Including his enormous collaborations with Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Felix Jaehn, Mike Williams, Oliver Heldens & many more.
Including performances at World Club Dome, Daydream Festival, Ministry of Sound, Magnetic Festival, Ushuaïa Ibiza, Bootshaus, Parookaville, Kingsland & more.
Mesto is coming up strong, ready to conquer the world. At the young age of 17 this Dutchman already developed massive producing and mixing skills that didn’t go unnoticed. After signing an exclusive deal with Spinnin’ Records, releasing several highly acclaimed singles (scoring millions of streams) at the renowned label, he is ready to make major musical steps globally.
After starting to play the drums at the tender age of 1, it didn’t take long for him to realize that he loves to make his own music. Mesto created an interest in deep and future house and with a little online help, he taught himself to make his own extraordinary sounds.
Mesto likes to mix up different styles to create something original with future and bouncy elements. “It’s already been said my music is some sort of ‘future bounce’. Which is a compliment – my music probably has some sort of trademark sound”, the young DJ/producer says.
Soon after, his sounds were noticed by Martin Garrix, with whom he released ‘Bouncybob’ in 2016 (alongside Justin Mylo). This tune gained more than 15 million Spotify streams. After this he kept releasing tracks on Spinnin’ Records and started to perform worldwide on national and international festivals and clubs like Daydream Festival (CN), Ministry of Sound (UK), Mad Club Lausanne and many more.
2018 kicked off very well with a collab with the one and only Tiësto! ‘Coming Home’ received a lot of support from David Guetta, Fedde le Grand, Firebeatz, Lucas & Steve and performs pretty well on Spotify.
After his collab with Tiësto, Mesto kept on releasing tracks like ‘Save Me’ with Jay Hardway, ‘Give Me Love’ and ‘Wait Another Day’ with Mike Williams, which became Dance Smash on Dutch national radio station 538, as well as receiving widespread DJ support.
With ‘Leyla’ being released in the beginning of 2019, Mesto surprised everyone with this very catchy pop song. It received many support and it showed another musical side of Mesto. After this, he released his second collab with Tiësto called ‘Can’t Get Enough’ on Musical Freedom which was a new highlight again.
This combined with a full tour schedule, Mesto had a very busy summer, playing all over the world at festivals like Dance Valley, Sunrise Festival, World Club Dome, New Horizons among many more.
During the last part of 2019, many beautiful things are coming up like his own ADE event at the Jimmy Woo and his Under 18 event at the Maïa, many international shows and some great collaborations with worldwide known artists.
In 2020 Mesto teamed up with no one else than Aloe Blacc with “Don’t Worry” and finally released the long-awaited collab “Long Time” with Brooks which was got great support by many artists all over the world!
Followed up by his single “Looking Back” on Spinnin’ Records and his collab “When We’re Gone” with Justin Mylo on Martin Garrix’ imprint STMPD, Mesto showed again his musical diversity!
With a lot of new music coming up for 2021 and being back on the road again, Mesto is more than ready to share his new songs with you, to start with his collab with his friend Dastic, called “Don’t Wait”, which will be released on Spinnin’Records!