About

Santos Torres, better known as Monoverse, has been one of the most impressive breakthrough talents in the world of trance and progressive. Consistently releasing powerful productions with record labels such as Future Sound Of Egypt, Armada Music, Coldharbour Recordings and other imprints, Monoverse has caught and maintained the attention of the industry’s biggest names. His music is regularly found in the playlists of internationally renowned artists such as Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Aly & Fila, Gareth Emery, Cosmic Gate and many more.

Beyond his outstanding discography, the Monoverse alias can be found hosting a twice monthly mix show on Afterhours.FM, the largest trance music radio station the internet has to offer. Monoverse Radio airs on the second and fourth Monday of every month, doubling as one of the fastest growing trance podcasts. These mixes are a look into what Santos has to offer as a live act, where his background is equally impressive. From playing at massive events such as Electric Daisy Carnival, Future Sound Of Egypt at Governor’s Island and Hammerstein Ballroom to more intimate settings like New York’s famous Cielo Nightclub, Monoverse has become a versatile live performer. Time and time again he has proven his ability to control crowds during any set while sharing his personal selection of the finest dance music.

The music doesn’t stop there as Monoverse has further developed his personal style and brand in dance music by pioneering Enmotion Music, a record label conglomerate focused on releasing unique and forward thinking music. Teaming up with co-founders Kaion (Stan Arwell), Pablo Artigas and Slava V, the Enmotion brand ties together four Stateside record labels under the main label’s umbrella: Amped Artists, Reboot Recordings, Vasilek Records and Individual Identity Music. Together, the outfit provides a platform for veteran and upcoming talents alike to release music that stands the test of time.


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