House and Electronic Music
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Audax is an electronic pop duo composed by twin brothers Pedro and Andre Cajado from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Both musicians and DJs, the brothers always had a dream to build a solid career in music. After a period of experimentation, perfecting their style, came the opportunity of working in the studio with Latin Grammy winner producer, Renato Patriarca to produce an EP. After the recording sessions, their work attracted the attention of Brazilian multi Latin Grammy legend, Rick Bonadio. Bonadio is also the owner of Midas Studios and record label Midas Music, both in Sao Paulo. The first single "Teach Me How To Love You" was released in October 2014 by Midas Music. It was one of the most played tracks across clubs and radios in Sao Paulo. The track got remixed by British DJ and producer, Hoxton Whores. This remix was released in the UK where it got into the Top Club Chart of The Music Week Magazine. It was also on high rotation around radios in Brazil.
In 2015, during the recordings of their first album, Audax went on their first international tour. They toured UK playing five gigs in five cities, including London and Edinburgh. The most relevant of these happened at Manchester's Factory 251, the old Factory Records Headquarters.
In October 2015, together with the release of their debut album "Feel The Beat", they promoted the single "My Angel" that got aired on MTV France, MTV Germany, MTV Ireland and got radio play around independent radio stations in USA. The album features collaborations from the pop singer Priscilla Pach and hip hop artist Dubeat. The album also has a number of remixes such as one from American producer Riddler and Brazilian DJs Rafael Diefentaler and Rafael Yiapudjian.
In 2016, the group released their third single, "Feel the beat" on June. On that same semester, Cajado brothers signed a deal with the manager Michel Palazzo. Palazzo is an expert in the electronic music industry in Brazil. He's also the founder and CEO of Suicide Lemon booking agency.
At this very moment, Audax is one of the future promises of the Brazilian electronic scene. With concerts all across the country, playing together with DJs like Sam Feldt and Richard Grey and more upcoming singles. Audax wants to show their fans and the whole electronic scene that Brazil is definitely on this industry's map.