Like every ambitious child with a musical passion, Fall began to experiment with a variety of instruments, but most commonly found himself learning to play his brother’s guitar by ear. It wasn’t long until those ears became mesmerized by the sounds that one can only find within the elusive world of electronic dance music.
As his love for trance, progressive, and house increased, the 16-year-old set his sights onto the complex, fascinating world of music production. The self-taught talent began his production endeavors with the legendary Modplug Tracker, and continuously challenged himself further, ultimately with Cubase. After a few years performing live DJ shows, and fine tuning his production skills, the budding talent saw his first and only demo, “Cubic,” released as a single on Anjunadeep in 2010. After releasing a handful of tracks, including his own Sirius XM BPM radio hit single, “Untouchable feat. Jwayden,” Tom Fall has become one of EDM’s most highly-requested remixers and producers in just a few short months. Fall has reworked tunes for a multitude of high profile artists, including Armin van Buuren, Cosmic Gate, W&W, and Morgan Page. His latest original single, “iROK,” released over the summer and became a colossal success, peaking at #22 on the Beatport Progressive House Top 100 chart. It flooded airwaves across the globe and top DJ radio shows for months, and received support by several of the industry’s top DJs, including Hardwell, Knife Party, tyDi, and Tritonal.
The constantly-evolving-producer recently received a coveted spot on Armin van Buuren’s “A State of Trance 550” event at Ministry of Sound in London. His set showcased his ability to seamlessly mesh a variety of EDM subgenres into what became one of the most widely welcomed sets of the night. After releasing a wide array of remixes in such a short amount of time, the self-proclaimed studio rat will soon begin working on his debut album, slated for release on Armada Music. Fans can expect the album to encapsulate the different sonic elements that make an original Tom Fall record unique, infectious, and memorable. Read more