Renowned for his mixing skills, Brad is a true DJ's DJ. Brad Smith is one of the pioneers of Electronic Dance Music in Florida in the early 90’s. Brad started his career in the underground Acid House and Happy Hardcore scene at WBUL in Tampa. In 1992, Brad began his club DJing career at the infamous "Rave-O-Ween" in Tampa, Florida. His roots go back almost 3 decades to Rave/Techno spinning tracks such as Eon - Spice, Human Resource - Dominator and KLF – 3am Eternal. Several years later, Brad was involved in the establishment of the sub-genre: Florida Breaks. His name is synonymous with Anthems, whether he is crafting them in the studio or catapulting a crowd into a frenzy. Brad stormed into the DJ arena 1992 and has never slowed down! Brad has also kept the same furious pace in the studio with more than 500 tracks and remixes released. From his early years as Mr. Smith (Breaks) and Praying Mantis (DnB and co-founder of Stateside collective) to his more recent works as Sleven (Tech House/Techno), Natural Born Thrillerz (Electro House, Future House, Big Room House) and Spit 'n' Blood (Dubstep). Brad has had 33 Beatport Top 100 hits in Progressive House, Electro House, House, DnB, Dubstep, Breakbeat, Glitch Hop and Psy-Trance. Brad has remixed such notables as Capital Cities (of “Safe and Sound” fame), Interglaxtix (bass player from Heart’s own band), pop sensation Right Said Fred (of "I'm Too Sexy" fame), Starkillers Beatport top charting track “Discoteka” and Salme Dahlstrom - "C'mon Yall" which can be heard on Suave TV commercials. In addition, Brad’s own track “Something You Can’t Believe” will be featured in 2015 and 2016 on the TV shows “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” and MTV’s “Catfish”. Brad owns and runs the underground label, Crescent Records; established in 1996. In 2017 and 2018, Brad had releases and remixes out on big Tech House and Techno labels: Box Of Cats, Del Sol, Furious Funk among others and it saw the rebrand of Crescent Records into a Tech House and Techno only format. With more than 19 tracks and remixes just in the first 2 months of the year, 2019 looks to be his biggest year ever! When Brad isn’t making dance music tracks for himself, he is mastering tracks for other artists, producing Rock and Alternative Rock for singers, making dance music tracks for Pop artists and making music for television shows.