Griffintown (I Need You)” was supported by EDM.com and also played on Virgin Radio.

Eagle I Stallian members state that “When we wrote these tracks, our mindset was set to forgetting the structures, the standards. We wanted to control the ideas without subjugating them to any rules or restrictions. That’s why we called the EP Reckless Gods. It’s all about bringing out the raw sounds, the distortion, the dirty bass and blending it with melodies that you wouldn’t find in Electro or Future House tracks while also adding a flavour of our past hard rock metal roots on the drums and bass grooves. So be came out of our comfort zone producing this EP, but we never felt so sure we were onto something awesome!”