On the leading edge of Asia’s electronic music scene, DJ Code began making a name for himself even before releasing an album, creating music for films such as Golden Horse Award-winning “Eternal Summer” and DJ with luxury brands for Sobranie six tour in Taiwan. His talent for remixing from Love Da Records, who released his official remix of the single “Almost Home” from Moby’s album “Innocents”.
In 2010, he debuted his first EP on beatport.com, the world’s largest DJ music store with a catalogue of over a million tracks, where his song “Buddha” rose to the top 50 downloads in the site. DJ Code released “Asia River”, which was nominated for Best Electronic Song at the Golden Indie Music Awards and later used in Golden Bell Award-winning travel show “Fun Taiwan”.
With so much strength under he belt, he's garnered further International interest, being invited to perform at the Sound of The Xity in Beijing 2013, CMW in Toronto 2014, SXSW in Texas 2016. He is the first DJ in Taiwan to be invited to Glastonbury at main stage The Blues in Bristol.
No stranger to high-profile clients, he has spun at launch parties for major brands like Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Coach, OMEGA, Aston Martin, BMW, Audi, and produced music for prominent companies like ASUS, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Samsung, Heineken and The Glenlivet . 2013 earned yet another nomination at the Golden Bell Awards for his work in an indigenous TV ad series.
His credits as a producer, and composer who specializes in fusing traditional and modern Chinese instruments with electronic beats , makes DJ Code an artistic force to be reckoned with. It is difficult to definition Code’s music into a specitice genre. His appeal as a cross-cultural artist who can appeal to a diverse audience, from music enthusiasts to trendy consumers, positions him as one of Taiwan’s top DJs.