Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom, otherwise known as DJ‐duo DADA LIFE, emerged from the Swedish music scene in 2010 to become a worldwide phenomenon in electronic music.
Dada Life’s popularity has exploded across the globe in the past year, inciting riots at their LA show at Avalon last fall. People took to the streets when there were simply too many people who wanted to attend than the club could handle. Bloggers after the show reported: “I even heard Dada Life was denied entrance, obviously in hindsight it was for a good reason. But you know what? Props to Dada Life for causing such a rukus by coming to Los Angeles, they deserve some points for this.”
Dada Life has enormous success on all their social media platforms. They’ve developed a Facebook fanbase of over 100,000, almost 30,000 followers on Twitter, and over 5.5 million total views on YouTube. Dada Life’s live success has expanded to the festival circuit where they’ve had show stealing sets at Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music FestIval, and beyond. The crowds for their sets have been so immense that people will camp out at their stage all day to make sure they can even see the duo when they go on.
Dada Life had the honor of opening for the world’s biggest DJ, Tiësto, on select dates around the globe during his massively successful 2009‐2010 Kaleidoscope World Tour.
Dada Life has dominated the Beatport charts with massive singles such as “White Noise / Red Meat,” “Unleash The F***ing Dada,” “Just Bleep Me (SatisfactIon),” “Happy Hands & Happy Feet,” and most recently, “Fight Club is Closed (It’s Time For Rock ‘n Roll).”
On top of their success with their own singles, Dada Life has invaded the dance floor with remixes of some of the biggest arIsts in the world. ArtIsts they’ve done remixes of include Kylie, Kaskade, MarIn Solveig, and recently Lady Gaga’s single “Born This Way.”