Taelor Deitcher, better known by his stage name Felix Cartal, is a Canadian DJ and electronic dance music producer. He released his first EP Skeleton in 2009 once he signed with Dim Mak Records. Since then he has gone on to release two full-length albums, 2010's Popular Music and 2012's Different Faces and tour around the world with Wolfgang Gartner, MSTRKRFT, and Bloody Beetroots. Deitcher set the trend of collaborating with unpredictable vocalists in the dance scene such as Sebastien Grainger of Death from Above 1979, Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds and Johnny Whitney of The Blood Brothers.
|Birth name:||Taelor Deitcher|
|Born:||Apr 9, 1987|
|Origin:||New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada|
|Genres:||EDM, house, electro house|
|Occupation(s):||Producer, DJ, songwriter|
|Instruments:||Digital audio workstation, bass, piano|
|Labels:||Universal Music Group, Dim Mak|
|Associated acts:||Kaskade, Zedd, Steve Aoki, MSTRKRFT|
|Website:||Felix Cartal's Official site|
|Twitter:||Felix Cartal's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Felix Cartal's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Felix Cartal's Facebook profile|
|SoundCloud:||Felix Cartal's SoundCloud|
|iTunes:||Felix Cartal's iTunes|
About Felix Cartal
Canadian EDM producer who has won fans with dancefloor hits like "Keep Up," "New Scene" and "The Joker." He has toured the world with such big name artists as MSTRKRFT, Wolfgang Gartner and The Bloody Beatroots.
Before turning to electronic music, he played in the punk band Dysfunctional and the progressive rock band Orange Orange.
He has gained a reputation for collaborating with artists outside of the dance music realm, including Johnny Whitney of The Blood Brothers and Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds.
His real name is Taelor Deitcher.
He collaborated with Steph Jones on the song "Keep Up."
Information related to Felix Cartal
- Canadian dance musicians
- Canadian DJs
- Canadian electronic musicians
- Musicians from Vancouver