Eight years of honing his production skills certainly proves true the mantra that practice really does make perfect, at least that was the case with the uber-talented Manse. Still only in his early 20’s, the Swedish DJ is a prime talent that has swiftly risen through the ranks to become a label favourite for both Revealed and Armada.
With invaluable support already gathered from Hardwell, Armin Van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero and more, Manse has emerged as a rising talent with a penchant for exquisitely produced and infinitely danceable progressive house. After a series of excellent releases on labels such as Revealed and Armada Trice, including two tracks gracing the Beatport progressive house top ten, Manse established himself as a producer to watch in 2016, playing outstanding sets at Tomorrowland and Sunburn, on top of taking over Revealed parties at Ushuaïa during the summer months as well as a planned trip over to UK for the massive Creamfields Festival.
After his production masterclass at ADE 2015 alongside Dannic, it was clear that Manse’s talent is one that transfers into both studio and stage settings, and Manse recently began giving his fans an inside look into his production process, with a bi weekly hour long livestream from his studio - titled ‘Manse’s Midweek Mentions’. 2016 has proven to be another standout year in the studio for Manse, with a huge new remix of Hardwell’s ‘Run Wild’ alongside the electrifying ‘Back Again’ with Thomas Newson. He also exploded back onto Armada with a powerhouse remix of Armin van Buuren’s sublime ‘Freefall’, along with the exceptional club hit ‘All Around’ on Armada Trice. Simultaneously, he will continue to work under the alias of his side project ’Stasius’ producing deep house, chill out and movie score influenced music alongside his more progressive output. As Manse puts it: “I love to create any type of music that mas melodies and emotions and where I can translate my feelings.” With continuous support from heavyweights including Tiësto, for whom Manse recently did a guest mix on his infamous ‘Club Life’ show. With 4 upcoming singles on both Revealed and Armada, things are only set to get bigger and better for Sweden’s brightest upcoming talent.