Propelled by their uplifting electronic sound, Hungarian DJ duo Stadiumx specialize in festival-sized progressive and future house anthems similar to Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, and David Guetta. Debuting in the early 2010s, they scored their first hit with "Howl at the Moon," issuing collaborative singles and remixes in the years that followed.
In 2009, the pair — David "Dave" Nagy and Zsolt "Sully" Milichovszki — were established solo producers who met at a music conference in their hometown of Budapest. They joined up and recorded their first single, "Howl at the Moon," with Taylr Renee. The track became a platinum hit and spawned a remix collection. Stadiumx followed with "Rollerkraft," a collaboration with Muzzaik, and continued from there, releasing a steady stream of singles including 2015's "Harmony" with Nicky Romero and the official Balaton Sound 2016 anthem "Another Life." They also delivered remixes for David Guetta, Clean Bandit, Cash Cash, and Robin Schulz to balance their own output. In 2018, they hooked up with Romero again for the Matluck-assisted "Rise." That year, they also issued "Those Were the Days" and "Legend." ~ Neil Z. Yeung